- Vertical and compact design with force measuring principle and permanent calibration
- Small space requirement
- Quick and uncomplicated starting operation
- Can be installed without foundation
- Highest measuring accuracy
- Ergonomic operating concept
- Short retooling time by means of force measuring principle
- Pneumatically actuated quick-clamping system for reproducible tool seat
- Balancing in one or two levels
- Space-saving monoblock design with integrated measuring station and measuring device
- Through permanent calibration, ease of operation, no calibration runs required
- Balancing possible in one or two levels
- A screw-in indicator with laser marking serves for accurate locating of compensation place
- Automatic measuring cycle is selectable with stepless, adjustable values for run-up, measuring and braking time
- You can count on the Tooldyne when a simple, quick and cost effective balancing is involved
- Safe working on the machine by observing the current machine guidelines 2006/42/EC
Application areaWe demand more and more from machine tools - greater speeds, higher accuracy, and better quality. Our demands have led to extraordinary progress in the processing technology.
Capabilities that we did not expect earlier are standard today. Modern high-speed machines offer impressive advantages.
The increased requirements for accuracy, however, can only be fulfilled when tool, tool holder, and spindle are precisely balanced. Increasing operating speeds lead to increasing unbalance-related forces. The consequences are dangerous vibrations, rattling, poor surface quality, and increased wear of the tool and spindle bearing.
Because we are further expanding our present production capacities, and we want to exceed the quality standards that our customers expect, fine balancing is increasingly important.
Tooldyne SV was especially developed to achieve high-precision results in as short a time as possible, and particularly for a broad spectrum of tools and tool receiving sockets.
DesignForce-measuring vertical balancing machines, compact in design. Operation-friendly menu guidance and display on a monitor.
A pneumatically actuated clamping mechanism pulls the tool automatically into the spindle in order to reproduce the operating conditions exactly and ensure reproducible seat, which is indispensable for fine balancing.
|Technical data at a glance||Tooldyne|
|Balancing speed||[min -1]||to 1200|
|Min. achievable residual unbalance 1)||[gmm/kg]||0,5|
|1) Min. achievable residual unbalance acc. ISO 21940-21 (2012), but not better then the upper limit of measuring uncertainty|