Complete Range of Machine Tool Applications
The Siemens SINUMERIK 828D Control for Milling/Turning is perfect for Knee/Bed Mills, Boring Mills, Vertical Machining Centers, Routers, VTLs, Lathes, and Grinders. The control system is suitable for any machine that has up to 4 interpolating axes. Servo motors are available up to 170 Nm, which makes the 828D CNC an excellent option for small to the largest size machines.
The Highest Precision
SINUMERIK CNCs and SINAMICS drives compute with high-performance 80 bit NANO accuracy. This eliminates rounding errors and results in an extremely high internal computational accuracy in the complete controller circuit. Feed forward control ensures that errors are almost completely compensated — and jerk limitation reduces stress on the mechanical system when axes accelerate. Thanks to Dynamic Servo Control, SINAMICS drives offer additional position control — and as an additional feature, disturbance resistance for the machine control.
When machining many CNC blocks in the shortest time, for example, free-form surfaces, the machining process itself no longer defines the speed, but the performance of the CNC system. With the Advanced Surface feature, SINUMERIK CNC offers you the ideal solution. Advanced Surface stands for state-of-the-art control algorithms, such as Look Ahead or the dynamic compression of linear and circular blocks in fifth degree polynomials (NURBS). This means that machines equipped with SINUMERIK controls can be operated at their physical limit.
Technology Cycles for every Machining Operation
SINUMERIK controls offer a range of drilling, milling and turning cycles that are absolutely unique in the marketplace — from basic machining operations such as centering, deep-hole drilling, milling circular pockets and turning grooves, up to more complex machining operations such as engraving, deep-hole milling and the trochoidal milling of hard metals. Based upon intelligent kinematic transformations, technology cycles are available at all machining planes. For example, at the face or peripheral surfaces of turned workpieces, or in swiveled planes of milling workpieces.