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Machining centre update
August 2019

EMMEGI (UK) has extended its range with the addition of the new TKE954 4-axis CNC machining centre from its sister company Tekna.

The TKE954, which replaces the existing TKE944, has a moving gantry and variable work zones and a newly designed cabin complete with laser access control for optimum user safety.

A new ergonomic techno-polymer safety cabin with large glazed areas gives operators better visibility as well as improved soundproofing, and a laser scanner provides more precise access control to the machine.

Like the 944, the TKE954 can drill, mill and machine aluminium and steel from any angle from -90° to +90°. It features dynamic pendular operation with two different operating modes. In single-zone mode it can machine bars up to 7m in one single working area and in double-zone mode it can work on multiple pieces in two separate, different sized areas.

A 12-piece tool magazine is integrated into the mobile gantry, which can hold a blade up to 250mm on an angular machining unit. A 21in touch monitor comes as standard with the familiar Emmegi/Tekna user friendly interface.

www.tekna.it
www.emmegi.com

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