Correa Group will present the new AXIA model as well as a new boring system patented worldwide.
Correa Group will present its last innovations at the EMO 2021 in Milano. The most important international event for the machine-tool sector in 2021. During the show, Nicolás Correa will introduce its new Axia model, and a completely new boring system patented worldwide.
Awarded recently with the IF Gold for its design, the new Axia-70 model combines an innovative mechanical system to compensate the ram drop effect with a unique ram guiding system. It offers a thermo-symmetric structure with an outstanding chip removal rate. The Axia model shown in the exhibition will feature 3000 mm vertical travel, 7000 mm X axis travel and 1750 mm ram travel. Moreover, it is equipped with a universal 6000 rpm head plus a rotary table with linear travel, providing a higher level of flexibility.
The new and unique boring system, incorporated in the Magna model has been patented by Nicolás Correa; It combines the advantages of a milling machine such speed, accuracy, and flexibility with the advantages of a boring machine; stiffness with higher power-torque values. The in-line spindle motor allows to work with 90 kW y 3.438 Nm in S1. The boring bar BM-180 features a diameter of 180 mm with a W travel of 1.000 mm. On top of that, all heads including the boring bar BM-180 can be changed automatically in the head changer system providing the maximum flexibility and productivity.
Promoted by the European association of the Machine Tool industries and related Manufacturing Technologies (CECIMO), the EMO 2021 exhibition, will take place at the Milano fair exhibition centre from the 4th to the 9th of October. It is a worldwide reference event in which all news of machining technology and automatized systems for the most advanced industrial sectors are presented.
Come and visit us at Hall 3 Stand E02 F01
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