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Published: 7/12/2016

Five-Axis Machining Platform for Extrusions
C.R. Onsrud’s X-Series is a five-axis CNC machining platform designed specifically for extrusions.

Published: 7/7/2016

Hybrid Milling, Additive Manufacturing
DMG MORI offers a hybrid additive manufacturing machine, the Lasertec 65 3D.

Published: 7/7/2016

Five-Axis VMC for Large-Size Machining
Mighty USA introduces its Viper PG5 five-axis Gantry machine, which is a high-wall, gantry-style, simultaneous five-axis double-column VMC designed for large-size and heavy workpieces.

Published: 7/5/2016

VMC for 4+1, Five-Axis Applications
Chevalier Machinery will exhibit its new QP5X-400, a high-speed VMC featuring five-axis simultaneous or 4+1 axis positioning applications.

Published: 7/1/2016

Machining Centers for Unattended Operation
YMT will showcase two FMC systems from Quaser designed for lights-out automation.

Published: 6/30/2016

Five-Axis Machine for Complete, Six-Sided Machining
Chiron America’s five-axis FZ08MT Precision+ machining center is said to enable complex, five-axis parts to be machined in a single setup from bar stock without the need for additional finishing.

Published: 6/23/2016

Fully Digital Five-Axis VMC
Hardinge will display the new Bridgeport XT 630 VMC, a five-axis machining center that is fully-digital and is designed for use in the aerospace, die/mold, medical and automotive industries.

Published: 6/23/2016

Dual-Axis Rotary Table for Five-Axis Machining
The TRT70 dual-axis rotary table from Haas Automation delivers high speed and accurate positioning for 3+2 and full five-axis machining of small, complex parts.

Published: 6/21/2016

Five-Axis Machining Options
Heller Machine Tools will exhibit several five-axis machine models with C-axis head available in several machine models.

Published: 6/17/2016

Vertical Machining Center for Unmanned Operation
Matsuura Machinery USA’s MAM72-35V five-axis vertical machining center is designed for high-accuracy, complex five-axis machining with one-chucking to facilitate cost-effective unmanned operation.