GROB Systems introduces new universal machining centre

AMSept20Products - GROB
AMSept20Products - GROB

GROB Systems, a leader in the development of manufacturing systems and machine tools, has announced the availability of its new universal machining centre, the G150, rounding out the company’s universal machining centre range of products.

The modular G-series system has continually set the bar for productivity and process safety. GROB will present the G150 at its virtual open house taking place from 5-10 October 2020.

The G150 is optimally positioned for the precision engineering, medical technology, mould and die, mechanical engineering and aerospace industries as the only horizontal 5-axis machining centre in its class.

During the development of the G150, particular emphasis was placed on spatial accuracy to achieve excellent surface finishes and the highest form and position tolerances. In addition, accuracy for machining complex, high-precision components was also a main focus.

As part of the G-series, the G150 features a rigid 5-axis horizontal design with capabilities to invert the table and machine upside down for optimal chip evacuation. The ergonomic design is suited for shops and automation integration with easy access to the work area. New additions to the modular options system are the HSK E40 spindle with up to 42,000rpm and a compact table with central clamping. This makes the G150 particularly appealing for application areas such as medical technologies, with smaller parts and smaller tools.

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