2002 Biesse Rover 24S CNC Router
In 2001, the series Rover 24/Rover 22 was introduced as the successor of the Rover 23. These were machines, which should provide relatively good equipment for a comparatively low price. When it was discontinued in 2005, a modular concept with various model versions and sizes had already been introduced.
Working range 3.060 x 1.300 mm. When it was introduced, the machine had a basic configuration with 14 vertical drills, 6 horizontal drills, router head with 7.5 kW, groove saw traversable by 90 degrees, 6-fold tool changer as well as standard c-axis.
2 basic configurations
When it was discontinued in 2005, a variety of basic configurations of the machine table as well as two versions of basic configurations of the aggregates support existed. The machine table existed in the following versions:
- S (3.060 mm)
- L (4.500 mm)
- XL (6.170 mm)
Furthermore, one could choose between 3 different types of controls