Designed to accommodate heavy and/or over-dimensional tools that don’t fit well in the standard tool changer carousel, the aggregate park station provides an ergonomic and safe way to load these tools into the machine spindle automatically.
KOMO works closely with two of the largest aggregate tooling manufacturers to provide you with the best option for your application. Combined with a C axis, aggregate tooling can give you the machining capability and flexibility you need at a fraction of the cost of a dedicated 5 axis machine.
A side-mounted auxiliary tool changer allows for increased tool capacity, is aggregate compatible and can be installed on both left and right sides if the machine has two spindles with programmable head spacing.
Coolant mist is generally required when machining non-ferrous metals. Two adjustable nozzles are provided for precise delivery of the mist where needed.
Enhance the productivity of your machine with a multiple spindle boring block. The boring block gives you the speed to drill multiple holes in one process, ideal for cabinet production. Spindles are on 32mm centers and all will have full table coverage in the X and Y axes.
The KOMO Pathfinder Part Registration System allows “print and cut” type parts to be placed somewhat randomly on the router table and still be cut with precision.
The KOMO Pressure Foot System allows machining operations to be carried out on a stack of material, usually aluminum.
This real time tool view via an industrial-hardened camera (and LED work light) mounted under the spindle (inside the dust shroud) takes continuous video feed of the tool while it is cutting. This video feed is viewable from the machine control screen, and can be viewed remotely as well.
The dual screen option enables the operator to run the standard CNC touch screen on the HMI, while the attached 17″ touch screen can be used for viewing CAD Drawings, Real Time Tool View, Spindle Condition Monitoring, or any other Windows® application.
The Spindle Conditioning Monitoring Option is designed to monitor the vibration levels of the spindle as it is operating, and those levels are viewable from the machine control screen and can be fed to a remote office location. This allows an operator or production manager to know when a spindle is worn or overloaded – or being perfectly utilized.
KOMO works closely with several vacuum pump suppliers, and we will help you choose the right vacuum pump for your application. Available in a range of horsepower as well as voltage options, all pumps are designed for fast draw-down to an ultimate vacuum for fast cycle times and more powerful part hold down.
Vacuum pumps are controlled via push-button on the main operator panel and come complete with a remote start relay, allowing the pump itself to be located either near the machine or in a remote location.