MASTERWOOD PROJECT 319
Production:
approx. 1992
approx. 1995

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MASTERWOOD PROJECT 319

After the companies Zangheri&Boschetti and Muti merged and thus Masterwood arised in 1990, the production of CNC machining centres started.

The models Project 319 and Project 323 belonged to the first generation of machining centres and based on the same basic model. The only difference was the design of the aggregates support, which was equipped with a higher number of drills and free spaces for milling spindles or sawing aggregates in Project 323.

An interesting feature was the pickup changer, developed and patented by Masterwood, which could travel along the aggregates support and which allowed very fast tool changes despite the simple technical solution.

In 1995, the series has been equipped with a new generation of controls. The equipment and the general design have been retained.

In about 1996, the production was discontinued.

Technical data

  • Working range (milling area): 2.920 x 950 x 65 mm
  • Router head with 3.6 (optional 6.6) kW and ISO30 tool holder
  • Drilling block with 10 vertical drills, 4 drills horizontal in plus/minus X, 2 drills horizontal in plus/minus Y as well as a groove saw fixed in X
  • 4-fold pickup changer

Image source: Höchsmann GmbH, Picture 3: Masterwood (1995)

Images

Aggregateträger Project 319
MASTERWOOD, 1992
Project 323 Werkzeugwechsler
MASTERWOOD, 1992
Steuerung Project 319
MASTERWOOD, 1995

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