drive spindle

drive spindle

[′drīv ‚spin·dəl]
(engineering)
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The machine at TRP is specified with the optional 26 kW, 15,000 revs/ min gear-driven, direct drive spindle.
Engineered with motor and drive spindle connected in-line through a planetary gear assembly, the CALA 36 linear actuator offers a compact 12 or 24 VDC system for industrial applications.
The 30bp peak Direct Drive Spindle (DDS) accelerates from 0 to 14,000 rpm in just 1.
Features include a powerful direct drive spindle for both high-speed machining and heavy-cutting applications.
A magnetic platform uses the microwave oven's turntable drive spindle as a power source.
Although these forces are nearly always transverse, resulting only in spindle fracture, there has been at least one incident where the axial forces during burst caused the high-velocity ejection of the drive spindle.
Utilizing the company s Direct Drive Spindle, the center has a maximum spindle speed of 12,000 rpm.
Wires are then dressed and fixed along the DUT, to the arbor holding the DUT, run up through the center of the arbor drive spindle, and to a slip ring that transfers the sensor data to a computer.
Makino a81M now includes the high-torque, high-thrust integral drive spindle to provide productivity and reliability.
Utilization of DDS--direct drive spindle motor gearless technology--the Duracenter 5 ensures that the full power of the spindle is applied at all speeds.
The machine is equipped with a HSK-100, 35 - 50 hp, 12,000 RPM direct drive spindle with chiller and a GE Fanuc 16 IM CNC control system, drives, and servo motors.
5-HP (peak) vector drive spindle that uses standard 40-taper tooling and spins to 4,000 rpm, a pushbutton tool-release system, and either a 10-pocket or 20-pocket tool changer can be added for automatic operation.