TJR AR-250R Vertical & Horizontal CNC Rotary Table
£6,495.00 ex. VAT
Or weekly from: £73.04
Delivery lead time: 3-4 Weeks
TJR AR-250R is a 250mm diameter CNC rotary table, priced without motor and can be prepared to suit any interface at additional cost. (See our interface listings for details and costs for external interface (motor, switch, cable and connector requirements if you already have a 4th axis interface in the machine) and machine interface costs (if you do not have the additional axis fitted).
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H: 291.00mm x L: 461.00mm x W: 253.00mm
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This is an ideal design of product for any VMC machine, particularly those with a good working envelope. The usual collision issues only generally appear with the older DC motorised machines where the motors are much longer than the digital counterpart, such as the Bridgeport VMC with SEM motor on the Heidenhain TNC370 controlled devices. The TJR model type R can be used in vertical and horizontal applications, the motor is mounted to the right side of the device and therefore can be laid on its back. The TJR model type R is a full contouring 4th axis device. Can be controlled directly from the machine tool control or via a separate programmable box via M signal start.
On this model the motor would be mounted to the right side on this device and leaves the total through hole capability should you want to machine long bar components that need to be mounted through the centre hole of the table. If this device style may be an issue due to width of the unit, such as collision with machine doors with Y axis travel forward, you should look at rear mounted motor versions such as model type AR-B. In selecting a side mount motor version you should consider the Y axis travel of the machine and if there would be any interference between the guard of the rotary table and the doors of the machine, particularly when referencing the machine, as a lot of VMC machines reference with the Y axis travelling to the front of the machine, towards the operator.
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