The new SwissNano 7
The ergonomics and exclusive design of the SwissNano are now available in a new dimension. With a 7 mm bar capacity, the SwissNano 7 retains the 4 mm version’s advantages, such as the kinematics and the excellent thermal stability that ensured the success of the 4 mm version.
With a 7 mm bar capacity, the SwissNano 7 retains the 4 mm version’s advantages, such as the kinematics and the excellent thermal stability that ensured the success of the 4 mm version.
Increased machining capacity
While the machine is inspired by the 4 mm version, it was designed to chart its own course. An example of this is its machining capacity,
which has been substantially increased to meet the new challenges our customers are sure to offer it. The original machining capacity of
Ø 4x28 mm has been boosted to Ø 7x50 mm and, the spindle power more than doubled to 2.5 kW, to enable the machine to process bars
made from the hardest of materials. The machining area has been redesigned and the available tooling expanded and optimized to enable
numerous operations providing high added value. The result is a machine that offers unrivaled performance: Its thermal stability, precision and excellent flexibility represent a significant milestone. The machine's small footprint means it occupies the same space as a cam-type machine, with no need to rearrange the workshop.
The machine's 6-axis kinematics offer numerical settings in all dimensions. At the heart of the concept is the back spindle mounted on
3 linear axes, which makes the machine extremely user friendly. Supports holding 2, 3 or 4 tools can be installed under the back spindle,
enabling the machine to perform operations in parallel on the two platens. The main platen includes three positions for the rotating tools; it can hold transverse drills, a polygon tool or a gear hobbing tool. This opens up the possibility of machining operations not previously possible on this range. A horn can be mounted on the platten to house two front tool holders, enabling both main and secondary operations. The machine's secondary operation device can be fitted with 4 tools, 2 of which can be motorized.
Benefits for you
- Industry 4.0 ready
- High precision
- Small footprint
- Quick and easy to set up
- Reliable and productive
- Excellent thermal behaviour
- Lower energy consumption
- 3-axis back spindle
- Machining with or without guide bush
- 6 linear axes + 2 C axes
- 2 independent tool systems
- Polygon operations
- Thread whirling
- Gear hobbing
Turning machines (lathes)