The standard 6,000 RPM geared-head spindle offers power and flexibility.
Equipped with large work envelopes and heavy table loads, these machines are built for large-part machining.
Toyoda's bridge mills have Fanuc 31i controls for improved machining flexibility.
Toyoda bridge and gantry machines provide the power, stability, and durability required in machining large workpieces. This lineup features vibration-dampening Meehanite cast iron bases, effective coolant filtration systems, and fully-equipped Fanuc controls. Additionally, fully programmable five-face machining is available as an option.
Read: Rigidity, Reliability of Machines Aid In-House Production
“The first is dependability,” explains Bob Standridge, owner of Standridge Color Corporation on their Toyoda bridge mills. “Their uptime is better. The second factor is dimensional stability. It might take three cuts on another machine to remove the same amount of metal as one cut on a Toyoda.”
The Stealth VB Series features ultra-heavy cylindrical roller guides, a high-rigidity bed, and an ergonomic design.
The RB Series features ultra-heavy cylindrical roller guides, a high-rigidity bed, and an ergonomic design.
Featuring ultra-heavy cylindrical roller guides, a high-rigidity bed, and operator-friendly accessibility, the SB Series also offers five-face machining capabilities.
In addition to its solid construction of ultra-heavy cylindrical roller guides and a high-rigidity bed, the LB Series has optional five-face machining and extended Y- and Z-axis travels.
X-axis Travel 120.5" (3,060 mm) to 238.5" (6,060 mm) Y-axis Travel 84.6" (2,150 mm) to 131.9" (3,350 mm) Z-axis Travel 31.5" (800 mm) CAT50 6,000 RPM X Axis 492 ipm (12 m/min) to 945 ipm (24 m/min) Y Axis 590 ipm (15 m/min) to 787 ipm (20 m/min) Z Axis 590 ipm (15 m/min) Fanuc 31i 32 to 120 tools