AIM Engineering is delighted to have received a new Haas UMC-750 tooling machine at Arlington Aerospace’s Aviation Park site in Broughton.
For the technically-minded, the UMC-750 is a 5-axis 40-taper vertical machining center with 762 x 559 x 508 travels, a powerful 8100-rpm inline direct-drive spindle driven by a 22 kW vector drive system, and a 40+1 tool side-mount tool changer.
This is a state-of-the-art machine that’s equipped with a 630 x 500 mm integrated dual-axis trunnion table (featuring standard T-slots, as well as a precision pilot bore, for fixturing versatility). The table has +110 and -35 degrees of tilt and 360 degrees of rotation to provide excellent tool clearance and large part capacity.
But in essence, what the UMC-750 will do is increase our manufacturing capacity in small to mid-range tooling and compliment our ever expanding 5-Axis Machine capabilities.