HF 100 A 40 CHKS
The spindle motor is an asynchronous motor type.
The motor spindle is equipped with an automatic tooling system. Note the spindle description and drawing for size and design.
Ceramic Hybrid Ball Bearings
The motor spindle is built with Ceramic Hybrid Ball Bearings. Option "C" is standard for most of IBAG motor spindles.
Hydraulic Tool Change
The motor spindle is equipped with a tool change by hydraulic pressure. Option "H" shortens the motor spindle. Note the drawing for details.
HSK Tooling System
The motor spindle is equipped with a tooling interface HSK. Note the spindle description and drawing for size and design.
|Additional Options|| |
Flange for axial mount of the motor spindle
A flange on the housing enables an axial mount of the motor spindle. Note the spindle drawing for details.
Option "G" avoids a static overload due to processing and friction on non- conducting materials..
Tool Holder Sensor
The motor spindle is equipped with sensors to check the tool holder position. Three sensors (Tool-Out (TO) / Tool-In (TI) / No-Tool (NT)) ensure a save automatic tool change. For selected motor spindles there is also an additional Piston-In (PI) sensor available. Option "I3" ensure a save speed start after ATC. Note the drawing for details.
The motor spindle has an oil extraction system to vacuum excess oil. Option "L" reduces excess oil drops on the work piece.
Encoder for Vector Control and Shaft Positioning
The integrated rotary pulse generator "V" achieves full torque even on low speed. With "V" you can stop the spindle shaft orientated. Note the spindle description and drawing for details.
Tool Cooling through the spindle centre
The motor spindle is equipped with a Rotary Coupling for Tooling through the spindle centre. Option "W" is available for selected spindle types either with 80, 150 or 200bar. Option "W" is only available in combination with Option "H" and extends the motor spindle. Note the spindle description and drawing for details.
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Motor spindle with internal cooling to achieve highest power performance. The cooling temperature is between 24 – 26°C.
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