December 2014
Used 28 X, 28 Y, 28 Z,Mori Seiki HS5000, 2003, CAT 40, 60 ATC, Rigid Tap, Dual Pallet                                                                                 UED

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28"X, 28"Y, 28"Z,Mori Seiki HS5000, 2003, CAT 40, 60 ATC, Rigid Tap, Dual Pallet [340758]

28"X, 28"Y, 28"Z,Mori Seiki HS5000, 2003, CAT 40, 60 ATC, Rigid Tap, Dual Pallet

Use link below to watch a video demonstration of this machine:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju1F0M-HgbE


Equipped with (must be verified by buyer):
=220 PSI Coolant Through The Spindle
=Helical Interpolation
=Rigid Tapping
=Chip Conveyor
=(2) Pallet Changer

Cut hours: 8400

General Specifications As Per Brochure (Please verify details)

Control: Fanuc 18iM (Seicos 18M)
Pallet Size/# of Pallets: 19.7" x 19.7"/ 2 Pallets
Travel:
X-Axis: 28.6"
Y-Axis: 28.6"
Z-Axis: 28.6"
B-Axis: 1 Degree
Spindle Nose: CAT #40 Taper
Spindle Speed: 60 - 14,000 RPM
Spindle Motor: 33 HP /220V / 3 / 64 kva

Tool Magazine Capacity: 60 Stations ATC
Tool to Tool Change Time: 1 Second
Chip to Chip Change Time: 3.2 Seconds
Max. Table Load: 1,102 lbs
Pallet Change Time w/Load: 6 Seconds
Weight (approx.): 23,100 lbs

Mori Seiki / Hitech recently announced the latest in its line-up of machines-

the HS5000 Horizontal Machining Center. According to Hitech, the HS5000 is

suited to form the core of a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week production system.

The HS5000 is equipped with the SEICOS Fanuc 18M CNC control.

"The HS5000's 30HP peak Direct Drive Spindle (DDS) accelerates from 0 to

14,000 RPM in 1.4 seconds," said a Hitech spokesperson. "High axis

acceleration rates along with one-second tool-to-tool time yield a chip-to-

chip time of 3.2 seconds. Changing the 19.7" square pallets takes six seconds

even when loaded with the maximum payload of 1,102 lbs."

With the HS5000, chips are moved so the machine can run without stopping to

clear chips from the work area. The machining center provides chip disposal

with the triple trough construction using a center conveyor that moves the

bulk of the chips with the remainder removed by dual spiral chip conveyors.

The spiral chip conveyors, positioned at the outer edge of the machining area,

extend to the setup station for added chip removal convenience.

Maintenance for the HS5000 has been made easier over previous models.

Lubricant consumption is kept low by utilizing oil-free roller guides and an

oil-bath ATC. "The MTTR (Mean Time To Repair), an index of machine

maintainability, has also been reduced, as well as machine downtime, with the

enhanced accessibility of components in the machine construction," said the

spokesperson




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