F9A Boring machine (Automatic CNC)
The FA Series Boring Machines are unlike anything else available to
automotive and diesel engine builders. These machines represent
the next generation of boring equipment, evolving from the Rottler
boring bar which has been the industry standard since 1923. With
improvements in electronic motors and cutting tool technology, Rottler
Boring Machines are two to three times more productive than anything
else available on the market
- Block Clamp Arm – set of 2 (Part# 502-1-30)
- CNC Touch Screen Control, Windows Operating System with Intel Processor
- Internet connection to the boring bar machine computer must be provided for training support and service.
- Automatic Vertical Cycles for Cylinder Boring, Resleeving and Counterboring
- Programming and Machine Operation thru extra bright touch screen.
- Electronic Handwheel for manual operation in .001″ (.01mm) or .005″ (.125mm) increments per Handwheel Detent
- Precision Digital Readout, .0001″ (.002mm) Resolution
- Spindle Travel by Precision Ball Screw & AC Servo Motor – Infinitely Variable
- Vertical Movement – Z Axis – Up and Down – 13″ (330mm)
- Spindle Rotation by AC Servo Motor – Infinitely Variable to 1200 RPM
- Machine Workhead Floats on Air Cushion for Precision Centering controlled from the Touch Screen – Total Travel – Left/Right Direction 40″ 1000mm
- Heavy Duty Spindle 2.68″ (68mm) Diameter with Inner Precision Angular Contact Bearings supported in Adjustable Outer Bearings
- Quick Change Cutterhead System
- Speed – All FA boring bars have the same high performance AC servo motor. Independent feed control allows you to change the feed rate from .001″ (.025mm) to .012″ (.3mm) per revolution.
- Accuracy – The FA series boring bar uses a precision ground ball screw to control feed rate and cutter position. This allows the machines to repeat cutter position accuracy to .0002″ (.005mm).
- Strength – The Rottler proven spindle and bearing design gives you a rigid machine capable of making heavy sleeve cuts for a lifetime. The F9A spindle has been reduced to allow the machining of compact engines such as motorcycles, marine blocks and others.
- Flexibility – With variable feed rates you are able to maximize the performance of the machine. Increase spindle feed rates for simple oversize bores. Decrease feed rates for sleeve cuts or counter bores. The F9A machines can bore from 1.5″ (38mm) to 5″ (127mm). Special carbide tools are available for counterboring, chamfer cutting, offset boring, and O-ringing.
- Reliability – The F Series machines use a high-speed, cogged belt drive system. This and the use of two independent motors to run the spindle speed and feed, entirely eliminates the gear box.
- Cost Savings – The high speed Rottler FA boring bar series machine can bore a block in half the time that other boring machines require. New insert technology is producing long lasting, inexpensive inserts which are capable of handling these high speed and feed rates, with the same cost per insert as previous styles. Inserts do not require sharpening and the low cost of these tools makes them the ultimate choice for boring cylinders.
|Full F9A Boring Machine Specifications||American||Metric|
|Table – Size||50″ x 21″||1270 x 530mm|
|Travel – Spindle Nose to Table||26″||670mm|
|Spindle – Rotation Speed||100 to 1200 RPM|
|Spindle – Motor||3.3 HP 2.5kW HP|
|Bore Capacity (with Optional Cutterheads)||1.5″ – 5″||38 – 127mm|
|Feed per Revolution||Programmable Feed Rates .001″ – .012″||Programmable Feed Rates .025 – .300mm|
|Spindle Travel (Vertical)||13″||330mm|
|Workhead Travel (Horizontal)||40″||1000mm|
|Dimensions – Machine||45D x 51W x 80″ H||1143D x 1956W x 2032mm H|
|Dimensions – Floor Space Requirements||46D x 54W”||1170D x 1372Wmm|
|Dimensions – Shipping||78D x 93W x 93″ H||1854D x 2362W x 2362mm H|
|Machine Weight||3700 lbs||1678 kg|
|Electrical Requirements||208-240V, 30A, 50/60Hz, 1Ph|
|Air Requirements||1 cfm @ 90 psi||28 l/min @ 6 bar|
|Paint Color Code||RAL9002 (Grey White)|
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