Comparison of stability of slant bed CNC lathe machine and flat bed CNC lathe machine

Comparison of stability of slant bed CNC lathe machine and flat bed CNC lathe machine
Update Time:2019-02-14
Comparison of stability of slant bed CNC lathe machine and flat bed CNC  lathe machine
The slant bed CNC lathe machine is a high-precision, high-efficiency automated machine tool. Equipped with multi-station turret or power turret, the machine tool has a wide range of process performance, can process linear cylinders, diagonal cylinders, arcs and various complex workpieces such as threads, slots, worms, with linear interpolation, circular interpolation Compensate for various compensation functions and play a good economic effect in mass production of complex parts.
The plane of the two guide rails of the inclined bed CNC lathe intersects the ground plane and forms a slope with an angle of 30°, 45°, 60° and 75°. The bed of the slant bed CNC lathe is a right triangle. Obviously, in the case of the same guide rail width, the X-direction carriage of the slant bed is longer than the flat bed, and the practical significance of the application on the lathe is that more cutter positions can be arranged. The cross-sectional area of ​​the inclined bed CNC lathe is larger than that of the flat bed of the same specification, that is, it is more resistant to bending and torsion.
Advantages of slant bed CNC lathe
Good stability
Need to process large parts generally use inclined bed or flat bed inclined rail machine tools, because the corresponding parts of medium and large machine tools are also very large, especially the turret part, the inclined rail is mainly used to overcome the gravity to have better stability to improve The accuracy of the machine tool can reflect the superiority of the oblique machine in some harsh environments.
Improve space utilization
The oblique body machine can effectively utilize the space and greatly reduce the plane occupying position of the machine tool.
Easy to chip
The inclined rails also facilitate the concentration of iron filings on the chip conveyor for automated chip evacuation. The iron filings under cutting have high heat. Accumulating on the guide rail will cause the guide rail to be thermally deformed, which will change the working precision. In the batch automatic processing process, the workpiece will be scrapped in batches.