Summit SCVC 60 Vertical Boring Mill

SUMMIT SCVC 60 Vertical Boring Mill

w/ Fanuc 18iTA Control, Right Vertical Ram w/ Live Spindle, High Precision Indexing Table and 12 Position Automatic Tool Changer

The Summit Model SCVC 60 Vertical Turning Machine is designed for machining medium to large castings and weldments of various shapes and styles. The machine efficiently performs turning, milling, drilling, boring, threading and grinding operations.

Standard Features

  • Heat treated, stress relieved, closed grain cast iron
  • Heavily ribbed double column construction
  • Wipers on all ways
  • Precision hardened and ground gearing
  • Helical geared table drive
  • Built-in leveling screws
  • 4 Jaw Chuck (reversible jaws)
  • Precision ground ball screws
  • Digital AC Servos on all axis
  • Linear scales for positioning feedback on all linear axis
  • Forced ventilation with filters on electrical cabinet
  • Hydraulically counter balanced ram and slide
  • Closed grain cast iron cross rail with hardened and
    ground tool steel ways, preloaded tychoway roller
    bearings and Turcite surfaces
  • Large diameter vertical ram
  • 12 position automatic tool changer
  • Cross roller table bearing

Specifications

   
Maximum Diameter of Swing 66"
Maximum Machining Height 59"
Maximum Weight of Work Piece 24,200 lbs.
Table Diameter 57"
Table Speed (Infinitely Var.) 4 - 200 RPM
Table Speed (Milling) 1 - 360 / Min.
Table Speed (Positioning) 1 - 650 / Min.
Right Vertical Ram Milling & Turning  
Vertical Travel 59"
Horizontal Travel 49'
Cross Section 9.75" x 9.75"
Milling Spindle Speed Range 10 - 1500 RPM
Feed Range .004 - 157 IPM
Rapid 236 IPM
Spindle Taper #50
Cross Rail  
Vertical Travel 59"
Feed 9 3/4 IPM
Motors  
Main Drive Motor 60 HP
Milling Spindle (AC Servo) 30 HP
Axis Drives (AC Servo) 38 Nm
Cross rail Elevating 10 HP
Dimensions (LxWxH) 220"x154"x284"
Weight (Approximate) 59,400 lbs.

 
 

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