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Non-Lifting Indexing Tables carry loads up to 33,000 lb.

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January 17, 2014 - Available in 18–80 in. round, square, and rectangular models, Heavy Duty HC-HB Series uses precision 3-piece Hirth coupling for rigidity and accuracy. Offered with 72 teeth for indexing in 5° increments or 360 teeth for 1° steps, couplings have standard accuracy of ±4 seconds of arc. Tables are driven in either direction via servo motor and clamped hydraulically during machining cycle. Optional self-contained package includes compact single axis controller with integral servo drive.

Indexing Technologies Inc.

37 Orchard St., P.O. Box 252, Ramsey, NJ, 07446 0252, USA

Original Press Release

Heavy Duty Indexing Tables

Press release date: January 17, 2014

Designers of Machine Tools or users of Horizontal Boring Mills, Milling Machines, plus Drilling and Tapping Machines, etc. can achieve greater productivity and profits when using our Heavy Duty HC-HB series of precision, Hirth coupling style Non-Lifting Indexing Tables.

All models from 18" to 80" round, square or rectangular use a precision 3-piece HIRTH coupling for rigidity and accuracy. The HIRTH couplings have either 72 teeth for indexing in 5° increments or 360 teeth for 1° steps and have a standard accuracy of +/- 4 seconds of arc.

The tables are driven in either direction via a servo motor and clamped hydraulically during the machining cycle and can carry loads up to 33,000 lbs. depending upon the model.

Many versions are available for Machine Tool OEM use, built with a custom housing that includes the mounting areas for attaching guideways and a ballscrew nut.

An optional self-contained "package" includes a compact single axis controller with integral servo drive.  The table functions are programmed via an MDI keypad and triggered manually or via an "M" code from the host machine control.  A hydraulic power pack and valve group is included, plus all cables and hoses are fitted with "quick disconnects" to allow rapid mounting and removal from the machine or transporting between several machines.

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