Benefit from more space and thus more flexibility when machining workpieces made of non-magnetic materials such as aluminum or titanium alloys. SW’s new single-table machines complement their existing product portfolio and offer everything you need for machining large workpieces. The new additions include two single-spindle machines, the BA W08-11 and -11 space, as well as the twin-spindle sister model, the BA W08-21.
Your greatest advantage: the newly designed working area that accommodates large workpieces. The new machines are especially suitable for the automotive industry and the machining of battery housings in the EV industry. Other ideal areas of application are the trucking, agricultural, construction, and aerospace industries.
Use the flexible working area of the new BA W08 for large workpieces (battery housings for EVs, subframes, gearbox housings, turbine blades, steering knuckles, etc.). The single-table machines offer sufficient working space for efficient and precise machining of large structural aluminum components, including those used in new electric and hybrid vehicles that require less weight and greater range.
Your manufacturing and space miracle for a wide variety of requirements:
Thanks to the ball screw used, the BA 7 series is ideally suited for machining large-volume components made of magnetic materials such as cast iron, cast steel or steel - for example engine blocks for the automotive industry.
In the space version, you have a longer Y-travel distance of 1175 mm, which further expands your production possibilities.
The new machines have the proven properties of the successful single-table machines from SW - for example:
- Monoblock for optimal stability and precision
- Flexibility for large components
- Cost-efficient design (saving of workpiece carriers, devices and process costs)
- Drill breakage control
and many more.
The new BA 7 machining centers from SW are used wherever maximum precision and quality are required - for example in the automotive industry when it comes to the production of engine and cylinder blocks.
Other particularly profitable sectors include trucks, aerospace, rail transport as well as agricultural and construction machinery for components such as steering knuckles, blades or housings.