Ganesh Machinery Will Introduce A Fully Automatic Robotic Machine Tending System

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Ganesh machinery helps clients meet tomorrow’s needs now with the unveiling of a new multitasking machine

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In keeping with the PMTS show theme of “Machining Technology,” Ganesh will show you how to meet tomorrow’s needs today by unveiling the new multitasking machines with robotic machine tending system on the main PMTS -2013 show floor Booth# 263. Ganesh Cyclone Series with fully robotic system new machine models are well-suited for those who are thinking about how to remain competitive by both getting the job done in one handling and having ample tooling flexibility to have multiple jobs setup on the machines at one time.

Cyclone-32 GT: A dedicated pneumatic part loading system will demonstrate high speed, small part loading capability on the Ganesh Cyclone-32GT 3-axis precision heavy duty gang tool lathe. The load system provides a low cost solution for small component manufacturers. For 1-3/8” Bar work, 2nd Operation machining & 5” Chucking work, 6,000-RPM, Up to 10-HP, Hydraulic Clamping, 1” Ballscrews & Heavy Cast Iron Bed with C-Axis, Rigid Tapping, Toolholders, Gang Tool Advantage: Fastest Chip-to-Chip Time, More Tooling Flexibility, 8-Position Quick-Change tooling plates, Hydraulic Clamping for a secure no-slip grip, Rigid tapping & Polygon turning, High-Performance “C”-axis with 0.001 resolution.

CYCLONE 52-TTMY: The Ganesh standard robotic machine tending system will be integrated to a Ganesh Cyclone-52 TTMY. The robotic system is a fully automatic, compact solution that utilizes a Yaskawa Motoman robot, and a flexible part infeed / outfeed system that can be easily configured to accommodate a wide variety of parts and be installed in the matter of hours. 8-axis, Dual 16 Station turrets 32 live tools mill/turn center with “Y” axis on upper turret, full “C” axis on main & sub spindle with, 51mm (2”) bar capability, MITUSBISHI M-720 CNC control. Featuring full bar, chuck, and shaft machining capability, with 6” chucks. The integral main and integral sub-spindle spindles both feature 6,000 rpm capability for fine surface finishes, as well as a “C” axis so that milling and drilling operations can be completed all in one operation on the front and back-side of the work piece. Dual spindle dual turret machine perfectly suited for complicated parts.

CYCLONE 32-CS: The 7-axis machine with 27-tools and 11-live tools will also be cutting demos showing the unique capabilities that it has to offer for 1.375” (36mm) bar diameter sliding headstock CNC lathe without a guide bushing. A 10-HP Mitsubishi spindle motor drives the powerful 6,000-RPM spindle. Both the main and sub spindle use 32mm Traub A-32 collets for easy part transfer and complete “done-in-one” machining efficiency, including all radial, end-working, and Y-axis live tooling work on both the front and backside of the part.

Vertical Machining Center: VFM-4024 Express massive meehanite machine construction 13,228 lbs machine, with 43.3” X 19.68” Table size, is capable of 24 station arm type ATC, 1,000 PSI thru the spindle coolant ready, 1.7 second tool to tool change time, 2.1 second chip to chip, rapid rates up to 1417 inch/min and is equipped with 12,000 rpm direct drive spindle. X-, Y-, and Z-axes provide strokes up to 39.37”, 23.62”, and 22.12”. 4th and 5th axis wiring included. Mitsubishi M720 CNC Control offers high speed buffered look-ahead and 64 bit processor speed. Ganesh also builds full 5-axis versions of their VFM’s series.

See machines under power, live demo at PMTS 2013 booth # 263 & ask our application department how you can improve your process. For more info please visit or call 1-888-542-6374.

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