Mazak Integrex i-100HS Multitasking Machine for Complex Part Applications

Mazak says its Integrex i-100HS multitasking machine offers a small footprint and simultaneous five-axis capabilities along with maximum versatility, high precision and throughput for complex part applications. The machine is said to combine the abilities of a full-function machining center and a high-powered turning center to produce small- and medium-sized workpieces in single setups.

The machine employs a main and second spindle headstock with a 203-mm (6″) chuck and 61-mm (2.4″) diameter bore mounted on a 11-kW (15 hp), 6,000-rpm integrated spindle motor for handling a range of applications, from heavy-duty cutting at low speed to high-speed cutting of nonferrous materials. It also offers an optional 74-tool automatic tool-change magazine with Kennametal’s KM4X spindle connection.

A vertically mounted milling spindle provides 24 kW (32 hp), 12,000 rpm and a rotating B-axis range of -30 degrees to +240-degrees. A roller cam drive for the B axis is said to ensure higher accuracy and rigidity, while providing zero backlash. A 36-tool (72-tool optional) magazine enables for fast tool changes and provides ample tooling for continuous part processing.

The machine also provides a Y-axis travel of 210 mm (8.27″) and vertical X axis of 450 mm (17.72″). The machine accommodates parts up to 500 mm (19.690″) in diameter with a maximum machining length of 854 mm (36.620”)

It also uses the Mazatrol SmoothAi, which is said to offer productivity advantages to the most demanding machining operations. The company says the Integrex i-100HS ensures the shortest possible machining cycle times, especially in fine-increment programs for simultaneous five-axis operations and free-form, die-mold machining. The control incorporates a variety of advanced programming functions said to make it easy to use and ensure high-speed, high-accuracy machining performance.

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