AWD

Trunnion tables with integrated direct drive

The AWD series is comprised of trunnion tables with integrated direct drives, which allow workpieces to be machined dynamically and continuously. The technical design of direct drives in subdevices is based on a narrower set of requirements than those used for mechanical gears. In milling applications, the design criteria is high torque; in turning applications, it is high speed.

Technical data

Technology
Direct drive
Axial position
horizontal
Face plate diameter
160 - 530 mm
Transport load
80 - 1.200 kg

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Special design

We offer a number of different design solutions within the AWD series:

  • Counter bearings and trunnion devices
  • Steady rests
  • Roller blocks
  • Substructures and base plates
  • Clamping chucks, collet chucks
  • Multi-spindle combinations
  • Rotary manifolds
  • Absolute measurement systems

Size comparison

AWD 100 AWD 160 AWD 200 AWD 280 AWD 355 AWD 400 AWD 520
Min. face plate diameter in mm 160 200 230 260 320 410 530
Transport load on face plate in kg 80 150 280 400 650 1.000 1.200
Bearing diameter in mm 126 x 50 146 x 80 210 x 120 240 x 150 280 x 180 385 x 260 450 x 325
Max. workpiece mass inertia in kgm² 1 2 6 12 20 25 740
Max. face plate torque in Nm 80 800 1.200 2.200 2.500 3.200 6.000

Drive type

Direct drive

Direct drives allow highly dynamic and continuous movement and with this, a constant flow of new machining concepts. Peiseler took the lead in this technology as early as 1997 with the development of the world's first subdevice with a direct drive, just as it did with the first two-axis rotary tilt table with a direct drive in 2001. Today, we are in the technologically leading position to offer you direct drives for turning operations in S1 continuous milling. Increasing machine speed while maintaining bearing rigidity at a level that is also suitable for milling enables us to combine turning and milling applications. This allows Peiseler's development engineers to use machining centres more flexibly. Direct drives use very sensitive control technology and place high demands on energy supply.

The benefits for you

  • Highly dynamic, precise control

  • Speed variability

  • Simultaneous machining, turning and grinding all possible

  • Symmetrical design reduces space requirements

  • Low-maintenance

  • Not susceptible to overload and crashes

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