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Fellows 10-4

Ref : 29369
Condition : Used
Manufacturer : Fellows
Model : 10-4
Spindle Speed : -
Short Description : -
Year(s) : -
Quantity : 1
Location : Seller or machines location:
United States (USA)

Reference #29369


FELLOWS 10-4 CNC Gear Shaper
Serial No.: 34852

FEATURES:
GE Fanuc PowerMate D 2-Axis CNC Control, 1999 Retrofit
Hydraulically Operated Collet Fixture
15 HP Main Drive Motor
4" Bore Workslide Cylinder
Outboard Support
Tapered Riser Block, (2" Front, 1" Rear)
Tailstock

CAPACITIES:
Max Pitch Diameter, External .......... 10"
Min Pitch Diameter, Internal .......... 10"
Max Diametral Pitch, Spur ............. 4 DP
Max Diametral Pitch, Helical .......... 5 DP
Max Face Width ........................ 4"
Max Helix Angle w/ 5" Cutter .......... 45 Deg
Max O D of Fixture .................... 19"
Max Stroke Length ..................... 5"
Max Strokes Per Minute ................ 800 SPM
Distance - Tabletop to Spindle ........ 8"
Feed Per Stroke ....................... .001-.040
Cutter Spindle Diameter ............... 3.543"
Work Spindle Bore Diameter ............ 5.875"
Work spindle bore depth ............... 10"
Table Top to Cutter Spindle Underside,
- In Uppermost Position ............... 13.23"
Worktable C L to Cutter Spindle CL .... 9.06"
Maximum OD of Fixture ................. 19"
Rotary Feed Per 1" of Stroke ......... .001"-.012"
Rotary Feed For Multi-Pass ........... .001-.020"
Radial Feed Range Per Stroke ......... .0001"-.020"
Max Radial Feed Per Minute ........... .12"
Machine Dimensions ................... 93" x 103"
Machine Height ....................... 101"
Approx. Machine Weight ............... 12,000 Lbs.

EQUIPPED WITH:
GE Fanuc Powermate D 2-Axis CNC Control, 1999/2000 Retrofit
Tailstock
Hydraulically Operated Cutter Guard Assembly
Hydraulically Operated Collet Fixture Clamping
15 HP Main Drive Motor

NOTE:
The Fanuc Powermate control is a 2-axis control and the only changes
you need to make are for index or number of teeth in the part. This is done
by changing only (2) two change gears in the back of the machine for
different numbers of teeth. If you are running production then this should
be a non-issue.