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Bank ordered Sale! Late model equipment moved to Tracy, Ca (Closed #7505549)

All equipment move to MachineryMax Tracy, Ca Location. Items Include 2013 SCM S15B Pratix CNC Router, 2014 Brandt Edgebander, Disa Dust Collector- Items have been professionally disassembled by an SCM Technician.

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(2013) SCM Pratix S15B CNC Router

Located in Tracy, Ca

 
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(2013) SCM Pratix S15B CNC Router 

5x12 Table

High precision, High load Prismatic Bearing guides

A.C. Servo motors X,Y, and Z Axis

Solid State inverter controls router RPM

Remote Pendant

Mobile stand panel with Stand Alone PC

9HP Routing Unit including HSK F63 quick release tool holder 1500-24000 rpm spindle speed,

Presetting for angular driven heads incluing Air blowers on electrospindle, TOuch probe

(7) Spindle Drill Block

Dual Becker vacuum pumps

Pratix S15 B
-
C
NC Machining Center
(0
3
.
01.14
)
Base Design and Construction
The SCM Pratix
S15 owes its rigidity to the design and weight of its reinforced base and innovative one
-
piece
frame. All portions of the base are of heavy gauge steel and are normalized after welding, a process which
ensures that all stress in the base is removed befor
e it is machined and drilled for the guides.
Today's machining centers are being asked to perform a wide variety of operations at the highest speeds possible
while, at the same time, maintaining a high quality of cut. Micro
-
vibrations are created around a
ll types of CNC
machining centers where there is head positioning, drilling, and high speed routing taking place on the machine
base. SCM solves the problem of deadening vibration as well as offering rigidity by employing heavy gauge steel
members for the
base of the machine. This weight, coupled with the one
-
piece frame offers the best combination
of rigidity and balanced strength on a bridge design. Movement along the X &Y is high precision rack and pinion
while the Z
-
axes is driven by a ball screw.
Hi
gh Precision, High Load Prismatic Bearing Guides
SCM uses prismatic guides for support in all axes. Due to their added weight load capability (approximately 4
times that of conventional round guides), prismatic type guides can permit accurate head positio
ning at high
speeds.
A.C. Servo Motors X,Y & Z Axes
A.C. servomotors, or A.C. brushless motors as they are sometimes called, are the latest in electronic linear
motion technology. A.C. servomotors use less power and produce a more even output (drive) thr
oughout the
power band. The ability to maintain a constant torque setting when going from an idle setting into a heavy rout
produces cleaner cuts and longer tool life. These motors are controlled by digital supply cards that offer the
reliability and preci
sion fine tuning associated with solid state electronics.
Solid State Inverter Controls Router RPM
Solid State frequency inverters support the programmable router spindle speeds (S functions). By utilizing digital
inverter technology, the programmer can
select the correct cutter RPM and match it to the correct linear/rotational
feed speed for the specific application and/or material being cut. This will give optimum quality of cut while greatly
extending tool life. The inverter also acts as an electronic
brake, stopping the router spindle motor in
microseconds if an emergency signal is given.
Pratix S15 B
-
C
NC Machining Center
(0
3
.
01.14
)
Base Design and Construction
The SCM Pratix
S15 owes its rigidity to the design and weight of its reinforced base and innovative one
-
piece
frame. All portions of the base are of heavy gauge steel and are normalized after welding, a process which
ensures that all stress in the base is removed befor
e it is machined and drilled for the guides.
Today's machining centers are being asked to perform a wide variety of operations at the highest speeds possible
while, at the same time, maintaining a high quality of cut. Micro
-
vibrations are created around a
ll types of CNC
machining centers where there is head positioning, drilling, and high speed routing taking place on the machine
base. SCM solves the problem of deadening vibration as well as offering rigidity by employing heavy gauge steel
members for the
base of the machine. This weight, coupled with the one
-
piece frame offers the best combination
of rigidity and balanced strength on a bridge design. Movement along the X &Y is high precision rack and pinion
while the Z
-
axes is driven by a ball screw.
Hi
gh Precision, High Load Prismatic Bearing Guides
SCM uses prismatic guides for support in all axes. Due to their added weight load capability (approximately 4
times that of conventional round guides), prismatic type guides can permit accurate head positio
ning at high
speeds.
A.C. Servo Motors X,Y & Z Axes
A.C. servomotors, or A.C. brushless motors as they are sometimes called, are the latest in electronic linear
motion technology. A.C. servomotors use less power and produce a more even output (drive) thr
oughout the
power band. The ability to maintain a constant torque setting when going from an idle setting into a heavy rout
produces cleaner cuts and longer tool life. These motors are controlled by digital supply cards that offer the
reliability and preci
sion fine tuning associated with solid state electronics.
Solid State Inverter Controls Router RPM
Solid State frequency inverters support the programmable router spindle speeds (S functions). By utilizing digital
inverter technology, the programmer can
