-strong-fgroup.lp.hnc-faq.text-0038-trans-strong-

Hammer HNC FAQ mechanics

What is the maximum machining area?

The maximum machining area is 479 x 825 mm with a clamping area of 1005 x 574 mm.
hammer-hnc-faq-mechanik-metall.jpg

Can metal also be processed?

Yes - the machine has been tested with non-ferrous metals and is approved for them. When using the right tool, good feed rates and chip removal can be achieved. The use of the HF spindle is recommended!

Where is the machine built?

Quality and precision from Austria – the machine is built 100% in the factory in Hall in Tyrol.

What do I need to get started?

  1. CNC milling machine
  2. Controller with CNC software
  3. CAD/CAM program
  4. Milling motor
  5. Milling cutter

Where can I place the machine?

The machine has levelling feet, so it can be adjusted according to the ground.

Is a table required?

As vibrations can occur, especially with rapid changes in direction, a stable table or base is recommended!

How do I make cut-throughs?

In order not to damage the machine table, cut-throughs must be made on a sacrificial plate. This sacrificial plate is placed between the machine table and the workpiece.

Do my cutters and collets fit?

The HFM milling motors use OZ16 collets, the HF spindle uses ER25 collets. Third-party products can also be used.
Cutters fit into the correct collet depending on the shank diameter.
hammer-hnc-faq-mechanik-hoehe.jpg

What is the maximum processing height?

The machine has a clearance height of 160 mm. The 43 mm clamping neck sits 40 mm higher, the sleeve nut of the HFM 1000 is also at 160 mm height.

The maximum height of the workpiece depends on the length of the milling cutter.
Example: For a 50 mm long milling cutter, the workpiece can be 110 mm high.

The Z-axis itself has a traverse path of 160 mm – without a tool, the clamping neck remains 40 mm above the machine table (total height to lower edge of clamping neck 200 mm).

Which maximum feed rate is possible?

The maximum rapid traverse of the machine is 5 m/min (83 mm/s). Depending on the material and milling strategy, milling can also be carried out at this feed rate.

Which maximum depth adjustment is possible?

The maximum delivery depends on many factors:
  • Cutter diameter
  • Feed rate
  • Cross delivery
  • Cutter geometry
  • Machined material
Depending on this, the maximum depth adjustment must be determined.

Download

Download first-step instructions and configuration file

Manual

Download manual as PDF

Pre-order

Preorder Hammer HNC now

Brand identity

Learn more about Hammer® - affordable professional quality from Austria.

Videos & Tutorials

Start-up and first steps

Your new Hammer HNC CNC portal milling machine is here and you want to start as soon as possible? We show you step-by-step how to assemble, commission and easily configure your HNC.
hnc_inbetriebnahme.jpg

DIY-Project High-End Jazz-Bass Guitar

The Hammer® CNC-Portal Milling Machine HNC with a further proof of quality in practical tests! In this Jazz Bass guitar building project, the Austrian CNC portal milling machine once again proves its unbeatable precision and performance in every application.
HammerCNC-DIY-Projekt_High-End-Jazz-Bass-Gitarre.jpg

Hammer HNC product presentation

CNC portal milling machine Hammer HNC 47.82 for boundless creativity. What was first? The idea or the tool? With the new, 100% Austrian CNC portal milling machine from the Felder Group, ideas will certainly not be long in coming.
hammer hnc produktvideo.jpg

Hammer HNC 47.82 in model making test

The proof of quality in practical tests! With two projects from model making and architecture, the Austrian Hammer CNC portal milling machine from Hammer again proves its unbeatable precision and performance in every application.
hnc_modellbautest.jpg

Technical data and precision test

In this video we show you the Hammer HNC from the technical perspective – stable, strong, precise and Made in Austria. The final high-performance practical test brings absolute CNC precision to the point.
hnc_TechDat.jpg

Show us your project!

We are looking for inspiring Hammer HNC projects. Post your project on Instagram with @feldergroup. We will publish the best pictures on our Social Wall.
@feldergroup
Felder-Group-Hammer-HNC-FAQs.jpg

More questions?

Here you will find answers to further questions.

FAQ Control & Software

continue

Glossary

continue