BFR2

5-axis machining center

5-Axis Machining Center REIDEN BFR23

Rigid basic concept for dealing with high machining forces

This generously dimensioned machine design with box-type guide ways guarantees stability and smooth running even with extreme cutting forces.

5-axis machining centres are exposed to more complex loads than other machines due to their substantially greater technology range. Accordingly, all the forces occurring in multi-axis simultaneous machining have already been taken into account when dimensioning the machine cross-section. The machine design is modular and expandable. The mechanical components vary only in the X axis, i.e. as a function of the travel and the table version.

Integrated pivot design for maximum flexibility

By optimal arrangement of the pivot axes, machining can be carried out at almost any angle. With this machine design, changing the workpiece setup is a thing of the past.