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Model:   WHQ-105CNC
Machine Type:  


Year of Mfg.:   2003
Condition:   Good Condition   
Value New:   $ 675,000
Price:   $ 285,500 USD     (Convert)
Financing: $ 5,674 National Capital Leasing
Region:   SOUTHEAST (Click for Regional Map)
EXF #:   VQ-010166  
Description:   (view full)

TOS WHQ-105CNC Horizontal Boring Mill


  Table Dimensions:  55" x 55"  Rotary

  Table Capacity:  11,000 lbs

  Width of T-slots 22 H8 mm

  Spindle Diameter:  4.1"  

  Spindle Taper:  50 ISO  

  Tool Shank:  69871 DIN 

  Clamping Adapter: Screw 4100793 TOS    

  Spindle Speed Range:  10 – 4000 RPM

     - X-Axis (Cross Table):  70.8"  
     - Y-Axis (Vertical):  49.2"  
     - Z-Axis (Table Longitudinal):  49.2"  
     - W-Axis (Spindle):  24.8"  
     - B-Axis (Rotation):   2 RPM

  Rapid Traverse (X,Y, and Z):  393.7 IPM

  Rapid Traverse (W):  315 IPM

  Feed Rates (X,Y, Z and W):  196.8 IPM

  Spindle Motor:  28 kW HP

  Constant Torque (S1/S6-40%):   919/1148 Nm  

Equipped with:

  CNC control with LCD monitor

  Siemens drives and motors

  Powered Axes

  Heidenhain handwheel

  Lubrication system

    Special Note: SOLD
    Written By: Dale Granger  
    *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.

    Horizontal boring mills come in two types - Floor type and table type.  Both will have a spindle that moves towards the part on a plane horizontal to the floor.  Most modern table type boring mills will be smaller tables with less weight capacity, but may have a rotation axis that allows them to turn and index like a lazy susan.  These are what the workpiece is fixed to.  Floor types are generally for larger pieces.  Some of them can run on rails that take up a whole room.

    Another type of boring mill is the vertical boring mill, which is generally the same thing as a vertical turret lathe.  The difference is that the whole base of the machine will normally function like a chuck, rotating the part fixed to it to be turned (or machined in more modern CNC machines) and cut.

    CNC Horizontal and Vertical boring mills cost more money, but has modern controls and programming.  The pricing difference can be enormous and will often not be justifiable if the customer is not a production or very high margin shop.  If manual, do they need a D.R.O. (Digital Read Out)- a DRO shows the position and if so, 3 or 4 axis?