BIESSE ROVER 15
Middle class machine of a series of inexpensive machining centers, which Biesse introduced on the market in the mid-1990s and only discontinued in 2005, after a change of their model policy.
Working range 2.200 x 950 mm, router head with ISO30 tool holder 2.2 kW, drilling unit with 10 vertical and 6 horizontal drills as well as a groove saw. The control NC410 had a floppy disc drive and a color display as well as simple, graphically supported programming options. Furthermore, the Rover 15 already allowed alternating processing.
Working spindle with 3.6 or 6.6 kW, 3-fold tool changer, serial interface RS232, barcode reader, more powerful control XNC Compact.