BIESSE ROVER 30
CNC-machining centre with a large working range and extensive configuration options for different applications, which was introduced by Biesse in the late 1990s. Until the production was discontinued in 2005, the configuration options were steadily expanded.
At launch of the machine, only one machine table size existed, with the dimensions of 4.438 x 1.250 mm. Since 2001, 3 table sizes were available:
The basic equipment consisted of a working spindle with 6.6 kW, 12-fold chain changer and a drilling unit with 20 vertical and 8 horizontal drills.
Working spindle with 7.7 kW, groove saw traversable by 90 degrees, C-axis, chip conveyor. The number of working spindles could be extended to 3.
Since 1999, the machine was offered in 2 more basic configurations, which contained another pickup tool changer as well as either 3 working spindles, which could acces all tool changing positions or 2 working spindles with an additional ride-along disc tool changer. The total number of tool changing positions could thus be increased up to 35.