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Argo 40 RM Profile CNC 3-Axis Machining for aluminum Extrusi

Listing #502266 Listed on: 09/15
Listing Type:Machine for Sale
Category:Routers-Cnc
Manufacturer:Foreign
Model:FOM Argo 40
Year:
Electrical Specs:3PH
Price:inquire (negotiable)
Type:Used
Condition:Excellent
Location:Hattiesburg, MS
Phone:(657) 217-4798
Sale Type:Dealer
Name:Lorena R.
Description:


Aluminum is an Excellent Building Material, With Benefits Including Strength, Versatility, Light weight and None Magnetic. This Allows for many application and the FOM CNC Center is the Perfect machine to get you in Process extrusion for the Industries Below and More.
Industry Applications
Gangways, Stairways, Modular Stairs
Docks, Decks, Railways
Frames, Panels and Machine Part
Solar Energy Rails
Window Framing
Automotive Framing
And More
Technical Specifications
Axes travel
X axis longitudinal travel mm 4390
Y axis transversal travel mm 1100
Z axis vertical travel mm 425
Electrosplindle rotation 0/90/180
Work capacity
X axis Longitudinal travel mm 4.150
Y axis Transversal travel with electrospindle
90 - 540 mm
0-90 - 460 mm
90-180 - 540
0-180 - 460mm
Z axis Vertical travel
90 - 300 mm
90/180 - 250mm
0/90 - 250mm
0/180 - 250 mm
Axes movement
X axis
Rapid traverse: m/1 100mm
Acceleration: m/s 2 - 2,5
Y axis
Rapid traverse: m/1 60mm
Acceleration: m/s 2 - 3 mm
Z axis
Rapid traverse m/1 30mm
Acceleration m/s 2 2mm

Machine precision
Positioning precision 0,13
Repeatability precision 0,07
Electro-spindle
Cone: ISO 30 DIN 69871
Power 4 Kw
Max. torque 6,5 Nm
Max. rotation speed 12.000 rpm
Tool replacement time 8 sec.
Number of tools possible 6 N
Maximum tool weight 6 Kg.
Maximum tool length 124 mm
Maximum tool diameter 220 mm
Numeric control
Type:VISION PLUS

Specifications for Install

Total installed power: 10 kW
Air consumption - cone cleaning: 27 Nl/min
Air consumption per cycle: 44,5 Nl
Continuous air consumption - electrospindle cooling 200 Nl / min
Connection voltage 380/460 V
Connection frequency 50/60 Hz
Working pressure 7 atm
Dimensions 18.6 (5668mm) X 6.2(1875mm) X 8.1 (2460mm)
Weight (2460 Kg)
Spindle Head
Constructed with a system of crossed tables in lightweight alloy to obtain a reduction in weight, high resistance to loads and accuracy in the mechanical work they perform, all at the same time. The solution used has considerable advantages in terms of machining precision and maintenance.
Electro-spindle
Designed by Fom Industries, this electro-spindle ensures important performances, both at low number of revolutions as well as at high speed, to satisfy the increasing needs in terms of flexibility. The 4kW electro-spindle is equipped with constant torque, rotation speed up to 12,000 rpm, adjustable, positioning 0 / 90 / 180 for machining the three profile sides, forced air cooling, ISO 30
Tools Lubrication
With pure oil, by means of a sprayer with over-pressure device (minimal lubrication).
Working Area Situated on the base and made up of:
4 pneumatic vices (expandable) for locking the profiles. They slide on flat guide-ways with manual locking. Manual movement/positioning with position indicated on the control unit monitor. Clamping jaws are positioned using a patented pushbutton system. Patented pivoting clamping system ensures optimum adhesion to the profile.
1 retractable sliding pneumatic stop.
Omega 200 Control
PC PENTIUM 4 comprising:
Windows XP Professional SP2.
FomCam.
Vision Interface 4 software for managing blocks of manual control and service on line - assistance interface
Note: The programs are to be installed on a P.C. an
d with the above characteristics.
FOM CAM
Graphic interface based on the Windows operating system for planning the machining operations and the pieces which automatically generates the CNC program that can be executed by the machining centre.
Program features:
Easy to learn and easy to use, highly flexible
3D simulation of parts, tools and machinings
Display the piece position on the machine
Double cell machines management
Vises and fixtures management
Machining library for accessories
DXF Profile Library
Vise position optimization
Automatic bar-code recognition
Integration with ProF2 (window software)
Cutting line and machining center management
5 axis machining
FomCam is the new easy-to-use CadCam solution for the 3D and 2D machining design on profiles. FomCam supports all FOM machining centers, the FOM 3, 4 and 5 axis machines and the cutting and machining lines. An intuitive software solution, FomCam was developed in close collaboration with expert machine tool users and manufacturers in the industrial and window manufacturing sectors. FomCam makes possible any kind of machining and ensures the quality of the NC code
Machining optimizations
To make the machining even faster, the software automatically minimizes the numbers of tool changes and spindle movements saving considerable time.

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