ZAYER machines are suitable for the ultra-precise machining required by
aerospace products

We offer milling machines and machining centers with automatic head self-calibration systems, both for 3+2 and for 5 continuous axes. This system (iCAL), in addition to correcting and adjusting the kinematics, gives us updated information on the geometric state of the machine. On the other hand, they have customized kinematics for auxiliary heads that can work in both 3+2 and 5 continuous axes, as well as Apps developed for the aeronautical industry such as “Reference line” and “Virtual Cycle 3+2”.

We offer completely ad-hoc developed solutions for this demanding industry.

This is the case of JUPASA, an engineering and manufacturing company for metal transformations for high-tech industries founded in 1981 and located in the town of Yuncos (Toledo).

JUPASA is specialized in metallic manufacturing processes,

precision machining, boiler works, welding, painting, inspection and aerospace assemblies, which are addressed thanks to a wide
variety of ZAYER milling machines and machining/turning centers, among other means of production.


Among its means of production, we highlight the following ZAYER machines:

Gantry type milling machine GMCU 15000AR and THERA 12000 with double bridge; a moving column milling machine model KAIROS 14000 with turning plate and linear travel W 4000 mm that allows turning parts up to 8 m in diameter and 7 m high, and recently installed a THERA 9000 model with turning plate.

 

All this set of machines are part of the wide range of machining solutions for the most demanding customers, given that they can simultaneously work in 6 continuous axes thanks to the combination of plate and heads of 5 axes.


The Ariane 5 is a single-use rocket designed to place satellites in geostationary orbit and sendpayloads to low orbit.

Design began in 1984 commissioned by the European Space Agency (ESA) to EADS SPACE Transportation, which builds the rockets in Europe. Arianespace handles mission management, marketing and launch from the Kourou space center in French Guiana. Its development took 10 years and cost 6 billion euros. The initial goal of Ariane 5 was to serve as a launcher for the Hermes mini-shuttle, but when ESA canceled this project, the rocket was used for purely commercial missions.


Ariane 6 is a space shuttle under development by the European Space Agency (ESA).

When its development is complete, it will become the newest member of the Ariane launch vehicle family. The final design favors liquid fuel over solid and the project requirements include the development of a launch vehicle capable of lifting 6.5 tons to geostationary transfer orbit.

Without a doubt, two large-scale projects in which our machines have a job that fills us with pride.

An honor that we must thank JUPASA.


Source and pics: Wikipedia, jupasa.es

 

 

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