With the i80L DMG MORI SEIKI presents an ultra-compact horizontal machining centre for efficient mass production of engine components in the automotive industry. The machine owes its compact design to the tool magazine located on top of the machine.
In its basic configuration, the machine is not available with a pallet changer. Instead, the machine is open to custom automation systems such as gantry robots or transfer systems. Moreover, the machine is ideal to be integrated into production lines together with other machines and machining units, e.g. for cylinder head or engine block production lines.
Another outstanding feature is the option of parallel machining of two workpieces in the machine’s work area. This reduces the number of machines and consequently minimises investments.
Moreover, the work table can be moved in the Z-axis, facilitating manual access to the work area. The low overall height is again ideal for automation purposes as it reduces load/unload times.
To be discovered at EMO on Hall 2 at the North Entrance of the show.
On August 20 we published an online news about the whole DMG product range shown at EMO. You can read it here.
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