Design – The Moment Matters
Smart phones, tablets or PCs are subject to short production cycles. No sooner than one is the proud owner of a new gadget, and its successor is already in the shops. Style and design are critical factors. Shiny surfaces make the smallest dimensional deviation visible. The accuracy and finish achievable during production are crucial!
Non-Stop to the Target
The cost-effectiveness of the milling process is determined by the material removal rate and the process accuracy of the production plant. This requires compact milling spindles of the utmost quality, precision, and performance parameters. Nowadays, for chipping, FISCHER spindles with 125/150 kW of shaft power are realized with the HSK63 interface, while the 150/175 kW versions come with the HSK 100 interface.
Extreme Reliability for Stop-and-Go Operation
The automobile industry uses many milling spindles throughout its interlinked machining centers. Typical applications include the machining of gearbox housings, engine blocks, and cylinder heads, among others. A continuous stop-start operation with multiple tool changes each minute demands that the spindle accelerates and brakes quickly for short tool-change cycle times. The multitude of differing drilling and milling operations require optimal axial and radial rigidity of the spindle, while 365-day, around-the-clock operation demands spindle systems of the very highest reliability.
MRR Material Removal Rate
The aerospace industry primarily mills filigree fin components from aluminum with a material removal rate of up to 98 percent. The cost-effectiveness of the milling process is determined by the material removal rate (MRR) of the milling machine. The milling spindle is the most heavily used machine element and it deserves the greatest attention. In addition, the material removal rate is essential to the high profitability of this industrial sector. Likewise, machine availability – 24 hours a day, preferably 365 days a year – is paramount: dependability matters.
Like a Swiss Watch – Spindles for Precision and Reliability
These are also exactly the specifications demanded of machining spindles. Machining depends on the smallest tools, high rotation speeds, and the utmost precision. To create the finest threads, an exact position resolution of the spindle rotor bearing is required – only this way can the feed axis of the machine work together with the spindle, like clockwork.