Invest, but do it right!
The purchase of a new CNC-machining centre is a popular subject of diploma thesis and term papers as many factors have to be considered for economically sensible use. But not everyone has a diploma student in command and especially smaller businesses often make decisions based on fewer criterias.
The small purchase advise is to help finding the right machine and focuses on the essential components of CNC-machining centres. A thorough rating of all aspects or an economical calculation cannot be carried out though.
|Section 1: Construction and machine table|
|Section 2: Extraction and equipping|
|Section 3: Safety device|
|Section 4: Stops and working spheres|
|Section 5: Drilling and sawing|
|Section 6: Tool changing machine|
|Section 7: Axis|
|Section 8: Spindle performance|
|Section 9: Gluing edges|
|Abschnitt 10: Software|
This guide has been parallelly published in the magazine DDS (03/2019) - the magazine for furniture and construction.
Norbert Zeller is the senior product manager CNC machining centres of Höchsmann. During his career he's gained experience with machines of all relevant manufacturers.