Multicam Routing Systems, also known as Multicam Systems , will be exhibiting the SR series of heavy duty Multicam CNC flatbed routing machines on stand 1900 during the 2008 Queensland Manufacturing Technology Exhibition (QMan) at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from October 21-23.
Multicam CNC machines are designed for cutting sheet products and extrusions including metals, plastics, composite materials and timber products. They are used to make aluminium boats, aerospace components, bull bars, truck body parts, kitchens, furniture, and timber doors.
Featuring a fully fabricated heavy-duty travelling gantry, the SR series of routing machines offer good rigidity and vibration-free machining at all cutting speeds.
Multicam machines incorporate an advanced controller optimised for ease of use and speed of operation. The company says that the low operating costs and minimal servicing requirements make the Multicam a viable alternative to plasma and laser machines with their much higher running costs and greater servicing demands.
The fully automatic travelling rotary tool changer allows the machine to perform a tool change operation at any point during the machining process. Because the machine head does not need to travel to a fixed position to perform a tool change operation, multi-tool jobs are completed with more efficiency and in less time.
Multicam Systems can also supply special size or customised equipment.
Multicam Systems has been supplying CNC routing machinery for almost 20 years to a variety of industry sectors. Examples of manufacturing companies in Queensland that are using Multicam machines include Advanced Refrigeration Technology, Airframe Manufacturing Industries, Custom Motor Homes, Dean Wilson Aviation, Haines Marine Industries, Maritimo Offshore and Warren Yachts.
With offices in Queensland, NSW and Victoria, Multicam Systems have an extensive infrastructure to service and support their customers Australia wide.