select the correct cutter RPM and match it to the correct linear/rotational
feed speed for the specific application and/or material being cut. This will give optimum quality of cut while greatly
extending tool life. The inverter also acts as an electronic
brake, stopping the router spindle motor in
microseconds if an emergency signal is given.
Pratix S15 B
-
C
NC Machining Center
(0
3
.
01.14
)
Base Design and Construction
The SCM Pratix
S15 owes its rigidity to the design and weight of its reinforced base and innovative one
-
piece
frame. All portions of the base are of heavy gauge steel and are normalized after welding, a process which
ensures that all stress in the base is removed befor
e it is machined and drilled for the guides.
Today's machining centers are being asked to perform a wide variety of operations at the highest speeds possible
while, at the same time, maintaining a high quality of cut. Micro
-
vibrations are created around a
ll types of CNC
machining centers where there is head positioning, drilling, and high speed routing taking place on the machine
base. SCM solves the problem of deadening vibration as well as offering rigidity by employing heavy gauge steel
members for the
base of the machine. This weight, coupled with the one
-
piece frame offers the best combination
of rigidity and balanced strength on a bridge design. Movement along the X &Y is high precision rack and pinion
while the Z
-
axes is driven by a ball screw.
Hi
gh Precision, High Load Prismatic Bearing Guides
SCM uses prismatic guides for support in all axes. Due to their added weight load capability (approximately 4
times that of conventional round guides), prismatic type guides can permit accurate head positio
ning at high
speeds.
A.C. Servo Motors X,Y & Z Axes
A.C. servomotors, or A.C. brushless motors as they are sometimes called, are the latest in electronic linear
motion technology. A.C. servomotors use less power and produce a more even output (drive) thr
oughout the
power band. The ability to maintain a constant torque setting when going from an idle setting into a heavy rout
produces cleaner cuts and longer tool life. These motors are controlled by digital supply cards that offer the
reliability and preci
sion fine tuning associated with solid state electronics.
Solid State Inverter Controls Router RPM
Solid State frequency inverters support the programmable router spindle speeds (S functions). By utilizing digital
inverter technology, the programmer can
select the correct cutter RPM and match it to the correct linear/rotational
feed speed for the specific application and/or material being cut. This will give optimum quality of cut while greatly
extending tool life. The inverter also acts as an electronic
brake, stopping the router spindle motor in
microseconds if an emergency signal is given.
Pratix S15 B
-
C
NC Machining Center
(0
3
.
01.14
)
Base Design and Construction
The SCM Pratix
S15 owes its rigidity to the design and weight of its reinforced base and innovative one
-
piece
frame. All portions of the base are of heavy gauge steel and are normalized after welding, a process which
ensures that all stress in the base is removed befor
e it is machined and drilled for the guides.
Today's machining centers are being asked to perform a wide variety of operations at the highest speeds possible
while, at the same time, maintaining a high quality of cut. Micro
-
vibrations are created around a
ll types of CNC
machining centers where there is head positioning, drilling, and high speed routing taking place on the machine
base. SCM solves the problem of deadening vibration as well as offering rigidity by employing heavy gauge steel
members for the
base of the machine. This weight, coupled with the one
-
piece frame offers the best combination
of rigidity and balanced strength on a bridge design. Movement along the X &Y is high precision rack and pinion
while the Z
-
axes is driven by a ball screw.
Hi
gh Precision, High Load Prismatic Bearing Guides
SCM uses prismatic guides for support in all axes. Due to their added weight load capability (approximately 4
times that of conventional round guides), prismatic type guides can permit accurate head positio
ning at high
speeds.
A.C. Servo Motors X,Y & Z Axes
A.C. servomotors, or A.C. brushless motors as they are sometimes called, are the latest in electronic linear
motion technology. A.C. servomotors use less power and produce a more even output (drive) thr
oughout the
power band. The ability to maintain a constant torque setting when going from an idle setting into a heavy rout
produces cleaner cuts and longer tool life. These motors are controlled by digital supply cards that offer the
reliability and preci
sion fine tuning associated with solid state electronics.
Solid State Inverter Controls Router RPM
Solid State frequency inverters support the programmable router spindle speeds (S functions). By utilizing digital
inverter technology, the programmer can
select the correct cutter RPM and match it to the correct linear/rotational
feed speed for the specific application and/or material being cut. This will give optimum quality of cut while greatly
extending tool life. The inverter also acts as an electronic
brake, stopping the router spindle motor in
microseconds if an emergency signal is given.
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Additional Information
Located 1905 N Macarthur Dr STE 110 Tracy Ca
MAKE SCM
MODEL Pratix S15B
SERIAL NUMBER AH-116763
YEAR 2013
PHASE 3 PHASE
VOLTAGE 230/460
INSPECTION DATE By Appt Call Charles 925-872-0929
FINAL REMOVAL DATE June 30, 2017
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