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Manual & Computer Controlled Milling Machines

Link to separate page for Roland Desktop CNC Milling Machine.

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Health and Safety Category: Red!

Serious harm can be caused to operator, bystanders and machine by incorrect operation. Training and supervision required whilst learning to operate this machine.

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We have a number of people who will be available performing the above training/assessing, they are:

  • Andy Last
  • further names to appear shortly

If you are interested in being taught or assessed for manual milling machine used in the Dyson Centre, please book a time using the online calendar link below.

When you make the booking, please can you indicate (for each machine type you're expressing an interest in), in short summary (ie a sentence or three) your current level of expertise, for example: novice, or some indication of what kind of tasks you know how to undertake and whether this was supervised or unsupervised.

(Expressions of interest in the computer controlled milling machines will be dealt with on a bespoke basis.)


Health and Safety and Preparation Work

In preparation for using the manual milling machines, you should:

 


CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO LATHE AND MILLING MACHINE INDUCTION AND TRAINING DIARY

 
 

Specifications of Manual Milling Machines

The Dyson Centre owns two XYZ1500 Turret Mills as shown below.

XYZ 1500 Manual Mill 

The specifications for these machines are:

  • 3 HP Variable speed head
  • Spindle Speed 60-4200RPM ( 2 Ranges )
  • Spindle R8
  • Table Size 1069mm x 228mm (42” x 9”)
  • Table Travel (X Axis) 660mm (26”)
  • Table Travel (Y Axis) 305mm (12”)
  • Knee Vertical Travel (Z Axis) 406mm (16”)
  • Quill Diameter 86mm (3.38”)
  • Hardened & Ground Cross Slide Turcite Ways
  • Machine Weight 1100kg
  • Dimensions 1600mm(w) x 1450mm(d) x 2100mm(h)
  • Width with total table travel 2362mm

They are equipped with:

  • X Axis Power Feed
  • Hi /Lo Gear Ranges
  • Halogen Worklight
  • Coolant Pump
  • 2 Axis Easson DRO
  • Interlocked Guarding

 

 


Rich (rlr20), 6 November 2016

 

 

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£2M donation from the James Dyson Foundation, a £2.65M investment from the Higher Education Funding Council for England and £0.6M from the University of Cambridge will allow us to transform the workshop and library facilities for hands-on learning, access to information, and the encouragement of creativity and innovation.