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Heller’s FP 4000 five-axis HMC provides twin drives in the Z axis for flexibility and high precision, particularly in tool and die or contract manufacturing.
Makino offers the L2 vertical machining center designed for high-volume, small-part manufacturing.
The Matsuura H.Plus-504 machining center is designed to accommodate larger workpieces.
Mazak introduces the UN series of high-speed vertical and horizontal machining centers with the UN-600/30V, a VMC, and the UN-600/30H, an HMC.
Methods Machine Tools has expanded its Feeler line to include the gantry-style U-800 five-axis machining center, designed for versatile high-precision machining of large, heavy parts.
Okuma’s Genos M560-V vertical machining center combines a high-column design and CAT 40 Big Plus spindle to cut large, complex parts.
The OptiSonic-series ultrasonic machining centers from OptiPro Systems are designed to help companies achieve high efficiency with glass and ceramics like sapphire and silicon carbide.
Unisig’s B850 drilling machine, part of the company’s B-series line designed for on-center drilling of round workpieces, features technologies designed to improve performance while reducing cost.
Star SU offers the Bourn and Koch 400 H seven-axis horizontal hobbing machine featuring a FANUC CNC and point-to-point array hobbing capability.
Toyoda’s FA1050 five-axis HMC is said to provide a solid base, the highest metal removal rate in its class and low required maintenance, leading to longer tool and machine life.