11 kW power in S1; liquid cooling;
MAX speed 24,000 rpm; HSK-63F tool holder cone
Sliding door for easy access;
Integrated fume extractor (optional);
Swarf and scrap conveying system;
Operator/machine interaction with LED indicators;
8 as standard on 7,800 mm version (max. 12)
and 10 on 10,500 mm version (max. 14);
Fast and accurate positioning, controlled by CNC;
Fully retractable pneumatically-controlled
workpiece reference stop;
Independent servomotor (SATELLITE XLEI only);
|01> The vice unit can ensure the correct, safe and fast clamping of large profiles and does not require tools for its geometric adjustments. Each unit slides on linear guides on machine surface. The motorized vices, each equipped with its own motor, can be positioned independently in the work area. In dynamic double machining mode, the CNC simultaneously manages the movement of the vices and of the mobile gantry in the two separate work areas, thus allows significant increases in productivity. Using absolute reference axes allows reducing the initialisation time required every time the machine is restarted.
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|01› MOTORIZED VICES (optional)
Market: The traditional model SATELLITE XL, currently on the market, required a general renewal to meet the industry standards for 5-axis machines. Actions were taken for the following major limitations: blade diameter of only 340mm, 10kW power of the electrospindle with limited performance compared to the market, first-generation software functions, outdated user interface.
Evolution of the SATELLITE XL range based on the guidelines derived from the experience with SATELLITE XTE.
The new local guarding cab, which recalls the same Look & Feel as SATELLITE XTE, has been designed to offer optimal functionality, accessibility and lighting while fulfilling safety and ergonomics requirements.
The electrospindle with 11 kW power in S1, with HSK-63F tool holder allows performing machining operations, even heavy-duty ones, with optimal results in terms of speed and accuracy during milling, drilling and threading of large bars made of aluminium, light alloys and steel.
The new magazine houses 18 tools; a second special magazine houses a blade with 450 mm Ø. The compact clamps, which can be adjusted without any tool and optionally motorised for independent positioning, allow reducing machining time. The new retractable stops disengage the area in case of machining on the profile heads.
|02> The local guarding cabin has been designed to offer optimal functionality, accessibility, soundproofing and lighting while fulfilling safety and ergonomics requirements. The innovative and refined design makes the machine unique and unmistakeable. The large glass windows allow the operator to easily and safely control the execution of the machining operations. Cabin internal structure optimises the conveying of swarf and scraps to the base, housing the conveyor belt, thus simplifying the maintenance and cleaning phases on all delicate parts. The exhauster, optionally integrated in the cabin, allows dedicated extraction of machining fumes.
|03› TOOL MAGAZINE
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|03> The 18-place toolholder magazine is installed directly on machine gantry; its rear position, in a dedicated area, ensures maximum protection from machining swarf. The rotary base magazine provides maximum reliability, quiet operation and cycle optimisation. A milling disc with a diameter of 250 mm can be housed in the toolholder magazine. This tool allows, thanks to maximum speed, safety and accuracy, performing compound cuts, straight cuts, end milling and trimming operations.
|05> The optional cut-and-separate feature allows obtaining several machined and separated profiles from a single bar, avoiding the need to cut the different pieces in advance. The large cutting capacity of the blade unit allows separation cuts on large profiles. The machine can be equipped with a label printer to optimise profile management in the following phases.
|05› CUT AND SEPARATION (optional)
|04› BLADE MAGAZINE
|04> The blade tool, with a maximum diameter of 450 mm, is housed in a dedicated magazine separate from the other tools. It is equipped with HSK-63F toolholder and can work by exploiting the 5 interpolated axes of the electric head to section the workpiece. By means of a suitable optional software, it allows cutting and separation directly from the unmachined bar.