Large turn-mill machine shipped to Australia

Haco Kingsland says that a CNC turn-mill centre has been designed, manufactured and shipped to an Australian customer. This multi-tasking machine is equipped with a high-specification milling head, a tool magazine integrated with an automatic tool changer, an exceptionally big spindle bore of 360 mm, a special solution for using long boring bars, a sub-spindle, and many other elements that enable efficient and precise machining. The machine provides the possibility to machine workpieces up to 7500 mm in length and up to 1000 mm in diameter.

According to the company it is one of the most technologically advanced FAT Haco machines ever produced.
The shipping of such a large machine proved to be a sizeable logistic task because it was
sent in a single piece. As a result, the organisation of the loading, as well as the transport itself, was challenging for both for FAT Haco and the carrier. However, the whole operation ended in success, with the machine safely reaching the shipping port.
For those interested in seeing FAT Haco machines up close, the company will be represented at the forthcoming EMO 2017 exhibition in Hanover, Germany (18-23 September). On stand B04 in hall 26, a FAT Haco TUR3MN 1300 x 4000 will be presented.
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