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Published: 7/11/2016

Double-Column Machine with Direct-Drive Spindle
Takumi USA’s H-12 bridge-type, double-column CNC machining center is said to deliver improved surface finish, high precision and fast throughput with an inline, direct-drive spindle

Published: 7/8/2016

3D Printer for Additive, Subtractive Processes
Mitsui Seiki USA has developed the Vertex 55X-H, a hybrid machining center that combines additive and subtractive processes on one machine tool platform.

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: 6/29/2016

VMC for High-Speed Machining
Enshu USA introduces the WE30Ve VMC designed for high-speed, high-precision machining of small to medium-sized parts.

Published: 6/27/2016

Machining Centers Offer Rigidity, Stability
German Machine Tools of America (GMTA) now offers a full line of Rasoma machining centers, used primarily for gear making, to its customer base in automotive powertrain, off-highway and other high-performance markets.

Published: 6/24/2016

Durable VMC Performs Heavy Cutting
The Romi D 1500 vertical machining center is designed for durability, rigidity and capacity combined with dynamic and speed.

Published: 6/22/2016

Five-Axis VMC Promotes Accessibility for Loading, Tool Setup
Hermle has introduced the C 250 machining center as a means of entry into five-axis machining.

Published: 6/20/2016

New Series of VMCs with Windows-Based CNC
Milltronics USA Inc. added a new series of VMCs to its VM line.

Published: 6/17/2016

Modular Machine Platform offers Productivity, Flexibility
Mikron’s Multistep XT-200 combines the productivity of a transfer machine with the flexibility of a machining center.

Published: 6/16/2016

Portable VMC for Secondary Ops
Southwestern Industries has developed the Trak 2OP, a portable VMC said to be well-suited for secondary machining operations.