Truing and Dressing Machines,Model FC-700W

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Machine Features

Heavy duty construction with one-piece cast iron base.
Cross table incorporates precision linear slides, ball screws, and is fully covered for accuracy and long life.
Variable speed 3HP (2.2 KW) motor with quick-change #40 Taper spindle standard. HSK50, HSK63 or customer specified spindle and adapters are available to suit all CNC and non-CNC grinding machines.
Machine can be provided with a dust-collection system (optional).
Heavy duty rotary table pivots with two pairs of precision angular contact bearings.
Variable-speed dressing wheel and the oscillation is adjustable in position, stroke and frequency.
RushVision system allows for easy setup and for measuring wheel diameter, width, position, and inspection during or after dressing.

Standard Accessories

High resolution B/W camera with zoom lens and preset magnifications (15x, 30x & 60x).
Automatic power zooming control system.
AutoView Automatic camera slide positioning.
Video overlay (CAD generated drawing overlaid on live video image).
Onboard PC with Windows operating system and 19” display monitor.
RushVision software program.
Optical linear scales with digital display counter (.0001”/.001mm increment) X, Y axis.
High performance swivel angle reader (0.03 degree increments)
Automatic dressing wheel swiveling, oscillation and auto- infeed (Servo driven, PLC controlled) – FC-700EX only.
Instruction and parts manual.
One-year limited warranty.
Quick-change wheel spindle for ISO40. Other tapers available.
One day of setup and training by Rush Personnel.

 

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