A unique CNC Lathe with Y axis with Linear tooling ideally suited for mass production of large components upto 100mm diameter using upto 8 tools.
Unique combination of maximum number of linear tools and customization of boring bar holders ensures high productivity and flexibility for large components.
Best in class rigidity with large size LM Roller guides and a large span for Z axis and stepped construction for Y Axis render the machine highly suitable for heavy machining.
Y axis facilitates accurate setting of centre height and ensures extended tool life, especially for Hard turning with CBN Tools.
A wide range of spindle sizes (A2-4, A2-5 and A2-5 LB ) and spindle Power (3.75Kw/ 5.5Kw) are available to suit varied needs of customers.
This machine can be equipped with a Hydraulic tail stock to facilitate machining of shaft component between centres.
Y Axis with two radial live tools which facilities turning, driling, tapping/ boring/ reaming/ slot milimg in one chucking.
This unique combination of Multi-Tasking with linear tooling offers unsurpassed productivity inter related accuracies and reduced through put time.
Optional Coolant gun, Panel A/C, Air blast for chuck jaw cleaning, Aden lamp ( Yellow / Red / Green ), Collect chuck, Hollow Cylinder, etc., for different customer names.
|Max Turning||Ø 100mm|
|Max.turning Length||250 mm|
|Chuck size||Ø 165mm|
|Spindle Speed||40 - 4000rpm|
|Spindle Nose||A2-4 / A2-5 / A2-5 LB / A2-6 ( Only Collect Chuck )|
|Motor Power / Controller||V1-3.7/5.5 Kw ( Siemens/Fanuc/Mitsubishi )
V2-5.5/7.5 Kw ( Siemens/Fanuc/Mitsubishi )
|Travel X axis/Y axis/Z axis||250 mm / 190mm/360mm|
|Rapid X axis/ Y axis/ Z axis||20mm/15mm/25mm|
|Tool size||20 x20mm|
|Boring Bar Size||Ø 32mm|
|Tailstock Quill dia / Stroke / Taper||55mm / 110mm / MT 4|
|Live Tool Collet Size||ER20|
|Live Tool Speed||50-3000 rpm|
Gedee Weiler was started as a joint venture company by the leading Industrialist from South India Shri G.D.Gopal, S/o. visionary scientist Shri G.D.Naidu in technical and financial partnership with M/s.Weiler Werkzeugmaschinen at that time located in Herzogenaurach, Germany to manufacture sophisticated high precision lathes in India.