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4/20/2010

High-Speed Machining for Small Parts

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The M75 from Datron Dynamic (datron.com) is a compact, high-speed machining center featuring a 1.2 kW 30,000-rpm spindle for milling, drilling and engraving.

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The M75 from Datron Dynamic (datron.com) is a compact, high-speed machining center featuring a 1.2 kW 30,000-rpm spindle for milling, drilling and engraving. It offers a feed rate of 550 ipm. The high-performance machine can handle aluminums, plastics, steels, brasses and composites. It’s recommended for the production of panels and housings, milling profiles and 2D/3D engravings. It features a 20 x 20-in. work area, a spray mist coolant system, 10-station Automatic Tool Changer (ATC) with tool database and tool-length sensor, Microsoft Windows software, PC and flat-screen monitor and a protective enclosure with a lock out/tag out feature.

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