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24340

MICRO Miller FF 500/CNC

NO 24340

Thanks to CNC control of 3 tool axes machining of steel and non-ferrous metals is possible in all dimensions. This also applies to larger work pieces. Made in Europe!

Axes drive with recirculating ball spindles (no backlash) and powerful step motors. Solid, flat-milled compound table in steel with 3 continuous T-slots for size 8 standard T-nuts. Base in vibration-damping cast steel. Stable column with dovetail sideway. Milling head can be pivoted to the left and right by 90┬░, with powerful, quiet and shock-free running condenser motor. Poly V-belt drive for 6 spindle speeds (180 - 2,500/min). Additional sleeve feed (30 mm) using drilling lever with scale ring (1 graduation line = 1 mm). Work piece fixing using steel collets.

Complete with CNC control unit, CNC programme software, all connecting cables, one each steel collets 6 - 8 - 10 and 12 mm and detailed manual.

Note:
Since the mechanical design of the FF 500/CNC is almost identical to the FF 500, the accessories supplied for it can be used without restriction.

The control unit as an interface between the CAD software and the CNC controlled lathe.

The CNC control unit is the interface between the PC with CAD/CAM software and the CNC miller. Data transfer from the PC takes place using an RS232 interface. Microprocessors control the stepped motors on the 3 axial drives and the milling spindle drive. Two freely usable output relays provide additional facilities (e.g. control of cooling device or signal display). Including connection cables with suitable plugs and built-in power supply for connection to 220 - 240 V.

Note:
PC or laptop are not part of the scope of delivery. Minimum requirements for the hardware: Pentium processor with 400 MHz frequency (or comparable), high-quality graphic card (64 MB RAM) and at least 40 MB free hard disc storage.


Simple creation of workpiece geometry

The CAD window is displayed when the programme starts. The workpiece contour is created in the familiar Windows® environment. Numerous auxiliary aids help during programme operation, which supports both coordinate entry (absolute and relative) in addition to mouse use. Read-in of existing files in standard file formats (e.g. .dxf or .hpgl) is possible.
Technology information is allocated to every drawing element. This makes, for example, different processing speeds and manual tool replacement possible.

Automatic CAM data creation
When the workpiece drawing is complete, it is converted into the machine command set (DIN/ISO 66025) by mouse click. Processing can now begin. The command set can also be manually edited or exported. Conversely, the system allows the import or user-writing of datasets.