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The powerLine technology machines are specifically geared towards creep-feed grinding applications. Their mono-base design allows grinding widths (Z-axis) of up to 700 mm with a maximum spindle power of 105 kW. The compact, steel base designed powerLine model is equipped with linear guides in all three axes. All three axes (X, Y, Z) are driven by servo motors via ball screws (KGT).  The standard version of the multiLine comes with high-precision linear scales for positioning of the vertical axis. The direct drive of the grinding spindle from 26 kW guarantees optimal torque transfer. Different measuring devices and CD (continuous dressing) units are examples of a wide variety of available options making it easy to customize the powerLine to your individual requirements.

 Benefit Overview

  • Spindle power up to 105 kW
  • Grinding spindle with pre-loaded precision bearings
  • Capable to handle very high table loads
  • Large variety of options available

 Design Characteristics

  • Welded and tempered steel construction
  • Linear guideways in all axes
  • Full machine enclosure
  • All axes with ball screws

Machine Concept

  • Traveling table design
  • Z-axis via traveling headstock
  • Sinumerik 840D CNC controls






Table Drive

Ball Screw

Grinding Width (mm)


Grinding Length (mm)





Distance Spindle Center to Table (mm)

900 / 1100

Spindle Power (kW)

52 / 70 / 90 / 105

Grinding Wheel (mm)

400 x 60 x 127

500 x 100 x 203

All values are approximated and may change depending on selected options. All information is subject to change.

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