MONARCH Detay MONARCH CNC Takım Tezgahları Firması Monarch Machine Tool Monarch History: One Hundred Years of Setting the Pace In the Metalworking Industry Begun: 1909 in Sidney, Ohio First products: belt-driven metalcutting lathes 1930s: Designed the first contour cutting machine in the world 1940s: First American machine tool company to run two shifts during World War II. 1950s: First American-built numerically-controlled lathes were introduced by Monarch at 1955 Chicago Machine Tool Exposition. (This machine was the prototype of NC machines that have become the standard in the metalcutting industry.) 1960s: Edlund Machine Company acquired by Monarch in 1963, in Cortland, NY. From Edlund's drill press evolved Monarch's vertical machining centers (VMCs) and production machining centers (PMCs) that represent signature product lines of the Cortland division. In 1967, construction of a new plant was begun in Cortland. The innovative facility was judged by Modern Manufacturing to be one of nation's 10 best plants for overall excellence of its production facilities. Monarch expands with acquisition of Stamco, a custom metal coil processing equipment manufacturer in New Bremen, Ohio. 1980s: Monarch's annual sales reach $140 million. "B" line of machining centers introduced. 1990s: PMC Production Machining Centers introduced, gain fast market acceptance. Agreement with Spinner GmbH, Germany, to sell and service Monarch/Spinner Ultra-Precision Turning Centers™ in U.S. and eastern Canada. 1999: Alliance with Unisign, BV, prominent Dutch tool manufacturer, to manufacture and sell to U.S. customers their full lines of high-performance Zonal Traveling Column and UMB Gantry-Type Vertical Machining Centers. 2000: Monarch vertical machining center division acquired by management and Cygnus Management advisors. New Monarch Machine Tool, Inc. to continue offering a full line of metalworking equipment and services under the Monarch Machine Tool name. Genesis Worldwide (www.gen-world.com) retains the metal coil processing equipment line under the Stamco trademark. The lathe division previously acquired by Lucas Precision (www.lucasprecision.com) of Cleveland, OH. 2003: Monarch Machine Tool Inc. recieves major equity and funding by Rand Capital Inc and Advantage Capital Inc. 2006: Monarch sells its first horizontal machining center. The MH-500. This is a rigid 500mm dual pallet maching. Monarch enters an alliance with Zayer, S.A., aprominent spanish machine tool builder to market and sell their products. 2007:Monarch ships it's first Goliath series machine. One of the most rigid and accurate machining centers at a value line price. 2008:Monarch introduces the VMC-20, a compact, high speed machining center featuring a two position pallet system with two second pallet changes and tool changes in less than one second. 2009:Monarch installs it's first TM-1250. A large, multifunctional machine of turning, milling, drilling, tapping and grinding of large piece parts. MONARCH Vertical Machining Centers VMC-20 Machining Center High speed (15,000 rpm) BT30 spindle on a traveling column platform with two position rotary pallet system. MONARCH VMC-1620 QPL Machining Center Linear way design with 20.5 inches of X travel and 12.6 inches of Y travel. Precision mounted high speed 15,000 rpm 5HP BT30 spindle standard. Compact and rigid three axis linear rail design requires very little floor space. Constructed using Meeanite castings offering machining stability. MONARCH VMC-2040 QP Machining Centers Cast hardened and precision ground tool steel box ways mated to Turcite lined surfaces are used on all axes. These provide maximum vibration damping characteristics and durability for smooth part finishes and a long machine life. XYZ axis travels 40” X 20” X 20”, CT-40 taper, 15 HP, 10,000 RPM spindle standard with options to 15,000 RPM. MONARCH VMC-2033 / 2040 QPL With XYZ travels 40” X 20” X 20” the QPL series is equipped with 35 mm, ball type linear way systems. The Z axis uses lengthened sliding blocks for more contact and higher level of rigidity. CT-40 taper, 15 HP, 10,000 RPM spindle standard. Increased productivity due to high traverse and feed rates a bonus. MONARCH VMC-2150 Machining Center Large heavy (84" x 43") machine platform with box way travel on X, Y and Z axis. Large base design prevents axis overhang, preventing any accuracy issues at the ends of travel. 50 taper spindle available as either belt or gear driven version. MONARCH VMC-2443 Machining Center Box way construction for a rigid machining platform. Available as a 40 or 50 taper with either belt or gear driven spindle options. MONARCH VMC-2600 Machining Center Large heavy (102" x 43") machine platform with box way travel on X, Y and Z axis. Large base design prevents axis overhang, preventing any accuracy issues at the ends of travel. 50 taper spindle available as either belt or gear driven version. MONARCH VMC-3560 MONARCH VMC-2855-QP MONARCH 3560-QP MONARCH 3572-QP Machining Centers Designed using 4 hardened square ways the VMC-2855QP, VMC-3560QP & VMC-3572QP machine bases provide the most rigid support for X axis and Y axis loading. The oversized column footprint provides maximum support for both the standard 20 HP belt driven spindle or the optional higher torque 30 HP spindle with 2 speed ZF gearbox. A large inside work area provides ample room for work piece loading and unloading. MONARCH VMC-3200 Machining Center Large heavy (125" x 43") machine platform with box way travel on X, Y and Z axis. Large base design prevents axis overhang, preventing any accuracy issues at the ends of travel. 50 taper spindle available as either belt or gear driven version. MONARCH VMC-4088 MONARCH VMC-4088-QP MONARCH 40128-QP MONARCH 40168-QP Machining Centers The new QP series large capacity VMCs are designed for high precision and high productivity machining of large workpieces for aerospace, power generation, wind turbine and automotive industries. They feature large table sizes, increased strokes, higher table load capacities and more torque for heavy duty machining needs.