Ergo 260 GS

The Ergo 260 GS is the showpiece of the Ergo family, featuring two specific units for simultaneous internal and external grinding. Unbeatable flexibility makes the Ergo 260 GS an ideal choice for both small businesses and major manufacturers. It is designed for turning and grinding in a single set-up parts sized up to 250mm, delivering capex savings, along with lower unit costs, shorter cycle times, and superb quality standards for machined parts.

Advantages:

  • Turning and finishing in a single set-up on the one machine, enabling major capex savings.
  • Superior quality and high output levels, thanks to machining in a single set-up.
  • Extreme precision thanks to the thermal stability and vibration absorption of the bedframe.
  • The quality standards delivered in turning operations means grinding is necessary only for superior quality finishes.
  • Minimal wear of the grinding wheel reduces dressing frequency, thus significantly reducing cycle time.
  • The design of the work area and the pick-up spindle ensures that swarf and filings fall away freely.
  • Minimal loading/unloading times thanks to extremely short strokes.
  • A steel guard shields the work area to prevent swarf and filings interfering with loading or causing wear and tear to machine components.
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TURNING CAPACITY

Standard chuck diameter [mm] 260
Max chuck diameter [mm] 320
Max turning diameter [mm] 350
Max swing diameter [mm] 360
Max turning length [mm] 310

AXES

Total stroke X axis [mm] 1170
Machining stroke X axis [mm] 540
Total stroke X1 axis [mm] 100
Total stroke Y axis [mm] --
Total stroke Z axis [mm] 215
Total stroke Z1 axis [mm] 100
Rapid speed X axis [m/min] 90
Rapid speed X1 axis [m/min] 15
Rapid speed Z axis [m/min] 60
Rapid speed Z1 axis [m/min] 15
Ballscrew diameter X axis [mm] 40
Ballscrew diameter X1 axis [mm] 32
Ballscrew diameter Z axis [mm] 40
Ballscrew diameter Z1 axis [mm] 32
Nominal Thrusth X axis [kN] 4,7
Nominal Thrusth X1 axis [kN] 4,3
Nominal Thrusth Z axis [kN] 4,5
Nominal Thrusth Z1 axis [kN] 4,3
S3-25% Thrusth X axis [kN] 12,6
S3-25% Thrusth X1 axis [kN] 7,5
S3-25% Thrusth Z axis [kN] 10
S3-25% Thrusth Z1 axis [kN] 7,5

MAIN ELECTROSPINDLE

Spindle nose [ASA] 6
Front bearing ø [mm] 110
Nominal power [kW] 23,6
Nominal torque [Nm] 146
Max torque [Nm] 196
Max speed [Rpm] 5300

TOOLS TURRET (Fixed/Live tools)

Toolholders type [VDI] 40
Toolholders [N°] 12
Max power [kW] 12,5
Max torque [Nm] 88
Max speed [Rpm] 8000/10000
Max tools length [mm] 250
Indexing time [sec] 0,25

GENERAL DATA

Loading/Unloading time [sec] 7 - 11
Machine Weight [kg] 12000
Main connection [V/Hz] 400/50 or 440/60
Compressed air [bar] 5
Conveyor height [mm] 1050
Lenght/Width/Height [mm] (Without chip conveyor) 3080/3791/2850

EXTERNAL GRINDING SPINDLE

Nominal power [kW] 12
Nominal torque [Nm] 14,5
Speed range [Rpm] 4000-10000

INTERNAL GRINDING SPINDLE

Nominal power [kW] 7
Nominal torque [Nm] 3,5
Speed range [Rpm] 20000-40000

INFINITY OPTION "L" OPTION "Y" OPTION

Ergo 260 GS

The Ergo 260 GS is the showpiece of the Ergo family, featuring two specific units for simultaneous internal and external grinding. Unbeatable flexibility makes the Ergo 260 GS an ideal choice for both small businesses and major manufacturers. It is designed for turning and grinding in a single set-up parts sized up to 250mm, delivering capex savings, along with lower unit costs, shorter cycle times, and superb quality standards for machined parts.

Advantages:

  • Turning and finishing in a single set-up on the one machine, enabling major capex savings.
  • Superior quality and high output levels, thanks to machining in a single set-up.
  • Extreme precision thanks to the thermal stability and vibration absorption of the bedframe.
  • The quality standards delivered in turning operations means grinding is necessary only for superior quality finishes.
  • Minimal wear of the grinding wheel reduces dressing frequency, thus significantly reducing cycle time.
  • The design of the work area and the pick-up spindle ensures that swarf and filings fall away freely.
  • Minimal loading/unloading times thanks to extremely short strokes.
  • A steel guard shields the work area to prevent swarf and filings interfering with loading or causing wear and tear to machine components.
Request info