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The SR series of 5-axis CNC mills offers multiple advantages, starting with the machine's design configuration that utilizes a swivel head with either an A or C style rotary table. The generous size of the rotary table provides maximum versatility because you can use the extra table space for secondary operations or 3-axis work.

Available models

Swivel Head VMX30Ui
Specifications
Table Size
248 mm diameter (9.8 in diameter)
X, Y, Z Axis Travel
762 x 508 X 520 mm (30 x 20 x 20.5 in)
Spindle Nose to Table Min/Max
90 mm / 610 mm (3.5 in / 24 in)
Max Weight On Table
200 kg (440 lbs)
Spindle power (peak)
13.4 kW @600 rpm (18 hp @600 rpm)
Spindle torque (peak)
250 Nm@ 500 rpm (185 ft-lbs @ 500 rpm)
Spindle torque (peak)
214 Nm@ 600 rpm (158 ft-lbs @ 600 rpm)
Spindle torque (peak)
171 Nm@ 750 rpm (126 ft-lbs @ 750 rpm)
Tool Type
CAT, BT, DIN 40
Number Of Tools
40
Max Tool Diameter
76 mm (3.0 in)
Max Tool Length
300 mm (11.8 in)
Max Tool Weight
7 kg (15.4 lb)
Required Floor Space
3936 x 3950 mm (155 x 156 in)
Machine Height
2850 mm (112.2 in)
Machine Weight
5,280 kg (11,616 lbs)
Rapid Traverse X,Y,Z Axis
35 m/minute, 35 m/minute, 30 m/minute (1,378 in/min, 1,378 in/min, 1,181 in/min)
T-Slot Size
6 x 12 mm x 60° (6 x .48 in x 60°)
A ,C Axis Travel
+30°/-110°, 360° (+30°/-110°, 360°)
Rapid Traverse A, C Axis
25 rpm, 25 rpm
Power Rating/ Full Load KVA
23 KVA
Swivel Head VMX42SRT
Table Size
1,270 x 610 mm (50 x 24 in)
X, Y, Z Axis Travel
1,067 x 610 X 610 mm (42 x 24 x 24 in)
Spindle Nose to Table (Min-Max)
606 mm max (23.87 in max)
Max Weight On Table
1,360 kg (3,000 lb)
Spindle power (peak)
35 kW / @ 2,800 rpm (47 HP / @ 2,800 rpm)
Spindle torque (peak)
119 Nm (88 ft-lbs)
Tool Type
HSK63
Number Of Tools
40
Max Tool Diameter
76 mm (3.0 in)
Max Tool Length
300 mm (11.8 in)
Max Tool Weight
8 kg (17.6 lbs)
Required Floor Space
5141 x 3997.8 mm (202.4 x 157.4 in)
Machine Weight
7,550 kg (16,640 lbs)
Rapid Traverse X,Y,Z Axis
35 m/minute, 35 m/minute, 30 m/minute (1,378 in/min, 1,378 in/min, 1,181 in/min)
T-Slot Size
5 x 18 mm (5 x .71 in)
B, C Axis Travel
+/- 90°, 360°
Max Weight on Rotary/ Trunnion Table
500 kg (1,100 lb)
Rapid Traverse A, C Axis
50 rpm, 100 rpm
Power Rating/ Full Load KVA
62 KVA

Key Features

The design of the swivel head 5-axis machining center makes the SR the best choice for certain applications.

The large rotary table provides versatility that allows you to use the extra table space for secondary operations or 3-axis work.

Because the table is stationary, the swivel head/rotary table 5-axis machining centers are typically preferred when machining heavier parts.
Better chip control. With the swivel head/rotary table configuration, you can run the machine horizontally and gain better chip control.

With a swivel head/rotary table 5-axis machining center, it is extremely important to make sure the table (C-axis) supports unlimited angular movement. For example, if you are machining down a steep wall and going around the part, the table needs to rotate in a continuous motion. If the C-axis is limited to +360 / -360 degrees of motion, it will literally need to unwind at regular intervals to machine the part. Conversely, the tables on the Hurco SR 5-axis mills are built with unlimited and continuous rotation because our focus from design to delivery is to maximize productivity and profitability for our customers.

There are certain applications, such as impellers or turbines, when it is beneficial to approach the part from underneath. When you mill uphill, as it is sometimes called, the base of the spindle is lower than the tool tip. The B-axis tilting head with the C-axis rotary table of the SR machining center supports this type of cutting strategy, whereas a trunnion style 5-axis mill doesn’t.

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