Vertical Machining Centers
Stealth 965 | Box Way Vertical Machining Center
The Stealth 965 is a high-speed vertical machining center that features four Y-axis box guideways, a Meehanite cast iron base, and powerful drive motors on the X, Y and Z axes. Ideal for job shop applications, the Stealth is as efficient as it is accurate. To see the other Stealth Series Machines click here.
Pallet Size (in): 43.3 × 25.6
Loading Capacity (lb.): 1,985
Travel (X,Y,Z) (in): 35.4/ 25.6/ 23.6
Spindle Speed (RPM): 6,000 ( Optional 8,000 or 12,000) | CAT40 / CAT50
Rapid Traverse (X,Y,Z) (ipm): 1,181
Number of Tools: 24 Standard
AQ850 | Linear Guide Vertical Machining Center
The AQ850 is a high-speed vertical machining center featuring cylindrical roller guides, a Meehanite cast iron base, and a high-performance spindle. This machine maximizes cutting performance with rigid cuts and a powerful spindle. To see the other AQ Series Machines click here.
Pallet Size (in): 39.4 x 20.1
Loading Capacity (lb.): 1,320
Travel (X,Y,Z) (in): 31.5/ 20.1/ 20.1
Spindle Speed (RPM): 15,000| CAT40
Rapid Traverse (X,Y,Z) (ipm): 1,889/ 1,889/ 1,417
Number of Tools: 32 Standard | 40 Optional
UQ400 | Multi-Axis Vertical Machining Center
The UQ400 is a high speed 4+1 axes VMC utilizing Wele-designed backlash elimination system on the trunnion table for high precision machining. To see the other UQ Series Machines click here.
Pallet Size (in): 15.75 x 11.81
Loading Capacity (lb.): 440
Travel (X,Y,Z) (in): 15.75/ 25.59/ 19.09
Spindle Speed (RPM): Direct Drive 12,000 | BT40
Rapid Traverse (X,Y,Z) (ipm): 1,417/ 944/ 393
Rapid Traverse (A,C) (rpm): 20/27
Number of Tools: 24
*All information subject to change depending on machine.
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