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Gantry-Type Machining Center Handles Large Parts Efficiently

Mighty USA’s gantry-type PG5 five-axis VMC for large, heavy workpiecesuses a compact, rigid Kessler swiveling spindle head and offers a variety of control options for high-efficiency applications.

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Mighty USA’s gantry-type PG5 five-axis VMC for large, heavy workpiecesuses a compact, rigid Kessler swiveling spindle head and offers a variety of control options for high-efficiency applications. Spindle options include a 24,000-rpm, 50/62-hp HSK A63; a 15,000-rpm, 60/60-hp HSK A100; or a 12,000-rpm, 80/120-hp HSK A100. The machine offers maximum X-, Y- and Z-axis travels measuring 236" × 118" × 39" with head rotation spanning ±105" on the A axis and ±200" on the C axis. Distances between column walls measure 49" and 106".

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