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High-Precision Universal Milling Machine

DMG’s CNC universal milling machine, the DMU 50 eco, is designed for high precision and reliability in workshop, training and laboratory settings, as well as for tool, fixture and mold construction applications. With its sturdy cross-slide construction and large, easily accessible machining compartment, the machine is suited for both one-off production and efficient manufacture of small lots, the company says.

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DMG’s CNC universal milling machine, the DMU 50 eco, is designed for high precision and reliability in workshop, training and laboratory settings, as well as for tool, fixture and mold construction applications. With its sturdy cross-slide construction and large, easily accessible machining compartment, the machine is suited for both one-off production and efficient manufacture of small lots, the company says.

In addition, the extensive basic equipment with swivel rotary table, 16-pocket tool changer and centrally lubricated, roller recirculating bearings offers the perfect prerequisites for manufacturing complex components. Further highlights include the digital drives in all axes for increased dynamics, the direct-path measuring system for high precision, as well as control technology with the ergonomic Ecoline control panel and 3D software for optimum programming performance and operating convenience.

Also at the show, the company features its DMF 260-11 lineartravelling column machining center with Y- and Z-axis measurements of 43.3" and 35.4", respectively, and its Ultrasonic 10, which is suited for small workpieces.

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