Building on the success of the robust Landis 3L, the Landis 3LVe is an evolutionary step forward, utilizing state-of-the-art technology to improve efficiency and reliability.
With over 500 installations of the original Landis 3L worldwide, the Landis 3LVe is an evolution of success. With an optimized design it provides unrivalled quality and cycle times at lower cost.
Multiple headstocks and footstocks, grinding wheel options and spindle varieties provide additional alternatives to the machine design. And of course, the increased flexibility does not come at the expense of productivity, reliability or product quality.
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Landis 3LVe to support the EV Industry: A large automotive OEM has selected Fives to manufacture a Landis 3LVe machine, to grind rotors and pinion shafts for their new Battery Electric Vehicle line. The evolution of the decades old partnership with this customer, is helping to catapult both organizations further in the transition of ICE to EV engines.
The modular platform enables you to configure the Landis 3LVe for plunge, angle approach, peel or orbital grinding. Additional features include:
- Range of workdrive options for high torque orbital profile grinding or high-speed peel grinding
- High power wheel spindles for high stock removal, wide plunge grinding or simultaneous lobe grinding - without compromising cycle time or quality
- High-speed grinding wheel (200 m/s) to contour and finish the workpiece when peel grinding
A precision finish is ensured with linear guideways, ceramic bearing wheel spindles, and an infinitely variable B-axis. To further enhance grinding accuracy, CBN grinding wheels, CNC variable speed drive and a high precision C-axis encoder are also available.
In addition, high-powered spindles (50 kW, even with three-spindle configuration) and integral automation options, help to optimize cycle times and minimize parasitic time for high-volume productivity. The machine is also easily accessible for simple maintenance, reducing downtime and the health and safety risks to operators.