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Gantry Machine from H&H Machine Tools

14 August 2006

A new machine, designed and built in Australia by H&H Machine Tools, was supplied to CTRM in Malaysia to manufacture carbon fibre products for the Aerospace industry.

The new H&H ULTRA5 Gantry Milling machine using the Siemens Sinumerik 840D CNC, Simodrive 611D digital drives and 1FN3 linear servo motors, on X, Y & Z axes, with 1FT6 motors on A & C, all supplied and supported by CNC Design Pty Ltd. It is also capable of machining steel and other metal products, with full 5 axis capability.






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