Operating from Mumbai, Maharashtra, we are a 2007 established company engaged in manufacturing and supplying excellent quality CNC Router Machine. Made using top notch quality components, these machines are highly appreciated among our clients for their strong build quality, weather proof nature, and easy working. It is widely used to perform different types of operations such as cutting, drilling, and engraving on metal work pieces. We have hired a dedicated team of quality analysts who check this machine on well defined parameters prior to dispatch. Moreover, clients can avail this machine in different models and technical specifications and that too at reasonable rates.
CNC Router Machine Specifications:
- Table Size : 2600 X 1400 mm
- Spindle Nose to Table Top : 200-600 mm
- Spindle Power : 4.5 KW
- Spindle RPM : 10,000 to 18,000
- Spindle Taper : As Per ER 25 Collet
- Tool Size : Max 16 mm
- Tool Change : Manual
- Rapid Traverse : 20,000 mm / min
- Max.Cutting Feed : 15,000 mm / min
- Positional Accuracy : plus minus 0.08 mm over 300 mm stroke
- Repeatability : plus minus 0.01 mm
- Axis Motors : Servo on All Axes ( 4 Qty )
- CNC Control : ADTECH-4640
- Overall Dimension L x W x H : 3200x2100x2000 mm ( Approx )
- Lubrication : Centralized Oil Lubrication with Automatic Pump
- Coolant : NA
- Machine Weight (Approx in Kg) : 1340
Application ( attuned on Material) : Wood, MDF, Thermocol, Foams & Plastics
- Optional Accessories:
- Dust collecting Attachment
- 4th Axis ( Rotary Attachment with Servo Motor)
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is a CNC router machine?
A: A CNC (computer numerical control) router is a type of machine tool that uses a computer-controlled system to precisely cut and shape a wide range of materials such as wood, plastic, metal, and composites.
Q: What are the advantages of using a CNC router?
A: The advantages of using a CNC router include precise and accurate cuts, high production speeds, and the ability to replicate designs with consistency. It also reduces the risk of human error and increases productivity.
Q: What materials can be cut with a CNC router?
A: A CNC router can cut a wide range of materials, including wood, plastic, metal, composites, foam, and even stone or glass with the appropriate bit and settings.
Q: What is the difference between a CNC router and a CNC milling machine?
A: Although both machines are used for cutting and shaping materials, a CNC milling machine typically uses a rotary cutting tool to remove material from a stationary workpiece, while a CNC router moves the cutting tool along three axes (X, Y, Z) to cut and shape the material.
Q: What software is used to operate a CNC router?
A: Various software programs can be used to operate a CNC router, including CAD (computer-aided design) software to create the designs, CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) software to generate the tool paths, and machine control software to operate the CNC router.
Q: What is a vacuum table on a CNC router?
A: A vacuum table is a type of work holding system used on CNC routers. The table has a series of small holes that create a vacuum, which holds the material in place while it is being cut or shaped. This helps to prevent the material from moving or shifting during the cutting process.
Q: What maintenance is required for a CNC router machine?
A: Regular maintenance of a CNC router includes cleaning and lubricating the machine, checking and replacing worn or damaged parts, and calibrating the machine to ensure accurate cuts and shapes.
Q: What safety precautions should be taken when operating a CNC router?
A: Safety precautions when operating a CNC router include wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), ensuring the machine is properly grounded, keeping hands and clothing away from the cutting area, and following all manufacturer instructions and safety guidelines.