at FESTER & ZANDER Machining Technology
At FESTER & ZANDER we offer CNC machining for complex drawing parts as individual parts or also in smaller series. Thanks to our many years of experience, we also work for our long-standing customers in the food industry, automotive, mechanical and plant engineering sectors.
FIRST CLASS CNC TURNED PARTS
We offer CNC turning services for components with a diameter of 5 mm to 800 mm and a maximum component length of 2,500 mm. However, if your dimensions exceed these, please feel free to send us an enquiry – thanks to our drilling and milling capabilities, there are hardly any limits to our flexibility!
Emco MAXXTURN 110
Swing diameter max.: 840 mm
Swing diameter over face guide: 550 mm
Longitudinal travel Z: 2,500 mm
Voest Alpin WNC 700 S
Swing diameter max.: 750 mm
Swing diameter over face guide: 610 mm
Longitudinal travel Z: 3,000 mm
CTX 520 linear
Swing diameter max.: 680 mm
Swing over face guide: 565 mm
Longitudinal travel Z: 1,350 mm
In addition to CNC turning, we also provide CNC milling services. For this we use CNC machines from the company DMG.
DMG DMF 360 linear
5 -axis machine
Working area 3,600 x 1,100 x 900 mm
DMG DMF 260 linear
5 -axis machine
Working area 2,600 x 1,100 x 900 mm
DMG DMF 180 linear
5 -axis machine
Working area 1,800 x 1,100 x 900 mm
DMG DMU 50 3rd Gen
5 -axis machine
Working area: 650 x 520 x 475 mm
DMG DMC 1450 V
Working area: 1,450 x 700 x 550 mm
DMG DMC 835
Working space: 835 x 510 x 510 mm
Automation for series milled parts
Discover advanced serial milled part machining with our state-of-the-art CNC milling machines!
Our specialised service offers you customised machining solutions according to your individual specifications. With our proven automation technology and experienced team, we can efficiently and precisely machine your components weighing up to 15 kg and with a maximum size of 120×120 mm – around the clock!
Whether it’s small or medium series, we are your reliable partner for all types of series milled parts. Our experts are at your side to meet your requirements and deliver first-class results.
Our goal is to provide you with an optimised manufacturing solution and increase your productivity. With our innovative CNC technology and expertise, we can help you achieve your goals and increase the success of your business.
Opt for first-class serial milled part machining and rely on our professional service. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you successfully implement your projects.
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In our second-generation family business, we take care of everything from the design to the manufacture of your drawing parts. Whether it’s tools or fixtures, at Fester & Zander Zerspannungstechnik you get all the work steps from a single source. We are always available to answer your questions personally and look forward to hearing from you. You can come to us with any suggestion – we will work with you to find a solution and put together an individual offer to suit you. We look forward to it!
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CNC-TURNED PARTS: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How does CNC turning work?
CNC turning is done with a CNC lathe. Machining information can be read into the memory of the control because the machine has a computer numerical control. The information is used again and again for machining the workpieces without any further information supply.
What does CNC turning mean?
CNC turning is an automated manufacturing process that is used to produce rotationally symmetrical components. It is mainly used in the metalworking industry and has several advantages over the conventional lathe process in terms of speed, automation and processing.
How does a CNC machine work?
CNC machines stand for Computerised Numerical Control and are machine tools that can automatically produce workpieces with high precision for complex shapes through the use of control technology.
WHAT DOES CNC TURNING MEAN?
The letters “CNC” stand for “Computerized Numerical Control”. This specific type of turning refers to a control technique used in modern industrial machining centres. The CNC way of working is used for the automatic production of complex components.
CNC turning is an automated manufacturing process that is used to produce rotationally symmetrical components. The process can be used to achieve high repeatability and efficient production of complex rotationally symmetrical geometries.
CNC turning technology generates the production of CNC turned parts for the automotive industry and mechanical and plant engineering, as well as the production of very small turned parts for medical technology and electrical engineering. Thanks to this particular type of CNC turning, small series and medium series on the one hand – and large series on the other hand – can be produced economically.
THE ADVANTAGES OF CNC TURNING
CNC turning can boast several advantages over the conventional manufacturing process on a normal lathe. These include:
- Computer-aided design of the workpiece using CAD software.
- No permanent supervision by personnel necessary
- The entire manufacturing process can be purely automated
- High economic efficiency in series production
- Fast, clean and high-quality work
- Increase in productivity due to degree of automation
- Reproducibility of high quantities in the same quality
- Less wear and tear on the tools due to computer-aided control
- Better plannability due to precise prediction of turned parts
- Production of parts with highly complex geometry thanks to the complexity of the CNC machines
- Interconnection of CNC lathes in order to harmonise production processes
In CNC turning, a basic distinction is made between internal and external turning, where the lathe can handle both types of turning. Depending on the feed direction, the turning processes are also subdivided again into transverse and longitudinal turning. With the cooling system, the energy expended during the cutting process, which is converted into heat, can be controlled and ensured at a stable temperature.
CREATION OF CNC TURNED PARTS
CNC turned parts can be produced on a CNC lathe by a rotary movement of the workpiece combined with translatory movements of the tools. Thanks to CNC turning, costs can be saved and a high material removal rate can be achieved:
- CNC turning is continuous and not subject to uninterrupted cutting conditions in engagement.
- CNC lathes are mechanically simpler and prove to be more cost-effective than milling machines for the same output and dimensions.
- In addition to pure lathes, CNC machining can often be used in combined machines with driven tools and milling spindles.
You can find out more about CNC turned parts here: CNC turned parts
OUR GUARANTEE FOR FIRST-CLASS RESULTS
The special process of CNC turning surpasses the original lathe process in many areas. For example, the following relevant setpoints are monitored by the lathe alone during the manufacturing process:
- The speed of the chip movement
- The position of the tool and the tool spindle
- The coolant supply and the material supply
- The speed of rotation of the tool spindle
With the CNC turning process, it is possible for us to automate the loading, the tool change, the monitoring and also the quality control during the entire production process in our modern machining centre.
We can therefore guarantee you not only a high degree of speed, but also a variety of clean and high-quality work.