Itasca, IL – Sugino Corp. introduces the latest advancement in their widely successful Selfeeder line, the MS7 Mechatric. The MS7 delivers a dramatic increase in the depth and diameter of drilled holes in ferrous and non ferrous metals with the same accuracy and repeatability that the Sugino Selfeeder is known for.
Featuring a powerful 3.7kW spindle motor and 7,800N thrust, the MS7 is capable of facing, end-milling, drilling 28mm diameter holes in steel and up to 32mm holes in cast iron while achieving tight tolerances. With its long 200mm stroke and maximum cutting speed of 16.7mm/sec the MS7 brings heavy duty material removal into Sugino‚â€™s realm of cost effective high speed machining. Its servo feed motor with infinite control capability allows the MS7 to perform in a wide range of variable feed applications including: slower enter feeds, pecking in deep holes, and reduced exit speeds to reduce burrs. The drilling unit comes complete with the servo motor CNC controller which allows programming from a programming console, touch panel or a personal PC.
The MS7 is particularly effective at producing high volume work for a lower cost per hole vs. expensive machine tools. Greater machine flexibility is also achieved by incorporating Sugino‚â€™s innovative Multi-Spindle heads, which maximize productivity while cutting your net cost per hole. The compact 17‚â€ x 41‚â€ footprint conveniently fits into tight spaces on your production line, allowing you to generate more money per square foot in your facility.
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