Horizontal machining center refers to the situation where the spindle and the work table are set in parallel. This kind of machining center is relatively rare in the market. Because there are fewer users to purchase, there are more users who purchase vertical machining centers in general.
Under normal circumstances, the conventional horizontal machining center has three linear coordinate axes plus a worktable rotation axis, and its worktable is square. The horizontal machining center can clamp the workpieces at one time to complete the processing of the other surfaces except the installation surface and the top surface, and is most suitable for processing box parts.
What are the tool magazines of the machining center
The tool magazine of the horizontal machining center can be divided into four types according to the shape of the tool magazine. They are bucket-type tool magazine, umbrella-type tool magazine, disc-type tool magazine and chain-type tool magazine. These four types of tool magazines are commonly used in machining centers. The tool change speed, tool change method, and tool capacity of these four types of tool magazines are generally the same. The faster tool change speed is the disc type tool magazine. And the chain type tool magazine; the tool capacity is the chain type tool magazine, the size of each tool magazine is different, so the tool capacity is also different.
Tool magazine for horizontal machining center
The common tool magazines used in horizontal machining centers are umbrella type tool magazines, disc tool magazines and chain tool magazines. These three types of tool magazines are commonly used in horizontal machining centers, and the most used one is the disc. There are relatively few tool magazines and chain tool magazines and umbrella tool magazines used in horizontal machining centers. Disc-type tool magazines are commonly used in small horizontal machining centers, while chain-type tool magazines are commonly used in large horizontal machining centers. The above is the tool magazine commonly used by editors.