right Mechanical See all product

G500F Machining center for frame structure and chassis parts

☆☆☆☆☆ ( 0 rates ) 30
Price : Call

Code: #27708

Supplier: GROB-WERKE GmbH & Co. KG

Optimized chip transport with the machining center for your frame structure and chassis parts.


  • With optimized chip fall, high dynamics and short chip-to-chip times, the G500F is the ideal solution for complete and highly precise 5-axis machining of frame structure parts and battery housings.
    Use the space-saving machine variant for your dry, MQL or wet machining and integrate the G500F into your automated manufacturing line either as a stand-alone solution or linked to other machines.
    Axis arrangement
    The axis combination is based on the tried and proven G-series GROB machine concept with horizontal spindle position and guarantees free chip fall and optimized heat dissipation.
    Modular configuration
    The modular and standardized machine components guarantee the best possible GROB product quality.
    Individual automation
    Available with manual or automatic front loading or automatic top loading, and optionally with integrated pallet changer.
    Interference diameter
    Interference diameter up to 1,550 mm (with restricted A-/B-axis swivel range), up to 1,070 mm in the B-axis and 1,120 mm in the A-axis (no restriction).

  • - Working travels in X-/Y-/Z-axis (mm): 1,550/875/790
    - Max. speeds max. in X-/Y-/Z-Achse (m/min): 70/50/90
    - Interference diameter (mm): 1,120
    - Chip-to-chip time t1 according to VDI 2852 (s) relative to speed (rpm): 2.6
    - Positioning accuracy in X-/Y-/Z-axis (mm): 0.01
    - Table diameter (mm): 512
    - Table load without/with pallet (kg): 640/460
    - Total weight without/with pallet changer (kg): 18,500/23,000

  • - Best chip fall
    - High dynamics
    - High manufacturing flexibility
    - High machining accuracy
    - Customer-specific part loading
    - As a stand-alone machine or linked in the system
    - Suitable for MQL machining operations
    - Short chip-to-chip times