Special-Purpose Machine Tools
■Machinery for large slewing ring machining ■Valve finisher ■Machinery for crankshaft processing
Special-purpose machine tools are designed to perform specific machining tasks for specific work pieces or machining processes which can not be carried out using conventional machines. By installing required functions or equipment, special-purpose machine tools are capable for mass production in high productivity.
The transferline serves its mission of quickly responding to the change of automotive markets. It is capable for mass production of engine and transmission component parts in high accuracy and productivity.
Turnkey(machining center configuration)
SAKURAI’s professional team delivers a turnkey solution and provides industry-leading proposals to our customers. Performance tests such as continuous running test, machining accuracy test and cycle time test for entire production line are conducted during run off before delivery to ensure that all requirements of customers are met, therefore, production can be started smoothly at customers’ sites. Additionally, it is possible for SAKURAI to set up production lines by using various equipment from requested manufacturers.
【CYLINDER BLOCK LINE】
・Cycle time: 1.2 minutes
(including 6 Cubic4 units)
【CYLINDER HEAD LINE】
・3 and 4-cylinder head
・Cycle time: 2.2 minutes
(including 1 rotary miller and 3 Cubic units)
【CASE CONVERTER LINE】
・Entire case converter processing
・Cycle time: 1.1 minutes
・22 ST units
Large truck related
【CRANK CASE LINE】
・Cycle time: 0.75 minute
・7 machines (including 2 rotary millers and 3 TURREX units)
【CRANK CASE & COVER LINE】
・Cycle time: 2.0 minutes
・17 machines (including 8 multi-purpose machines, 1 TURREX unit, 1 Cubic7 unit and 1 rotary miller)
・Engineers all necessary processes into a total production system, including multi-purpose machines
【CYLINDER HEAD LINE】
・Large V8 engines cylinder head
・Cycle time: 21 minutes
・Uses a machining center, SFC- 50TM, with SAKURAI’s original multi-spindle heads.
Modular system or a modular design is a design principle that subdivides a system into smaller parts called modules (such as multi-spindle unit, control panel, coolant tank or even machining center), which can be independently modified, replaced, or exchanged with other modules to form a standardized new system. This system helps to easily structure a new production line by only replacing special-purpose modules, therefore, it provides manufacturers with the ability to reduce design time and total cost.
|B12-1WAY||W:1200 L:2400 H:610|
|B12-2WAY||W:1200 L:4100 H:610|
|B16-1WAY||W:1600 L:2900 H:750|
Standard field unit