CNC 12-axis machining centre, designed to perform milling, drilling and cutting operations aluminium and light alloys in general. QUADRA L1 is made up of an automatic magazine and a thrust feed system for profi les sized up to 7500 mm complete with profi le clamping gripper drive. Due to the movement of the collet, the feeder returns to its initial position thus allowing the loader to prepare the next profi le at the same time. In the central part are situated the milling module and the cutting module. The CNC 4-axis milling module is equipped with 4 up to 6 electrospindles and enables the whole contour of the workpiece to be machined, however it is oriented. The CNC 3-axis cutting module is made up of a Ø 600 mm blade, with down stroking movement. QUADRA L1 also comprises an automatic outfeed unit leading from the cutting unit to the unloading magazine. The unit is made up of a magazine with transverse belts for unloading machined workpieces with a length of up to 4000 mm (7500 mm optional). The machining unit can be fi tted with a cabin (optional) soundproofi ng the central operational part, which not only protects the operator but also reduces the acoustic impact on the environment.
Loading and unloading on the same side
QUADRA is fitted with an exclusive turntable system on which 4 to 6 work units interpolated on 4 axes can operate at the same time: X, Y, Z, A (360° slewing around the axis of the bar). The high-frequency electrospindles are air-cooled, and include an ER 32 toolholder with power up to 5.6 kW in S1. Each unit is equipped with a work area disengagement system by means of a slide on recirculating ball shoes.
Belt magazine to load large capacity profiles, available in a basic version for bars that do not exceed 60 kg and in an optional reinforced version for bars up to 120 kg. Max bar length: 7.5 m. In certain conditions, the profiles can be loaded while the machine is working, with respect to the positioning system. If necessary, during loading and unloading, an optional tilting system can automatically rotate the workpiece by 90°.
The industrial label printer allows each cut profile to be identified with identifying features from the cutting list. In addition, barcode printing enables easy identification of the profile itself, which is particularly useful for subsequent machining steps on Machining Centres or assisted assembly lines.