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Year of Make: 1999
Year of Make: 1999
Year of Make: 1975
Year of Make: 1997
DESCRIPTION Wheel diameter - max. mm Wheel width mm module - max. 6 module - min. 1.5 workpiece diameter - max. 275 mm tooth width max. 5.5 mm spiral angle 0 - 60 ° Number of teeth 5-120 transmission ratio min. 1: 1 transmission ratio max. 1:10 cutter drive motor 20 kW workpiece drive 14.5 kW total power requirement 62 kVA weight of the machine ca. 12 t dimensions of approximately 4.7 x 4.387 x 2.45 m tool spindle (D-axis) - workpiece spindle speed (infinitely) 60 to 350 U / min Werkzeugpositionierachse (E axis) - swivel range 0 to 360 ° - Tilt speed max. 19.5 ° / s workpiece spindle (B-axis) - Mounting diameter outer cone (1: 4) 140 mm - Standard inner cone (1:20) 99.218 mm - workpiece spindle speed max. 300 U / min - workpiece spindle bore 90 mm Werkstückpositionierachse (Y-axis) - travel 870 mm - speed max. 4.5 m / min Wälzdrehachse (A-axis) - swivel range 315 ° - Tilt speed max. 40 ° / s intersecting axes (Z-axis) - Traversing range max. +/- 50 mm - speed max. 0.657 m / min workpie
Year of Make: 2008
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Year of Make: 1982
Year of Make: 1985
DESCRIPTION KLINGELNBERG - AMK 400 (For English language please scroll down) Details Stock No 1039-7444 of machine Gear Hobbing Machine - Horizontal Manufacturer KLINGELNBERG Type AMK 400 Year 1985 control Conventional Storage location Baden-Württemberg Country of origin Germany Delivery time immediately Freight basis ex site Technical details Wheel diameter - max. 500mm Wheel diameter - min. 20mm Control Conventional Module - min. 1.5mm module - max. 8,5mm tooth height max. 30mm tooth width max. 100mm axle offset +/- max. 75mm Number of teeth - min. 5 Number of teeth - max. 120 Spiral angle 0 - 50 ° Ratio 1: 1 - 1:10 taper distance (external) max. approx 260mm pitch cone angle - min./max. 0 ° / 90 ° Werkstückspindelflansch diam. 250mm chucks Diameter 400mm workpiece spindle - bore 150mm working height 1.250mm distance spindle nose - cone tip 1: 100 - 500mm Distance spindle nose - cone tip 2: 40 - 290mm Distance spindle nose - cone tip 3: 0 - 250mm tool diameter 95 - max. 340mm tool sp
Year of Make: 1978
Hypoid offset +/- 100 mm diameter head The Bevel Klingelnberg AMKU 630.1 was Agriculture, Construction, Machine Tools, Mining equipment, aircraft, textile machinery etc. produced as a universal machine for manufacturing bevel gears in the area can be used both for individual production, small batch production as well as for mass production.
Year of Make: 1978
Year of Make: 1997
Bevel-curved teeth - tool spindle (D-axis) - workpiece spindle speed (infinitely) 60 to 350 U / min Werkzeugpositionierachse (E-axis) - swivel range 0 to 360 ° - Tilt speed max. 19.5 ° / s workpiece spindle (B-axis) - Mounting diameter outer cone (1: 4) 140 mm - Standard inner cone (1:20) 99.218 mm - workpiece spindle speed max. 300 U / min - workpiece spindle bore 90 mm Werkstückpositionierachse (Y-axis) - travel 870 mm - speed max. 4.5 m / min Wälzdrehachse (A-axis) - swivel range 315 ° - Tilt speed max. 40 ° / s intersecting axes (Z-axis) - Traversing range max. +/- 50 mm - speed max. 0.657 m / min workpiece pivot axis (C-axis) - swivel range -8.5 to 98 ° - Tilt speed max. 21.5 ° / s routing depth axis (X-axis) - travel from -25 to 640 mm - max. Traversing 6 m / min machine distance (V-axis) - travel 150 mm - speed max. 1.6 m / min - Including 13 cutters -
Germany | Malsch
KLINGELNBERG GKC 60 Bevel Gear Testing Machine - 2 flank testing - Contact pattern- and noise testing of bevel gears and hypoid gears of all toothing systems - Distance between wheel spindle / pinion spindle head: 40 - 450 mm - Distance between pinion spindle / wheel spindle head: -160 - 600 mm - Axle offset: +/- 60 mm - Spindle speed: continuously 1 - 2120 rpm - Spindle drill: 130 mm - Taper of main spindle: MK 60 - Dimensions of control cabinet: 2300 x 600 x 2300 mm For further details see photos
Year of Make: 1985
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forming”. This is when plastic or cold pre-products are shaped using a specific application of pressure. This includes bending, forging and pressing processes. There are a large number of metalworking machines, which could be used to undertake these processes.
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