Today we present together with the film team of our video partner Video Vision the new WOTAN S6A 3000 external grinding machine of our brand WEMA-GLAUCHAU. The WOTAN S6A 3000 was newly developed in Glauchau and is suitable for external- internal cylindrical grinding of heavy and long components. The machine is used in the following areas: railway, aerospace, general mechanical engineering and automotive.
The cross-slide configuration allows safe machining of components with a length of up to 3000mm and a weight of up to 1.5 tons with minimum space requirements due to the very rigid machine design, highest precision can be achieved even with high dynamics and in harsh environments. The S6A is equipped with a direct-drive workpiece spindle with a maximum speed of 300 revolutions per minute, with a run-out accuracy of up to 0.5 µ and with a maximum torque of 840Nm. It also features a hydraulically clamping tailstock with a stroke of 150mm and an infinitely adjustable rotary table, which allows angular adjustment of up to 270 degrees, depending on the equipment. The workpiece spindle as well as the reistock can be individually positioned on the machine table.
Read more about the WOTAN® S6A here.
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