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Hybrid Machining Center Intersperses Milling with Growing Parts

DMG MORI’s Lasertec 4300 3D hybrid machine incorporates additive-directed energy deposition (blown powder) into a five-axis turn-mill machining center with a working area of 600 × 1,500 mm.

Dual, Linked Five-Axis Mills Efficiently Cut Composites

The Bertsche Dual P5 mill comprises two independent, but linked, five-axis machining modules (A side and B side), each with separate machining chambers, enabling shops to machine two different parts at the same time while taking up the same overall ...

Five-Axis Machining Center with Laser Cuts CVD-Diamond Tooling

United Grinding has extended its line of Walter Ewag technologies for cutting tool production to include the Laser Line Ultra five-axis machining center that incorporates ultra-short pulse laser technology.

Five-Axis Machining Center for Efficient Job Shop Production

Makino’s T1 five-axis horizontal machining center is designed for industrial component manufacturing and aerospace job shop applications where machining both soft and hard metals is required.

Five-Axis Machining Center for OEMs, Job Shops

Available from Methods Machine Tools, the Methods-Yasda PX-30i is a five-axis high-precision automated vertical machining center designed to meet OEM and job shop requirements.

Five-Axis Universal Machining Center

The Doosan FM 200/5AX Linear is a high-speed, high-precision, full five-axis machining center designed for simultaneous five-axis contouring.

Five-Axis Machine Offers High Dynamics for Complex Workpieces

The Heckert HEC 800 X5 MT five-axis machining center, available from Starrag, provides productivity, process reliability and precise cutting in a single clamping.

Five-Axis Machining Center Features Adjustable Work Envelope

Available from Methods Machine Tools, the Yasda H40i high-precision five-axis machining center is designed for improved repeatability and accuracy, tighter tolerances, and shorter cycle times for aerospace, die/mold and automotive manufacturing.

Drilling and Machining Centers Leverage BTA Process

Unisig’s USC-M series drilling and machining centers combine several processes into one machine capable of drilling and machining all four sides of a workpiece, reducing setup time and increasing accuracy for mold manufacturers.

Rigid Five-Axis Machining Center for Heavy Workpieces

Available from Yama Seiki, the Awea MVP series five-axis machining center features a rigid cross-rail construction with an automatic toolchanger and optional head exchange.

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