Mini Milling Machine with 5 Axis
Pocket NC V2-10 is a 5-axis CNC table top milling machine, a compact tool capable of reproducing even three-dimensional objects.
When it comes to reproducing an object in 3 dimensions, the first thought goes to 3D printers, which are based on the concept of additive manufacturing process: the part is built from the base by adding a layer of molten material at a time.
Milling instead is a subtractive process in which the material is removed from a solid using a sharp tool to reveal what will be the final piece.
CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, which means that the machine is controlled by a series of codes and numbers issued by a computer, these codes are usually issued by a special software.
Conventional milling machines can generally move on 3 linear axes at a time, usually there is a moving part that moving on the fixed part, can move forward and backward in two directions (X and Y axes) and the cutting tool can move up and down (Z axis).
The 2 axes of extra movement are rotational, which for the Pocket NC means that the part can also rotate around the X axis (A axis) and around the Y axis (B axis); the most immediate advantage of this is that it is possible to work on multiple faces of the piece without having to reposition it.
Pocket NC V2-10 can process materials up to a hardness equal to that of titanium G5 and is able to operate optimally with delrin (plastic), aluminum or softer steels.
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The stroke of the Pocket NC is 115 mm in X, 127 mm in Y and 90 mm in Z. The maximum stroke in the A axis is from -25 ° to 135° and the maximum stroke in the B axis is from -360° to 360°.
The machine accepts the standard G code, comes with a series of accessories as standard, while additional accessories are available for purchase separately.
|Spindle Speed:||2000-10000 g/min|
|Power:||200 W (Max)|
|Dimension:||444.5 mm x 279.3 mm|
|Connectivity:||Ethernet, USB e mini USB|
|Power Supply:||90-264 VAC, 127-370 VDC, 47-63Hz|
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