Highly versatile

Three independent drilling heads

Customers who require extremely high productivity can rely on the Voortman V630 CNC drilling machine with three independent drilling heads. The stable and high quality drilling machine can drill both flanges and the web at the same time, which strongly reduces working hours and operating costs. Next to this, each drilling head has its own automatic tool changer with five tools.

 
  • Drilling different profile types
  • Milling different profile types
  • Tapping different profile types
  • Countersinking different profile types

Processes all 3D-Shapes

Watch a selection of all 3D processes

 

All processes and profiles as seen in the videos can be done without manual programming in the software.

  • I-Beams
  • H-Beams
  • Channels
  • Flat bar
  • Angle iron
  • T-bar
  • Square tubes
  • Rectangular tubes

Four sides layout marking

Another amazing advantage is the layout marking on four sides, when only marking three sides assembly personnel still need to measure manually on the fourth side of the profile. A separate unit can be installed in the drilling machine, for layout marking the bottom side of the profile. This unit uses the same tool as the drilling heads. In this way, the Voortman V630 CNC drilling machine can mark all four sides which will save time and costs in the assembly area of your workshop.

The beam drilling machine can utilize a layout marking tool to create part numbers, contours, welding information and detailed part numbers for plates and angles that will be welded to the profile. Voortman’s layout marking is driven by compressed air and runs at 20.000 rpm. The tools have a carbide tip with 4 usable sides which can easily be exchanged.

 

VN 36 hydraulic numbering unit

The hydraulic numbering unit can be used for hard stamp marking of products with part numbers, so that it can be recognized in further production steps. It consists of a frequency driven rotating disk which contains 36 exchangeable characters, with a height of 10 mm. The characters are hydraulically pressed into the steel, with an imprint of 1 mm.

 

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