The rotary transfer principle
The rotary transfer method has been developed by Eugen Bader Maschinenfabrik (Eubama) in 1957 and has been enhancing it ever since. In doing so, it has been following a fundamental principle with one key objective: achieving efficiency and precision through the start-to-finish machining of workpieces in a single clamping step.
Simultaneous, second-by-second machining
Workpieces (which start out as coils, bars or blanks) are fed into a clamping ring, where they are fully machined in a single clamping step. Individual operations can be performed using any combination of machining units – and this can be done simultaneously. The longest operation therefore determines the machine’s cycle time; all other operations are performed in this cycle time. This means that our machines achieve very high output levels and are virtually unrivaled in terms of the lightning-fast precision they deliver.
All this makes them ideal manufacturing solutions wherever low cycle times, high accuracy, absolute reliability and maximum efficiency are required.
A multitude of machining options
The wide range of available machining options serves as the basis for a production concept that meets diverse requirements – both present and future.
Our machines allow for flexible machining configurations to suit your requirements. As such, the modular MAG-EUBAMA system has over 200 possible machining combinations.
You can find more information here: Machining options