The Hyperturn 200 Powermill milling-turning centre from Emco is designed for complete precision machining of large workpieces up to 1,000 mm in turning diameter and for lengths up to 6,000 mm, workpiece weight of 1,500 kg in the chuck, and up to 6,000 kg between the chuck and the tailstock.
The main spindle is designed for heavy cutting with a maximum torque of 6,410 Nm and 84 kW. the machine can process large, complex work pieces in general machining, aerospace, shipbuilding, power engineering and the production of shafts for diesel engines.
The moving column is built in a “Box-in-Box” ram construction, assuring optimum rigidity and stability for machining with a high level of accuracy. The B axis is equipped with a torque motor and integrated into the ram design. The cross slides consist of a welded steel construction with high torsional and bending stiffness, a crucial factor for the quality of the turning and milling.
The machine features a turning spindle with 84 kW, 6,400 Nm torque, milling spindle with 80 kW at 700 Nm, and can be equipped with two different milling spindles. The basic machine is equipped with a high torque milling spindle, 430/630 NM at 6,500 rpm, and an optional a high speed milling spindle (10,000 rpm / 230/340 nm) is available for the special machining of light metal alloys, and aluminum. The tailstock can be expanded with a counter spindle with the same specifications as the main spindle.
The basic machine provides 50 tool positions at the front; 100 and 200 positions are also an option, available either with an HSK 100 or Capto C8 connector. Other adjustments are in the number of NC steady rests that can be used, five axis simultaneous machining, automatic tool presets and work piece measurement sensors and a boring bar pick-up system.
The HT 200 Powermill is equipped with a Siemens 840D sl including Shop-Turn, which is successfully used in the other models from the Hyperturn range. Users can use the EMCO CPS Pilot system for the 1: 1 virtual machine as well as 100 per cent simulation of the machining with collision detection.