HMCs Designed For Flexibility

Heller’s full-color brochure features the MCH line of HMCs. a one-piece, cast iron construction and include Siemens 840D CNCs, swiveling pallet changers, rotary indexing tables and more.

 

Featuring color photos, detailed diagrams and technical specifications, this brochure outlines Heller’s MCH line of HMCs. With a one-piece, cast iron construction, these gantry-type machining centers include Siemens 840D CNCs, swiveling pallet changers, rotary indexing tables, digital feed drives and guideways equipped with low-friction, preloaded roller bearings. The HMC line also offers a number of options for increased flexibility, including chain or rack magazine ATCs, measuring probes, various cooling pumps, automatic robot loading and more.

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