METALEX is ASEAN's largest international machine tool and metalworking technology trade exhibition.
Date: 11/21~11/24, 2018
Victor Taichung sincerely invites you to visit our booth for more info. Or contact us directly.
TAIWAN INTERNATIONAL MACHINE TOOL SHOW (TMTS)
Date: 11/7~11/11, 2018
Booth: 1A311, Taichung International Exhibition Center
We sincerely invite you to visit our stall for more information about our Vertical Machining Centers and vertical lathes.
Victor CNC’s Vcenter-AX800, AX800II and the AX800 Aero 320 are for 5-axis machining of large parts up to 1.2 metres diameter.
The Vcenter AX800 5 Axis Machining Center has a swivelling head B-axis and a 25rpm C-axis table located within the fixed table, which can be clamped to resist 3 433 Nm for heavy duty machining. The B-axis has a Hirth coupling that will rotate at increments of 1° and offers precision and repeatability. Both rotary axes have a roller-cam drive to deliver “unparalleled rigidity and stiffness”, while shortening cycle times, when compared to conventional worm gear mechanisms.
The rotary table has a diameter of 800mm, a capacity of 1 200 kilograms and axis travels are 1 600 by 700 by 600mm in the XYZ axes.
The AX800II boasts a larger capacity and is able to machine parts up to 1 200mm as opposed to 1 000mm. This is achieved by moving the C-axis rotary table forward by 100mm. The machining height is 300mm and the machine footprint remains the same.
For complex components, especially thin-walled ones, there is the AX800 Aero 320. The C-axis that is on the standard AX800 and AX800II models has been replaced by twin-rotary tables (A and C-axis). Incorporating synchronous control technology, precision machining of extremely delicate and thin walled parts, such as aerospace engine and turbine components, as well as structural aerospace parts, is possible.
This addition to the AX800 range incorporates an HSK-A63 spindle configuration with a table diameter of 320mm, plus an adjustable span between the tables.
The machine uses a 31i-B5 CNC control unit, but Heidenhain TNC-640 is an alternative across all machines.
Other equipment takes in through-spindle coolant of from 20 to 70 bar, a variety of swarf conveyor systems, hydraulic or pneumatic ports on the rotary table, linear scales and angular encoders, automatic tool length measurement, automatic part measuring, along with additional options that can be specified that include oil hole coolant supply, table shower system, spindle configuration and automatic doors.
Victor Taichung Machinery’s Vcenter-A series of Vertical Machining Centers accommodate both heavy cutting at low rpm and high speed machining.
The VMCs have high-damping, rigid guideways. Ballscrew holders are directly casted to increase rigidity and strength, ensuring constant support for the ballscrews over the machine’s life. Large-diameter ballscrews measuring 1.77" as well as 1.77"-wide linear guides ensure stiffness during machining. Direct-coupling servo motors eliminate motor backlash and noise caused by misalignment.
Directly coupled spindles with two types of high-torque spindle motors can mill steel and aluminum. The machines use oil-air lubrication with a filtration system for spindle bearings, and an air dryer further ensures air quality and service life, the company says.
Aiming at hot issue “Industry 4.0”, Victor Taichung Machinery will present 6 unmanned cells including 6 robots with 10 off CNC machines and 2 off PIM machines at coming TMTS show (held in Taichung) for her integrating capability.
We hereby sincerely invite you to visit our booth 3A312 at Greater Taichung International Expo Center from 23 - 27 November, 2016.
Victor Taichung Machinery Works Co expects its new "smart factory" to generate annual revenue of NT$6 billion (US$189 million) after 2018, company chairman Bert Huang told reporters at a forum held by the Ministry of Economic Affairs yesterday.
"In the long term, we expect the smart factory to generate sales of more than NT$10 billion," Huang said.
The 62-year-old machine tool manufacturer said it would invest NT$3.5 billion on its smart factory in Taichung, with construction due to be completed in 2018.
The facility with four production lines, which will also serve as the company’s headquarters, spans nearly 3.1 hectares at the Taichung Gateway Park.
By deploying sensors and other equipment, Victor Taichung hopes to optimize manufacturing efficiency through "big data" analysis.
Construction of the factory began in June, Huang said, adding that the company had set up a smart production line at its existing plant to prepare for the transition.
Instead of relying on imports, Victor Taichung plans to purchase most of its equipment for the new plant from local suppliers, including automated storage systems and robotic arms, hoping to stimulate local business opportunities in the smart machinery sector.
As the home to many machine manufacturers, Taichung is now embracing the development of smart factories, an industry-wide shift, Taichung City Government data showed.
More than 300,000 people are employed by machine makers in Taichung, forming an industry cluster with an annual production value of NT$900 billion, the data showed.
The government plans to transform the region into a smart machinery capital as part of President Tsai Ing-wen’s initiative to focus on five innovative industries to stimulate economic growth.
In July, the Executive Yuan approved a plan for a series of hardware upgrades at factories in Taichung, aiming to create a friendly environment that turns Taichung into the hub of smart machinery.
The Taichung City Government is planning to acquire land to build a smart machinery innovation center at the Taichung Gateway Park, an official said yesterday.
The local government hopes to introduce global industrial groups to the center, such as Siemens AG, Asea Brown Boveri Ltd and Mitsubishi Group.
Source: Taipei Times