EMILL is a table-type bridge mill, adjustable according to the dimensions of the workpiece. Its design guarantees maximum rigidity at the lowest possible price. Though it doesn’t have a transverse crossbeam, it has ram travel up to 1 500 mm / 61.02″. This table-type concept provides greater precision when machining plane surfaces compared to a gantry.
The machine’s frame is made from robust GG30 cast iron. The machine is built with linear guideways, with the axes driven by ball screws powered by motors via planetary gearboxes. The cross section of the headstock, which moves on linear guideways, is 420 x 450 mm / 16.54 x 17.72″, which ensuring extremely high rigidity. The spindle drive is inside the ram, which facilitates a more compact headstock. The machine can be equipped with a 5-axis milling head, either permanently mounted or interchangeable.
The control system is either HEIDENHAIN, SIEMENS or FANUC. EMILL can be equipped with various accessories such as through spindle coolant, alternate milling heads, and a tool changer, including a robot tool changer. Thanks to its modular concept, the machine can be configured exactly to the customer’s demands, including the reworking the dimensions of the machine, constructed quickly, and delivered without delay to the factory floor.