MTM Sub-spindle Transfer on Daewoo Puma MX3000S

November 6, 2009 12:55 pm

This video was provided by Paul Precision Machine (Tulsa, OK) who reduced their production time on a natural gas compressor part by two-thirds by programming with GibbsCAM (MTM) Multi—Task Machining (www.GibbsCAM.com). Parts went from four operations performed on three machines to a single-machine operation on the Daewoo. The cylinder head starts as stock of 65-45-12 ductile cast iron. It is then turned, bored, drilled, tapped on the main spindle, and transferred to the sub-spindle, where the other side is turned and bored. Because the MX3000S can mill at angles, it mills the angled flats with a 3” (76-mm) face mill, and the part comes off the machine complete.

This video is presented courtesy of Paul Precision Machine, Inc.

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