Fischer D27 milling headClick image to enlarge

Fischer will showcase its D27 milling head at IMTS 2022, paired with the brand’s newest technology for high-volume material removal.

The D27 will be featured in combination with Fischer’s MFW-2714/20 HSK-100 spindle type. Fischer says this combination milling head-milling spindle provides maximum stability and precision for aerospace and other five axis machining operations. 

Features include:

  • Powerful, heavy milling while maintaining accuracy and repeatability requires perfect rotation in not only the spindle but also the milling head. This is achieved by precisely calculated mono-block structures made of high-grade cast iron paired with two cross-roller bearings for A axis and YRT for C axis providing the load capacity required to handle the cutting forces in all directions during power milling.
  • The D27 milling head is designed for the most powerful, as well as long-tooled, milling applications. With high power and torque output, the D27 maintains its symmetric outline while being dynamic and robust. To ensure accuracy and repeatability, the unit incorporates direct optical encoders, dual motors and dual clamps on the A axis. The D27 milling head is designed to utilize the maximum power and torque capacity of Fischer’s 275 mm spindles for aggressive chip removal.
  • New spindle design: Paired with the D27 is the spindle type MFW-2714/20 HSK-100, raising the bar for highest-volume chip removal. The unit offers machine builders and end users a robust HSK-100 interface, max speed of 20,000 rpm and an S1 continuous power rating of 200kW.

Fischer’s exhibit will be themed “Technology Leader with Perfect Rotation.” Fischer will be at Booth 237470 in the North Building, Level 3. IMTS 2022 takes place in Chicago September 12-17.

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