1000 mm swing over bed with distances between centers from 1500 up to 7500mm
The new FTM 1000 CNC slant bed lathe has a heavy duty 60° inclined bed with 70° column. The swing over bed is 1000 mm with distance between centers from 1500 up to 7500mm. The machine is equipped with a Siemens 840 D SL CNC system with Shopturn application for turning and milling.
In standard execution there is a heavy duty spindle with bore of 140 mm on FTM 1000 and 220 mm on FTM 1000A. The machine can be equipped with different hydraulic power chucks. Driven tools are optionally available on a standard 12-position toolturret (VDI 60).
In combination with the continuous C-axis, the machine can carry out complicated milling, drilling and tapping operations. For working on long boring bars, as a special option, there's also a 9 position tool disc available which is working with the standard tool turret. On the disc there are 6 positions of VDI60 (static or driven tools) and 3 positions for tool holders according to DIN69881.
- C - axis positioning: the spindle is driven by main motor, with hydraulic brake on spindle, spindle encoder for positioning every position (+/- 0,05º).
- Y - axis - two types possible: - integrated with machine with stroke ± 200mm, - integrated with Sauter tool turret with stroke ± 80 mm.
- B - axis The axes are driven with servomotors through ball screw drives, utilizing roller guideways in X and Y axes for high speed movement and slide ways where high stiffness is needed. The ball screws are driven by brushless motor, toothed belt reduction unit and preloaded nuts.
- The massive tailstock is positioned with the saddle with hydraulic clamp/unclamp and hook-up operation (hydraulic live quill is standard). Programmable tailstock with separate drive system is an option. The design of tailstock provides also easy setting and high stiffness.
|Swing over bed
|Swing over saddle
|Distance between centers
(other length on request)
||1500 – 2500 – 3500 – 4500 –
5500 – 6500 – 7500
|Max weight between centers
|Top spindle speed
|Main drive power
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