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Machine tools for chip removal are all those machines used in the metalworking industry for obtaining finished objects starting from the use of metal bars and metal cubes. The shape of the desired object is obtained by removing excess material, called chip. The removal of excess material is mainly achieved by turning, drilling, milling and grinding. All these operations involve, variously, a contact between the metal workpiece and the cutting tool. The contact between the workpiece and the tool determines the actual removal of the excess material, obtaining at the end of the various processes the finished piece in the desired shape. For further information, please read the article on machine tools published on our blog: "What are machine tools for chip removal?".

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GILDEMEISTER CTV 250 V4 links used vertical turning center

M2003659036
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Good
GILDEMEISTER
CTV 250 V4 links
2014
on request
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Soraluce TA A 35 used bed type milling machine

M2003658915
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Good
Soraluce
TA A 35
2016
on request
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HEDELIUS T7 2600 used travelling column machining center

M2003658773
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Good
HEDELIUS
T7 2600
2017
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMU 35 M used 5 axis machining center

M2003658644
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 35 M
2000
on request
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Kern CD 480 used CNC teach in lathe

M2003658456
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Kern
CD 480
1998
on request
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BRIDGEPORT Interact 450 used vertical machining center

M2003658311
Under Power
Good
BRIDGEPORT
Interact 450
2007
on request
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MERLI CLOVIS H 70 used conventional parallel lathe

M2003657989
Under Power
Good
MERLI CLOVIS
H 70
to be verified
on request
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STAR SB 16 used Swiss type lathe

M2003657297
In production
Excellent
STAR
SB 16
2003
on request
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Poreba TBR 135 MN used conventional parallel lathe

M2003657633
Under Power
Good
Poreba
TBR 135 MN
1999
on request
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AMCO SACEM MSML 130 used boring machine

M2003657464
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Good
AMCO SACEM
MSML 130
1978
on request
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SODICK SL 600 Q used wire cutting machine

M2003656719
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Good
SODICK
SL 600 Q
2014
on request
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Mori Seiki ZL - 150 SMC used CNC lathe with live tooling

M2003654565
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Good
Mori Seiki
ZL - 150 SMC
to be verified
on request
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FANUC ROBOCUT ALPHA-OIC used wire cutting machine

M2003654815
Visible
Excellent
FANUC
ROBOCUT ALPHA-OIC
2006
on request
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Daewoo Puma 700 used CNC lathe with fixed tools

M2003655973
In production
Excellent
Daewoo
Puma 700
2005
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMC 144 V Linear used travelling column machining center

M2003655803
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 144 V Linear
2003
on request
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MIYANO Bne 51 SY used CNC lathe with barfeeder

M2003655687
Under Power
Good
MIYANO
Bne 51 SY
2003
on request
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Muratec MW200 used twin spindle facing lathe

M2003655578
Under Power
Good
Muratec
MW200
2005
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMU 50 EVO LINEAR used 5 axis machining center

M2003655465
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 50 EVO LINEAR
2008
on request
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OKUMA & HOWA 2SP-35H used twin spindle facing lathe

M2003655348
Under Power
Good
OKUMA & HOWA
2SP-35H
2004
on request
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ROKU ROKU Libero used horizontal machining center

M2003655235
Under Power
Good
ROKU ROKU
Libero
1998
on request
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Machine tools for chip removal are all those machines used in the metalworking industry for obtaining finished objects starting from the use of metal bars and metal cubes. The shape of the desired object is obtained by removing excess material, called chip. The removal of excess material is mainly achieved by turning, drilling, milling and grinding. All these operations involve, variously, a contact between the metal workpiece and the cutting tool. The contact between the workpiece and the tool determines the actual removal of the excess material, obtaining at the end of the various processes the finished piece in the desired shape. For further information, please read the article on machine tools published on our blog: "What are machine tools for chip removal?".