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Technology end working machines
Over the years, end-working machine technology has undergone steady and continuous development. END-WORKING MACHINES, MACHINE
Today's machine is capable of performing complex functions that were unheard of just a few years ago. END WORKING
Basically, end-working machines face and center shaft ends, a simple yet often overlooked procedure ENDWORKING
critical to successfully finishing a wide range and complexity of parts. In fact, holding the final part's squareness, FACE & CENTER
roundness and runout tolerances often depends entirely on the success of the initial face and centering phase of the machining operation. FACING & CENTERING
Also, eliminating secondary operations by combining them with initial end finishing can result in significant cost savings, which can CHAMFERING
be passed on to customers. endworking machines
Seneca Falls used a unique building block concept to manufacture its top-of-the-line EW Series machines. The concept lets END-FINSHING
customers choose their own specific machine configuration, producing machines with single, opposed heads for plunge or spot END FINISHING
facing and center drilling, multiple head machine machines combining milling with drilling, or units equipped with feedout heads ENDFINISHING
for contour turning and similar functions.
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Seneca Falls EW Series machines don't stop here. Automatic tool changers, indexing tool turrets, automatic loading systems, tool END TURNING, END-TURNING
wear monitoring, and gauging are among the full range of options available with the series. These options allow the machine to stand alone MILLING & CENTERING & TAPPING
or be used as part of an integrated cell.
The EW50 has two single-axis spindles for centering part ends. The EW75 has two single-axis headstocks; one left hand, one main MILL & CENTER & TAP
hand - each with a combination plunge facing and drilling spindle. The EW100 is similar to the EW75 except it has two two-axis headstocks, MILLING & DRILLING
each with a cross-milling spindle and one or two drilling spindles or tapping spindles. The EW100V is a vertical with a single headstock and a VERTICAL END-WORKING MACHINE(S)
two-axis headstock. Note: the maximum number of spindles per headstock is three. It should also be noted that it's not necessary to have the
same number of spindles at each end. end-working machine
Headstock longitudinal and cross ways are coated with a anti-friction material to minimize stick-slip. All way surfaces are automatically lubricated
and equipped with wipers to protect them from dirt and chips. Surfaces are hand scraped for a precision fit.
The EW Series End-Working Machines use various GE Fanuc CNC controllers - other models available on request - depending on the model
configuration and application