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Vertical and horizontal conversion table of five-axis machining center

There are two structures for the vertical and horizontal conversion of the worktable. One is to use a 45° inclined plane for vertical and horizontal conversion and positioning (Figure 1, 2). The advantage is that the 45° inclined plane has a large contact surface, the worktable has good rigidity and load-bearing, and Switching between upright and lying down does not affect the stroke. The positioning surface is not stressed, ensuring high accuracy. The other type is called a cradle-type workbench (Figure 3). Since it uses a shaft-holding method for positioning, the positioning accuracy is poor, and the load-bearing capacity of the workbench is also light. It will receive a large torque during processing, which is a problem for positioning. Unreliable. A lot of travel will be consumed when changing the worktable between upright and horizontal positions. Generally used in economical machining centers.

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