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New England Tool Corporation
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SG-42

The New Fixed Head CNC Automatic Lathe

This new machine is lanuched for parts up to Ø 42 mm.
This machine has 6 axes and a 11kW main spindle motor. Further, main and sub spindle are both equipped with C-axis.

High functionality, high precision and high productivity are only some of her excellent attributes.

Other advantages:

  • Reduced tool selection time achieved by the turret tool post with Y-axis
  • Rigid base and tool post ensure continuous machining with stable accurancy over long periods of time
  • The built-in spindle allows highly accurate indexing

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Tool kinematics

sb16e kinematik

Specifications SG-42

Max. machining diameter Ø 42 mm (1-21/32 in)
Max. machining length Bar diameter x 2.5 (Max. 100 mm)
Turret tool post 10 station turret
Number of tools 1 tool / station (20 mm)
Max. 2 tools / station (16 mm)
Sleeve holder Number of tools Max. 3 tools/ station
Max. drilling capacity Ø 23 mm (29/32 in)
Max. tapping capacity M12 x P1.75
Power driven att. Number of tools Max. 2 tools/ station
Max. drilling capacity Ø 10 mm (25/64 in)
Max. tapping capacity M8 x P1.25
Main spindle indexing angle C-axis control
Main spindle speed Max. 7,000 min-1
Main spindle motor 7.5 kw (continuous) / 11 kw (10 min / 25% ED)
Power driven att. spindle speed Max. 5,700 min-1
Power driven att. drive motor 2.7 kw (continuous) / 4.0 kw (5 min / 30% ED)
Coolant tank capacity 245 L
Dimensions (W x D x H) 2,615 x 1,430 x 1,700 mm
Center height 1,100 mm (3.61 ft) (including leveling pads)
Weight 3,050 kg
Power consumption 7.8 KVA
 

Backworking attachment SG-42

Max. chucking diameter Ø 42 mm (1-21/32 in)
Max. pick-up part length 100 mm (4)
Max. part projection length 75 mm (2-15/16 in)
Max. part insertion length 100 mm (4)
Sub spindle indexing angle C-axis control
Sub spindle speed Max. 7,000 min-1
Sub spindle motor 5.5 kw(continuous) /7.5 kw (10 min / 40% ED)

* Specifications are subject to change

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