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FAS Cam less Automat

Published by Webmaster on 2009/3/15 (6268 reads)

The FAS Lathe heralds an entirely new generation of production lathes.

It combines the user-friendliness of a CNC lathe with the fast cycle times of a Cam-automatic lathe,

all at an affordable price






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The Lathe


  • allows extremely fast change over times due to it's unique design features.

  • achieves rapid cycle times because several tools can work simultaneously on the workpiece.

  • makes lower demands on setting and operating personnel due to it's user-friendly design.

  • is robust, reliable and elegant in construction yet manufactured to close tolerances to allow precision production of turned components.




Typical Components that can be made on a

FAS Lathe

















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Universal Cams Fitted at factory for life of machine. No other cams need be designed, made or fitted.
Constant Feed-rate Feed rates are maintained irrespective of spindle speed.
Infinitely Variable Spindle Speed Allows optimum spindle speed to be set quickly and accurately.
Quick-retract Cross-Slides Allows collet removal without disturbing tooling.
Constant Deadstop Operation Deadstops need not be readjusted with changes in size.
Tool Overlapping Cross-slides are spaced at 70° allowing complete overlapping of all tools without fouling.
Rigid Construction All cutting forces are contained within the heavily ribbed, box-section Headstock Casting.
Stable Slide Geometry The Asymmetric Cross-Slide Geometry promotes stable, chatter-free forming.
Tool Interchangeability All Cross-slides are identical allowing complete interchangeability of Cross-slide tooling.
Pre-Forming All Cross-slides have generous lateral adjustment to permit forming behind the Parting Tool.
Micro-Setting Micrometer adjust and hand clamp on 10-setting variables.
Fingertip Setting No hand tools necessary for any of the following: Change of Spindle Speed. Adjustment of Collet. Timing of Cams. Timing of Accelerator cut off.
Memory Setting Diametral, Lateral and Tool Height Parameters stored in Memory-setting Block attached to tail of toolbit.
Ergonomic Setting All setting performed from front of machine.
Shoulder Level control Panel Stop, Start and Inch Controls for both Spindle and Camshaft. Digital readout of Spindle Speed, Cycle Time and Number of Parts made.
Synchronised Threading Components can be threaded by means of Synchronised Threading Attachment (STA): Fingertip Pitch and Length Setting, Threading sequence triggered by retract of drill slide.


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F26


F40

Capacity through Spindle
mm

   
 
round


26


40

 
hex


22.5


35.0

 
square


18.4


28.0

       
Spindle Speeds
R.P.M


850-4500


600-3000

Cycle Times
secs.


2-100


2-100

number of Cross Slides  
4


4

       
Maximum Drill Stroke
mm


100


100

       
Motor Power
Kw

   
 
Main Drive


3.0


3.0

 
Accelerator


0.75


0.75

 
Coolant Pump


0.25


0.25

       
Dimensions (excl. Barfeed)
mm

   
 
Length


1400


1400

 
Width


600


600

 
Height


1600


1600

Shipping Mass
Kg


800


805


 

 


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