TBI i-42-B


TBI i-42-B

Availability: In stock 1 pc, delivery: 8 weeks

Main product features:

  • cast iron bed
  • high structural rigidity
  • X and Y axes with wide and hardened linear guides
  • possibility of milling and turning on one machine
  • column with driven B axis - 12 tools
  • max. spindle speed 4000 rpm
  • central lubrication system
  • precision reciprocating ball screws
  • fast feeds in all axes 30 m/min

Standard equipment

  • Fanuc 0iTF Plus 10" control + Manual Guide i
  • one column with space for tools
  • spindle and sub-spindle collet chuck
  • spindle 7.5/11 kW
  • C axis of the spindle
  • sub-spindle
  • C axis of the sub-spindle
  • maximum bar working diameter in the spindle 42 mm
  • maximum bar working diameter in the sub-spindle 30mm
  • interface to bar feeder
  • part catcher
  • part conveyor
  • integrated scraper chip conveyor

Optional equipment

  • 3-jaw spindle / sub-spindle lathe chuck
  • bar feeder
  • tool touch probe

Technical data

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Max. turning diameter mm 100
Max. bar diameter in spindle mm 42
Max. Max turning length mm 300
Through spindle hole diameter mm 43
Max. rotations rpm 4000 (option 6000)

Max. turning diameter mm 100
Max. bar diameter in spindle mm 30
Max. rotations rpm 4000 (option 6000)

Travel X1/Y1/Z1 axis mm 150/415/300
Travel X2/Y2/Z2 axis mm -/-/390
Travel speed in all axes m/min 30

OD/ID Tools Main Spindle pcs. 5 angular + 5 straight
OD/ID Tools Sub-spindle pcs. 3 angular + 4 straight
Max. tool dimension mm ? 20 ? 20

Number of live tools pcs. 12
Max rpm rpm 4000
Max. drilling diameter mm 12

Length (with chip conveyor) mm 2900 (3500)
Width mm 1900
Height mm 1950
Weight kg 5600

To put the subject in a nutshell: the price of a CNC machine depends primarily on how it is built. The price consists of materials, components, equipment, human labor, brand. Leaving aside the issue of control – CNC machines from different manufacturers have quite similar technical solutions. Typically, discrepancies occur between size, length, weight, accuracy or visual aspects and brand recognition.


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Over the years we have learned one thing: how many customers, so many needs – and we know how to identify them. That’s why we realize that one of the most nagging questions from customers is: “When will I get my machine tool?”. Although one would like to say “it depends” – because it really does – we are well aware that it’s hard to put such a date into any investment plan or take it into account when planning production.

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In order to remain competitive in the market and increase the quality of their services, more and more companies are choosing to purchase a new CNC machine tool. However, it is often the case that not all customers want to commit a larger sum of money. In this case, they choose to take advantage of available forms of financing, particularly leasing. In that case, they commit funds only for their own contribution; the leasing company finances the rest.

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More favorable for tax purposes is the operating lease, the initial payment, the full lease payment and the expenses incurred on the leased object are included in the tax deductible expenses. The condition is that the contract is concluded for at least 40% of the depreciation period for the asset and that there is a limit on the determination of the final redemption value. VAT is added to each lease installment.

In the case of a finance lease, the entrepreneur becomes the owner of the CNC machine and makes monthly depreciation deductions, only the interest and all expenses incurred are charged to expenses. There are no restrictions on the contract term or residual value, while VAT is paid on the full value of the machine along with the first installment.

The standard financing period for the purchase of a CNC machine is 3 to 5 years, but it is possible to extend financing up to 7 years.

Shortening an operating lease is more complicated. If it occurs before 40% of the normative depreciation period has elapsed, the regulations oblige the leasing company to sell the leased asset, at the market value confirmed by an appraiser’s valuation or at the outstanding value, whichever is higher.

There is no clear answer. Certainly obtaining financing through a CNC machine supplier can make the process easier. Significance will be given to the amount of the declared initial fee (minimum 20%), the assets of the company and the owner, the possibility of guaranteeing with private assets by the lessee or representative, the prospects of the company (experience of managers, contracts concluded, the amount of turnover.

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