CNC Jig Boring Machines are used for precision machining in industries including aerospace, tool and die making, and performance automotive. These machines are rigid enough for heavy cuts, and they can produce detailed workpieces like irregularly curved forms with tolerances as low as +/- .0001".
SIP created the first jig boring machines just after World War I, and today the brand continues to be synonymous with ultimate precision and quality. Modern models include options like tilting rotary tables, which allow for machining on five sides of a workpiece.
The SIP 640 is capable of rapid displacement of up to 240 inches per minute for each of the X, Y, and Z axes. It comes equipped with a rotary table.
Three Misui Seiki CNC jig bores are also available for sale at mmi-direct.com. Of these, the Mitsui Seiki J6CN has the most features and capabilities including Fanuc 6m controls, an 18 inch Eimeldingen Programmable Tilting Rotary Table, and a 20 tool automatic tool changer. It also includes a bi-directional spindle, and helical interpolation can be used for threading or milling applications. You can view the findings from a recent Ballbar test on the auction website.
To view these Jig Boring Machines and the other machines available, please visit Machinery Marketing International or call us for more information at (312) 226-4150.