Engineered for Lathe Machines: The M8V redefines the benchmark for process stability and user-friendliness.
– The Mitsubishi Electric CNC Engineering Team
Vibration Cutting Control
The vibrations of an axis in the machining cycle enable continuous and adjustable interruption of the tool cut. It leads to chip breaking and ensures a stable process. Tool wear decreases significantly.
Pioneering dialog programming for creating program codes even without DIN ISO knowledge. Each data entry is checked visually. Thus helps to avoid errors.
The function of speed superimposition by a second spindle enables several work steps in one (e.g. drilling and finishing). Different meshing speeds can be realized through the superimposition. This significantly reduces the cycle time.
With newly developed drive systems, path errors that occur due to delays in communication to the servo motors are compensated. This results in higher accuracy while reducing machining time.
Improved algorithms independently correct the tool path movement and compensate CAM programming inconsistencies. The result is a smoother surface combined with a shorter machining time.
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