Spark Ti 1400
The Spark Ti 1400 is a travelling column machining center which has been optimized for multitasking operations on aeronautic engine components. The good dynamics and the extreme accuracy are the trade marks of this machining center. Excellent performances are guaranteed in finishing operations with 5 axes both with regard to the milling and turning of workpieces with a maximum swing of 1400 mm.
There are numerous solutions which can be adopted both in the milling configuration as well as in the multitasking configuration which is also dedicated to turning operations. However, in both cases the tables available are firmly fixed to the base to guarantee very stable machining, above all, during the turning operations. Due to the absence of backlash on the rotating axes, an excellent quality of the workpiece surface is obtained. The layout is compact and essential designed to reduce floor space and to facilitate maintenance interventions.
The 3D measuring proble available on our HMCs is very compact and can be employed in the hardest working conditions. It is automatjically loaded by the tool magazine where it is housed and its efficient radio transmission system guarantees the work-piece geometrical data to be transmitted fast to the NC.
Facing Head System
It is our application concerning the 5th axis facing head. On the top side of the head it is also available an NC-controlled motorization transferring the movement to the sliding bars. The motorized heads are automatically loaded from the tool magazine.
A head extension for turning internal operations, thanks to which it is possible to reach a 600 mm depth, is applied onto the head with a fast and reliable automatic change. It is also possible to have the automatic tool change directly on the head.
Tool Integrity Control
It is a direct contact tool integrity sensor mounted on the rack tool magazine which allows tools to be controlled in concealed time.
Air filter extractors
It is the aspiration system extracting the fumes generated by the pressurized coolant. The aspiration occurs inside the HMC box and it is extremely important to protect the working area but mainly the operator's health.