Licon says its i³-technology allows the correction of working spindles independent from each other, also that its customers can use the newly developed LAVA analysis software for machine diagnostics and preventive maintenance.
Based on the machine concept LIFLEX II 444 the company says it has developed three platforms with a maximum spindle distance up to 1,050mm including different spindle distances and a broad variety of configuration possibilities for automotive applications.
It’s claimed that these machining centres offer the free choice between three different loading options like direct load, double trunnion and pallet changer. Loading while machining is possible with short changeover time. Machining includes workpieces with complex geometry as well as workpieces for heavy duty machining.