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Breton has launched Eagle, a five interpolated axes work centre with a gantry structure and mobile crossbeam that is suitable when high-speed operations are required for milling aluminium.

The machining centre is specially designed for machining complex 3D components for the aviation industry.

Eagle has a selection of configurations enabling it to perform demanding jobs with maximum flexibility, performance and efficiency, with work ranges spanning from 2,500 x 2,000 x 1,000mm up to 20,000 x 5,000 x 2,500mm and over, with a twin crossbeam and twin ram for pendular works.

Rigidity and high dynamics are features of this work centre, making it suitable for machining a range of components and products at high speeds and with maximum milling performance.

Due to the speed of the linear axes, which reach up to 85m/min and to the symmetrical rotary tilting head with continuous rotation of the C-axis and 0deg to +115deg rotation of the A-axis, Eagle offers operators the possibility of performing the five-axes machining of complex profiles, ensuring maximum precision and machine dynamics when milling undercuts.

The twist head, which can be positioned at any angle, allows for mounting a spindle up to 40kW and with rotation speed up to 28,000rev/min, providing this machining centre with high milling efficiency and performance.

The closed structure and drive assemblies, which are all mounted on the top part of the machine, ensure maximum operator safety and precision, performance and reliability during the machining.

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