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Compact HMC Offers Stability and Efficiency

The EH-320 horizontal machining center from Feeler features a double-wall, rib-reinforced frame on a box-in-box structural design for increased stability and efficiency.

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The EH-320 horizontal machining center from Feeler features a double-wall, rib-reinforced frame on a box-in-box structural design for increased stability and efficiency. A BT-40 direct-drive spindle is designed for rigid tapping and increased chip removal rates. The compact HMC is well-suited for applications including automotive motorcycle parts, moldmaking, 3C products and semiconductors. Additional specifications, standard and optional accessories are listed in the brochure.

 

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