Modularity is the GROB standard
The requirements a modern production system has to fulfill are as versatile as they are contrary: more flexibility, more productivity, and at the same time lower investment costs and absolute future sustainability. With the G-series, a production system has been developed that is trend-setting for the machine tool industry.
G-series have been designed to meet for the highest level of flexibility on the machine side as well as on the process side. Therefore the machining centers follow a modular design. They are independent modules, that can be configured from a modular system, depending on customer requirements.
- modular structure
- X- and Z-axis with highest dynamics
- highest rigidity
- ideal chip disposal (machining with part hanging)
- horizontal machining
- highest flexibility
- good accessibility (loading from the front and the top possible)
- high energy efficiency
- minimum chip-to-chip time
Axis configuration G300/G320
- Z: Horizontal linear axis, feed/spindle axis
- X: Horizontal linear axis, parallel to the clamping table
- Y': Vertical linear axis
- A': Rotary axis around X
- B': Rotary axis around Y'
- X and Z-motion within the spindle (no quill)
- A' / B' and Y'-motion within the part
Axis configuration G500/G520/G700/G720
- X and Z movements in the spindle (no quills)
- Y´-axis in the workpiece
- swivel axes in the workpiece