Mazak's next generation Integrex i-H gives a performance boost

The Integrex series from Mazak has been designed reduce lead time, meet requirements like machining large diameter long workpieces, machining of difficult-to-cut materials as well as automation.

The Integrex series from Mazak has been designed to reduce lead time, meet requirements like machining large diameter long workpieces, machining of difficult-to-cut materials as well as automation.

The next generation Integrex machines have enhanced mechanical performance and machine structure that are designed to easily integrate with automation.

The front of the machine adopts a flat design to easily incorporate automation systems and the compact 20,000rpm high-speed spindle (option) has improved output and torque, enabling high-speed machining of aluminium.

The compact milling spindle with automatic tool changer enlarges the machining area and minimises interference.

The integral spindle/motor has no gears or belts that can cause vibration to ensure excellent finished surfaces as well as high reliability. The integral spindle/motor design also provides fast machining cycle times.

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