Rotary swivel axis with integrated direct drive

Two-axis rotary tilt tables with direct drives on both the table and trunnion axes, which we can also equip with an alternative drive technology on request. Worm gear drives or pinion drives are available for this purpose. Other options are available if you require multi-spindle table axes for two-axis rotary tilt tables. Spindle pitches vary between machines. We would be happy to arrange a meeting to discuss in further detail. We design all our solutions based on your installation space requirements. The C axis on solutions from the ZASD series can be fitted with an ATD dyn unit for turning.

Technical data

Direct drive
Axial position
Face plate diameter
100 - 600 mm
Transport load
24 - 850 (1.200) kg


The product shown depicts the customer-specific design. Modifications to the shown product are possible and can be requested from us very easily. We would be delighted to give you advice and find a suitable solution together with you.

Special design

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

  • C axes as pallet receivers with zero-point clamping systems
  • C axes as pallet receivers in accordance with DIN 55201
  • Units with a fixed housing
  • Units with a moveable linear housing
  • Units without counter bearings, overhung
  • Round housing as built-in cartridge in the machine wall

Size comparison

ZASD 100 ZASD 125 ZASD 160 ZASD 200 ZASD 280 ZASD 320 ZASD 400
Min. face plate diameter in mm 100 125 160 200 280 440 600 (800)
Transport load on face plate in kg 24 60 100 200 400 500 850 (1.200)
A axis bearing diameter in mm 145 x 90 180 x 110 185 x 100 380 x 345 280 x 180 385 x 260 385 x 260
C axis bearing diameter in mm 70 x 20 120 x 70 146 x 80 185 x 100 240 x 150 300 x 200 385 x 260
Max. workpiece mass inertia in kgm² 0,2 0,7 3,2 7,5 19 100 168

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

Application examples

ZASD 200

Associated industries: Energy industry

For the combined turning/milling of turbine blades

Additional products

Engineer the competitive edge.