High quality factory cnc parts spares for Vancouver Manufacturers

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 cnc parts spares for Vancouver Manufacturers

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    Equipped With
    Complete coolant system, Full coverage Chip & Coolant Guard
    Work light, One set of Manuals, Active vibration control
    Intelligent Thermal shield & Intelligent Safety Shield
    Mazak voice adviser, Virtual Machining
    Intelligent Performance Spindle A & Intelligent Maintenance Support
    One set of adjusting tools, The safety measures on worldwide level
    Standard tooling package (lower turret)
    Mazatrol Matrix 2 control, 19″ Color LCD
    8″ Thru-Hole Chuck B-20A615 (1st Spindle) & 8″ Thru-Hole Chuck B-208A (2nd spindle)
    Power transformer for other markets
    1st Spindle Motor AC 22Kw (30 HP)
    2nd Spindle Motor AC 18.5 Kw (25 HP) 1st & 2nd Spindle Speed 5000 RPM
    Lower 9 Position Drum Turret, 36 HS-Tool Magazine (required tool)
    Rotary-Tool Spindle speed 12,000 RPM
    C-Axis 0.0001 Degree Inc. (1st spindle)
    2nd Spindle Position 0.001 Deg W/O C-Axis
    Y-Axis Control
    B-Axis 0.001 deg Centering (Req.EIA/ISO)
    1st Spindle bore dia 76mm (3″)
    Auto chuck Jaws open/close (1&2 Spindle)
    Chuck Open/Close confirm, (1 & 2 Spindle)
    Chuck Air blast (2nd spindle), Absolute positioning Sys (linear Axes)
    X,Y,Z Pitch error compensation input, EIA 1st Spindle &Mill Spdl Simul. Rotation
    Coolers for Ball Screw (X-Axis)
    Roller Guides, Coolant Through milling head (up-turret)
    1 kg Flood coolant (lower turret), 5 KG thru/flood coolant (upper turret)
    Operator door interlock with lock-switch
    Prep for Chip conveyor (side hinge)
    User macro (Common variables: 600 Pairs)
    Mazak Tapping/Boring Tornado (EIA/ISO)
    EIA/ISO Code Input Function (Standard), Add. EIA/ISO Functions (Req. EIA/ISO)
    Inverse time feed, Sequence number comparison stop function
    3-D Coordinate conversion
    B Mazacc-2D Software (Shape compensation)
    Add. Workpiece coordinate system 300-Pairs, Thread Cutting Function
    Polar coordinates input (EIA)
    Optional Equipment:

    Double foot switch (1st & 2nd spindle), 2nd spdl C-Axis Sync (fact install only)
    Tool eye (auto) for Upper & Lower Turret
    Chip Conveyor side disposal (hinge)1500U
    Signal tower (3 colors lights, squares)
    EIA Dynamic compensation 1,
    B)Shape compensation for Rotary Axes
    B)Cylindrical & Polar coordinate (Eia),
    B)Milling-Spindle Synchronous Tapping
    F)Tool radius compensation/5-Axis Simult.
    F)Tool tip point control simult. 5 axes
    70 KG thrugh/5K flood coolant (upper turret) (Include coolant temperature control)
    72 HSk-tool magazine (required tool)
    Preparation for Multi & Flash Tool Sys
    D)Mazacc-3D High Speed software package
    Mazak monitoring system B (RPM60) Renishaw
    Matrix Cam (MT) (Cam Card + Software)
    Barfeeder interface kit
    Tail center attachment (lower turret) 2 units Hobbing function w/o tooling Matrix Cam Compact flash card I/F + USB I/F (1 port) Auto parts catcher (D:65 X L:120 X 2.5 KG) w/Ejector (Including conveyor) Max. Program Size 8MB (960 programs) Laser tool NC4 by Renishaw 2nd spindle through spindle (bor B-208) Scale feed back (X,Y-Axis Upper Turret) Scale feedback (Z-Axis 1500mm Upper turret

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