General Specifications per Brochure Bar Size Capacity: 5mm (.197") - 51mm (2.008") Bar Length Capacity: 12' Maximum Bar Length: 12' 4" Minimum Bar Length: 39" Magazine Capacity: 11 linear inches Maximum Remnant Length: 15.75" Operating Voltage: 230V AC 3 Phase (400V available) Control Voltage: 24 Volts DC Total Power Required: 2.5 kVA/2kW Compressed Air Required: 90 psi, 10 cfm Guide Channel Oil: ISO 150, quantity 15 gals. (not incl.) Feeding Speed: 20"/sec Max. (adjustable) Facing Accuracy: +/- .020" Bar Change Time: 27 seconds for 12' bar Bar Straightness Required: .007"/foot Bar Feeder Shipping Weight: 2090 lbs. Color: RAL 5002 Blue, RAL 7035 Light Gray Standard Equipment Includes: Custom Electrical Cable Package & Interface Kit, Remnant Retract, Bushing Device Guide Channel Set includes 1 bar pusher, 1 nose, 1 rotating tip, 1 split bushing,1 collet Options (Subject to change without notice) PACKAGE A Boss 552/HD with two (2) complete guide channel sets which includes 2 bar pushers, 2 rotating tips, 2 collets, 2 noses, 2 split bushings and 1 spindle liner: $45,500.00 PACKAGE B Boss 552/HD with three (3) complete guide channel sets which includes 3 bar pushers, 3 rotating tips, 3 collets, 3 noses 3 split bushings and 2 spindle liners: $47,500.00 Iemca's Tool Box: $ 1,800.00 Axial Shift Device: $ 1,875.00 Category III INterface: $ 1,400.00 Special Adaptation Kit: $ 1,600.00 Swiss lathe Addaptation Kit: $ 2,600.00 Outboard Bushing Device: $ 2,900.00 (Recc for bushing-less Swiss Swiss with a spindle bore greater than 32mm with greater than 6" stroke, or when running "soft" materials) IEMCA/Bucci USA Installation: $ 3,100.00 Includes labor, travel expenses and 12 month warranty Important Notes: Bar Feeder installation does not include lathe-side software or hardware for magazine bar feeder interface. This interface must be supplied and installed by the lathe OEM or Distributor, prior to bar feeder installation. Maximum Bar diameters are for front ejection of the remnant. For remnant retraction, maximum diameters are slightly less. Bar straightness, proper guide channel selection, correct alignment and anchoring of bar feeder will ensure optimum performance at maximum rpm.
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