4/18/2012

VMC Developed for Die and Mold Industry

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YCM Americas offers the NTV158B, a high-efficiency, T-base VMC for die and mold applications.

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YCM Americas offers the NTV158B, a high-efficiency, T-base VMC for die and mold applications. The Z-axis, dual-drive system features roller-type guideways on all axes to enable rapid feed rates. X-, Y- and Z-axis travel measures 60.2" × 30" × 27.6", respectively, with rapid feed rates of 1,181 × 1,181 × 945 ipm. A 15,000-rpm spindle is available with optional 40-hp maximum spindle power. 

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