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11/19/2015

December 2015 Product Spotlight Slideshow: Machining Centers

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This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on machining centers.

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The slideshow below includes machining centers—bridge mills, five-axis, vertical, horizontal—that range in size from Haas Automation’s small-footprint Mini Mill to Bertsche’s back-to-back P5 machining centers. Click through for details and see the links below for more information on these machines.

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