With the world's first inverted machine tool line-up, MODIG is transforming the way we will think about generic 5-axes part and component machining.
What is Inverted Machining?
The short answer would be that an inverted machining center is a vertical machining center, turned upside down. A machine that machines from below or from the bottom on up-so to speak. But there is a more complex answer to it in that it constitutes a radical departure from traditional machining.
Today's manufacturing is signified by ever more closely geometric part tolerances, part and component complexity and faster production times. Manufacturing companies are scrambling to meet these demands with traditional processes, either vertical milling machines (machining from above over the workpiece) or horizontal milling machines (machine spindle engagement from the side).
Clearly, there is an acute need for enhanced solutions.
The MODIG Solution
In search of elevated machine tool performance and precision, MODIG's out of the box thinking and applied engineering expertise led to a radical departure from existing machine designs. Numerous machining simulations and beta testing demonstrated that tool engagements from below the parts yielded excellent chip control at elevated removal rates and that such a machine design offered optimum machine dynamics and stability.
The inverted machining center with all its inherent machining advantages over traditional processes was born.
The All-New, Inverted Machines Feature:
The innovative machines guarantee end-process reliability, excellence in volumetric accuracy, elevated machining parameters and upgrades for Best in Manufacturing Practice in Cost-Quality-Time.
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