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Large Machining Center Has Retractable Roof for Part Loading
C.R. Onsrud’s Compact High Rail five-axis machining center has a larger work envelope and higher load capacity for more demanding machining applications, such as those encountered in the aerospace, automotive, medical and defense industries.
Machining Center Processes Small, Complex Medical Parts Unattended
Available in three- and five-axis versions, the Mikron HSM 200U LP from GF Machining Solutions is designed for speed, efficiency, precision and quality surface finishes in the machining of small, complex components including medical implants and oth...
Five-Axis VMC Offers Power and Precision
Hardinge offers its next-generation Bridgeport XT 630 five-axis VMC designed to achieve maximum capacity and performance in the aerospace, die/mold, medical and automotive industries.
Five-Axis HMC’s Thermal Stability Maintains Precision
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.
Five-Axis Machine’s Gantry, U-Shaped Base, Column Increase Rigidity
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.
Five-Axis HMC’s Solid Machine Base Enables Tough Cutting of Exotic Metals
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.
Machining Center Provides Large Work Volume with Dual Tables
C.R. Onsrud’s HM hybrid mill combines the accuracy and rigidity of a CNC mill with the large work volume and high machining speeds of a router.
Vertical Jig, Boring, Drilling Machine Machines Five Sides of Workpiece
Methods Machine Tools offers the Yasda YBM Vi40 five-axis vertical CNC jig, boring and drilling machine designed for hard milling applications and complex dies, molds and components in the aerospace, defense, automotive, medical and electronics indu...
VMC Serves as Easy Transition from Three-Axis to Five-Axis Production
Matsuura Machinery’s MX-330 five-axis VMC features a high-accuracy, 15,000-rpm spindle with 48 foot-pounds of torque.
Machining Center Series Designed for Single-Clamping, MQL Operations
Licon’s LiFlex series of horizontal, twin-spindle and five-axis machining centers offer a variety of configuration possibilities.