Vertical Machining Centers (VMCs)

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Published: 8/2/2017

Linear Way VMCs Provide Stable, Precise Machining
Hannsa announces its Linear Way series of vertical machining centers designed to be compact in size and competitively priced while enabling precise, high-speed machining.

Published: 6/5/2017

Hardinge VMCs Feature Fast Rapid Rates, High Axis and Spindle Acceleration/Deceleration
The Bridgeport VMCs are ideal for job shops or OEMs. The machines have a small compact footprint, yet include a rugged machine developed for applications that require a rigid, fast and accurate setup.

Published: 5/17/2017

Double-Column Machining Centers Deliver High Accuracy
Amerimold 2017: Extremely rigid and thermally stable, the Takumi H series of double-column machining centers are designed for parts that require high accuracy and surface finish in die/mold, aerospace and other high-speed applications.

Published: 5/11/2017

VMC Machines Hardened Steel Molds
Amerimold 2017: JTEKT Toyoda Americas will demonstrate its Stealth 965 vertical machining center running a mold in hardened steel.

Published: 5/10/2017

Mill’s “Oil Shroud” Virtually Eliminates Dust in Graphite Machining
Amerimold 2017: EDM Network will exhibit the HM43GT graphite mill, which features an optional “oil shroud” that virtually eliminates the dust common to graphite milling.

Published: 5/9/2017

Bridge-Type Milling Machines Performs Roughing, Finishing
Amerimold 2017: Waldrich Coburg’s Taurus 25 and Taurus 30 bridge-type milling machines feature a robust cast iron structure and hydrostatic guideways that make for a stable platform for heavy roughing cuts, while still providing high-speed, chatter-...

Published: 4/27/2017

Portable VMC Streamlines Secondary Operations
Eastec 2017: Southwestern Industries will showcase the Trak 2OP, its portable VMC designed for secondary machining operations.

Published: 4/25/2017

Machining Center’s Ladder-Type Cross Rails Prevents Vertical-Axis Deformation
Eastec 2017: Takumi says its H10 double-column machining center’s rigidity and thermal stability make it well-suited for parts that require fast processing, high precision and quality surface finish.

Published: 4/4/2017

Air-Powered Spindles Enable 50,000-rpm Milling
Eastec 2017: Air Turbine Spindles’ new 50,000-rpm 660 series is said to dramatically reduce cycle time and machine spindle wear in applications ranging from micromachining to heavy-duty milling in tool steel, titanium, ceramics or Inconel.

Published: 4/3/2017

Hybrid Vertical Machining Center Integrates Wire-Arc Technology
Hybrid combines five-axis subtractive capabilities with arc-welding head.