Modular Machining Systems | Production Line Machine Stations
DLFn | Modular Machining System
This completely innovative approach to flexible machining allows for the convenient changeover or addition of modules with turning, milling, measuring, deburring, in a single set up. In total, up to 10 modules can be combined to form a production line, occupying less than half the space of a conventional machining line.
Base Module: 17.72" x 2 modules
Base Module Pull-Out Distance: 27.56" to Front Area
Max Part Size: ø11.81
Max Swing: ø12.2"
Spindle Diameter: ø3.94"
Spindle Speed: 4000rpm
Slide Stroke: X-Axis: 7.87" Z-Axis: 9.06"
Rapid Traverse: X/Z axis: .001mm
TN Series | Modular Machining System
Modular Box Way machine with 1 spindle, high speed indexing turret and gantry robot. 8"-10" Chucks.
Spindle Diameter: Starting at 3.9" through 4.7"
Spindle Speed: Starting at 2220rpm through 4000rpm
X-Axis Slide Stroke: Starting at 8.1" through 10.4"
Z-Axis Slide Stroke: Starting at 15.2" through 18.3"
Feed Motor X/Y-Axis: Starting at 1.6" through 2.4"
Turret: Starting at 10-Position through 12-Position
*All information subject to change depending on machine.
Working with the MAM is simple, it's a quick set up, east to train, reliable, & can run lights out......it's the right amount of what you want.
Andy Elliot, 5-axis lead engineer, Machine Sciences
When I need equipment, I just call Selway and tell them what I need. Selway Machine brings it in and installs it. They give us great service.
Max Gurth, Discflo Corporation
The question for us was, which is better, more machines or more pallets? To answer the question we turned to Selway Machine Tool Company for help.
Allen Sumian, President, True Position Technologies
I have to say, you brought your 'A' game today. I know you guys feel the pressure from the customers directly but believe me, we on the Service Engineer side feel the heat from the top down here when it gets high profile like this one at Killer Innovations.... It just takes a bit of thought to process the possibilities and you did this, thank you!
Andrew Green, Haas Service Engineer