The right combination of robustness and stability makes the machine ideal for milling and trimming operations at high speed on parts with complex 3D shapes made of lightweight alloy, resin, or composite materials.
Robustness and stability over time
The monolithic load-bearing structure and bridge-carriage-RAM unit with box-in-box architecture were designed to raise the level of accuracy and repeatability through time while
maintaining high levels of accélération and speed.
The end resuit is the création of a new and clearly superior benchmark for machining centres in this category.
The Hornet head developed by Breton for this machining centre is extremely stiff to ensure
greater accuracy on the part most sensitive to stress, even for the most demanding machining work.
Unbeatable footprint ratio
Up to 29% more work area for the same external dimensions.
Thanks to its ultracompact design, Hawx provides higher machinable volumes in the same
space compared to its main competitors. With external dimensions of just 6,300 mm x 3,150
mm, the machine can provide a 4,200 mm x 2,100 mm work area with vertical oriented
spindle, and 3,780 x 1,680 with spindle at 90°.
This was enabled by optimising the box-in-box structure and thanks to the offset of the new
Perfect for both wet and dry machining opérations Failing to provide correct management of dust, chips and liquids generated by various work processes means exposing the operator to risk, creating a hazardous workplace, increasing downtime and impairing machine
performance. Hawx is designed to operate both wet and dry without any problems of this type.