Machining Center provides multi-tasking.

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Integrex e-410H can turn solid block of material into completed part. It features electronic communication tools for integrated production management functions. Machine provides 1,969 ipm rapid traverse rate, and X and Y axis stroke of 29.13 and ±8.07 in., respectively. Z-axis travel is 72.36 in. B-axis has 240° travel range and performs full 5-axis contouring. Unit's 35 hp main and second spindles, with full C-axis, operate up to 4,000 rpm and deliver 470 lbs-ft of torque.

Original Press Release:

Mazak Introduces a New Generation of the Multi-Tasking Integrex e-410H for an Unprecedented Level of Machining Power

(Florence, KY) Mazak introduces the innovative Integrex e-410H, a high-performance multi-tasking machine that can deliver uncompromised machining with the abilities of a machining center and turning center combined. For example, the Integrex e-410H has the ability to produce a complete 4-cylinder engine block in a single setup, and to do complete turning with 5-axis machining in any combination. This ability to go from a single setup to completed machined parts minimizes-or may even eliminate-in-process inventory. Optional hardening and grinding capabilities further increase the Integrex e-410H's versatility.

The Integrex e-410H is one of Mazak's new "e" machines, which feature electronic communication tools for integrated production management functions such as work scheduling and monitoring of production and machine status along with machine operation functions such as maintenance and machine alarm communication and multi-media trouble shooting and operating manuals. These abilities allow the e-410H to be used independently as a small machine shop or integrated into an advanced Cyber Factory.

The Integrex e-410H has a powerful milling spindle with B-axis, C-axis and X, Y and Z-axes along with an optional second headstock, giving it the ability to handle all possible machining operations needed to turn a solid block of material into a completed part on one machine. The turret column actually has a machining center design for speed and rigidity, with a 1,969 IPM (50 meters per minute) rapid traverse rate, an X-axis stroke of 29.13" and a Y-axis stroke of ± 8.07". Z-axis travel is a long 72.36". These strokes offer great flexibility of part type. The large Y-axis stroke is 16.14", the same size as found on machining centers. As a result it creates an extremely generous machining envelope.

The 35 HP main and second spindles, with full C-axis, operate up to 4,000 RPM and deliver 470 ft./lbs. of torque.

The B-axis has 240° travel range and performs full 5-axis contouring. Now with a 12,000 RPM, 35 HP milling spindle and 40-tool magazine (80, 120 tool optional), large, extremely complex parts can be machined in one setup. Spindle torque is a generous 175 ft./lbs.

The new Mazatrol Fusion 640M Pro CNC system is standard on the Integrex e-410H. With the conversational Mazatrol programming system, all of the complex programming of milling, drilling and tapping are now programmed in the same manner as a machining center.

A novel feature of the Integrex e-410H is the introduction of the e-Tower. The unique e-Tower has scheduling and production status but also offers verbal messaging and blind-spot monitoring with a camera sending the images to the Fusion control screen. E-mail communication through a cell phone link between the machine and off-site personnel allows instant notification of production status or machine alarm occurrence.

Mazak is a world leader in machine tool technology. From advanced multi-tasking machine tools, vertical and horizontal machining centers and turning centers to fully automated Palletech Manufacturing Cells and PC based CNC controllers, Mazak stresses its engineering developments to provide our customers tangible value-added benefits and the most productive
machine tools available. Application assistance available from ten regional Mazak Tech. Centers. For more information, contact the Mazak Corporation at (859) 342-1700 or visit the Mazak website at

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