With clear advantages and proven successes, the adoption of 5-axis machining is a trend that will continue. Adding this kind of advanced technology to your shop instantly creates new opportunities and eliminates competitors who can't efficiently produce complex parts. As with any capital purchase or infusion of technology, there are major strategic, financial and process considerations.
Supported by application examples and case studies, this free guide focuses on 8 key factors to help you take the next step and succeed with 5-axis machining.
GROB's one-of-a-kind design of HMC + swivel-rotary table is ideal for companies pursuing jobs in aerospace, die/mold, medical, and automotive sectors. The unique retractable spindle virtually eliminates the chance for collisions while maximizing the usable work area. This means GROB owners can usually buy one size smaller to reduce their investment, or have room to grow with new and larger part families. With these capabilities and GROB's accuracy and reliability, you can shorten production times, take on new jobs, and increase revenue.
Elevate your machining capabilities with these features:
"We had never seen a machine configured like this, and we were excited to see how the swiveling and rotating capability were combined in the table."
“We like the unique configuration of the spindle versus the worktable as the spindle comes in horizontally...You can machine unique cutting geometries and hard to reach areas. The configuration is also good for chip control.”
"You’re dealing with factory direct parts [GROB manufactures machine tools at its Bluffton, OH, plant] and technicians that are very knowledgeable and that was a big appeal for us.”