The Model 800’s configuration is optimized for creep-feed grinding processes. These machines are designed with 3 Axes of motion using a traveling column design with a Y axis ram traveling on the Z axis and a stationary work piece. The 800 Creep Feed Grinder’s structure allows for a small machine footprint. All three structural guideway rail mating components have a large closed box cross section which maximizes the grinding stiffness and geometric accuracy of these machines. This configuration allows for easy implementation of common creep feed grinder options such as continuous-dress creep-feed (CDCF) grinding and indexing table part loading.
Table Size: 600 x 400 mm
Part Height: 600 mm
Axes: X, Y, Z
Spindle: 60 HP
Liquid-cooled, horizontal grinding spindle
Spindle power from 20 to 150 HP
Wheel widths up to 10 inches in 2 inch increments
Liquid cooled, overhead dresser
Table size 36” and larger in X-Axis
Extremely stiff design using FEA on all machine components
No special foundation required
All axes use ball screws that are fixed on both ends or (optionally) linear motors
Linear glass scales on all axes
Roller way systems on all axes
Y-Axis is fully counter-balanced
Ways at outside edges for maximum rigidity
Fanuc CNC controls with customized software designed for creep feed applications
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This option allows for dressing the wheel straight and to interpolate a form into the grinding wheel
Roll form dresserA formed dressing roll allows for the final part form to be dressed into the wheel allowing shorter cycle times.
Crush dresserFree-wheeling form dress.
Spindle power up to 100HP and various RPM options.
Fire suppression system (for oil coolant)Certain applications require machining in oil. The spark risk is controlled through a fire suppression system. This includes a rapid deployment of the system once heat is detected and blast doors to force the remaining heat upwards and away from the operator. This creates a safe environment to operate in oil under extreme circumstances.
Part probeA part probe can be permanently mounted to the B-Axis for faster inspections of components.
Tool probeChecks the grinding wheel prior to the actual grind process to ensure accuracy.
Milling and drillingMilling and Drilling options are available to add auxiliary machining to the Campbell center.
Gap eliminatorGap elimination allows for the wheel to touch the part in a higher feed rate and then reduce to a feed rate for the specific grind.
Tool changerA tool changer is the most requested option. Storing multiple tools allows for many operations to be handled with a single clamping. Tool changers have been supplied with 40+ positions and can change the grinding wheel, Roll dresser, Turning tool, Milling tool, and Drilling tool for each cycle.
Wheel balance systemA wheel balancer is necessary when tight tolerances on surface finishes are required. Also, to extend wheel life.
Mist collectorA mist-free zone is required in many applications. Our mist collectors are sized specifically for the enclosure of each machine.