The Modular Approach
This manufacturing system for gears highlights EMAG’s new Modular Standard Machines with easy interlinking, speed and flexibility. Whether turning, hobbing or deburring, modularity allows for every machine to be individually configured to suit the task in hand.
Finish-assembly of a gear shaft. A combination of robots and special-design gripper technology makes it possible to heat-shrink with a joining clearance of < 15 µm.
Fiber Laser Welding
Laser welding a synchronous wheel onto a gear. The EMAG fiber laser on the ELC 160 cuts operating costs in half.
Machining area of an EMAG PO 900 BF for the machining of blisks using Precise Electro-Chemical Machining (PECM) technology.
12 Tools, One Set-Up
The machining area of the VL 2. It holds 12 turning tools (or alternatively, up to 12 driven drilling and milling tools) to execute various tasks in a single set-up. The machine also can be equipped with an optional Y-axis.
Quality, Cost Control in a Small Footprint
The VL 2 Vertical Turning Machine is designed for quality- and cost-conscious manufacturers or sub-suppliers: It's a universal production aid that impresses with its small footprint and advantageous price-performance ratio, including automatic workhandling.
Micro Gear Cutting
The VLC 200 H is designed for the machining of gear-type workpieces of maximum 200 mm diameter and module 4.
Both Sides Now
The VT 2-4 machines shafts from two sides after being self-loaded by a gripper mounted on the tool-turret.