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SOUTHWESTERN TRAK VERTICAL MACHINING CENTER



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Dale Granger
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Tony Cornacchione ext.432
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Brand:  

SOUTHWESTERN

Model:   TRAK
Machine Type:  

VERTICAL MACHINING CENTER

Year of Mfg.:   1995
Condition:   Good Condition   
Elect./Voltage:  
Value New:   $ 30,000
Price:   Please call     (Convert)
Region:   MIDWEST (Click for Regional Map)
EXF #:   MQ-011423  
Description:   (view full)

Southwestern Industries Trak CNC Knee Mill

Specifications:

  Table size:  50" x 10"

  Max. table weight:  1,320 Lbs.

  X-Axis travel: 30"

  Y-Axis travel:  17"

  Quill travel (Z-Axis):  5"

  Vertical head travel:  23.5"

  Spindle taper:  40 NST

  Spindle nose to table top:  0 - 24"

  Head swivel:  90° left or right

  Spindle speed:  4,200 RPM

  Quill feeds (3): 0.002", 0.004", 0.006" per Rev.

  Spindle motor:  3 HP

  Machine dimensions (approx.):  69" x 64" x 95"

  Machine weight:  4,100 Lbs.

Equipped with:

  ProtoTrak MX2 2-Axis CNC control

  Remote switch

  Hardened and ground box ways

  Precision ball screws

  One shot lube
 

    Special Note:
    Comment:
    Written By: Nick Lange  
    *Dimensions:Available from product manager
    *Weight:Please call
    *Dimensions & Weight data are based on 3rd party information and could be incorrect; please verify & confirm if accurate dimensions & weight are required.

    Vertical Machining Centers (VMC) are versatile CNC mills with a vertically oriented spindle on the Z-Axis over the work table.  One of the most common types of CNC machines, they are used in the production of a wide variety of parts.  Automatic tool changers allow for the use of different types of tooling while in operation.  Some machines are better suited to machining certain materials- Cutting soft metal like aluminum may call for a machining center that features a higher speed (RPM) spindle, while harder metals may be suited for a geared machine running with lower RPM and higher torque, and possibly with a larger spindle taper (CAT 50 or BT 50 instead of CAT 40 or BT 40, for example). Many vertical machining centers are also equipped with 4th Axis and even 5th Axis capability in the form of add on rotary tables and trunnions for positioning purposes.  Other common features include probes to increase accuracy and efficiency and through the spindle coolant (TSC) to better handle removal of chips in deep holes than flood coolant.