Machining centers - 5 axis machining centers

5-axis machining centers represent the maximum of the technical evolution compared to the world of mechanics. 5-axis machining allows infinite machining operations to be carried out on workpieces of different shapes and sizes. The term 5-axis indicates the unique ability of these machines to move the milling tool and possibly also the table in 5 different directions. In addition to the x,y,z axes of all milling machines, the five-axis machining centres also allow the tool to be rotated in a controlled manner around the A and B axes. The A axis represents the axis of rotation of the head on which the tool is housed, while the B axis usually represents the axis of rotation of the table. This feature allows the tool to approach the workpiece from any direction, thus allowing it to be machined on 5 sides with a single machine setting. All this translates into an enormous saving of time and the possibility of obtaining finished pieces with very high precision finishes. Five-axis machining is also distinguished by the simultaneous machining of the axes. When all 5 axes are able to move simultaneously during machining, then we will talk about a simultaneous five-axis machining centre. Other times, however, we have the A-axis and the B-axis lock into the desired position before the standard 3-axis milling program is started. In the simultaneous machining of all five axes, the operator does not have to intervene to orient the tool in the desired position; this work is carried out automatically by the machine. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"

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Used Matsuura MAM 72 25 V 5 axis machining center

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Matsuura
MAM 72 25 V
2005
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Used HERMLE C30U Dynamic 5 axis machining center

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Good
HERMLE
C30U Dynamic
2004
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 60 evo 5 axis machining center

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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 60 evo
2011
on request
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Used CINCINNATI CFV 5 5 axis machining center

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CINCINNATI
CFV 5
2007
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 50 evo 5 axis machining center

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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 50 evo
2000
on request
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Used MIKRON UCP 600 VARIO 5 axis machining center

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MIKRON
UCP 600 VARIO
2007
on request
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Used Mazak Variaxis 630-5X II 5 axis machining center

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Good
Mazak
Variaxis 630-5X II
2006
on request
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Used Makino V-77L 5 axis machining center

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Excellent
Makino
V-77L
2008
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 60 P Hi Dyn 5 axis machining center

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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 60 P Hi Dyn
2000
on request
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Used Mazak VARIAXIS 500 5 axis machining center

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Mazak
VARIAXIS 500
2002
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Used OKK VP 400 5 axis machining center

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Good
OKK
VP 400
2003
on request
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Used Mori Seiki NMV5000 DCG 5 axis machining center

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Good
Mori Seiki
NMV5000 DCG
2013
on request
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Used WILLEMIN MACODEL W 408S 5 axis machining center

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Good
WILLEMIN MACODEL
W 408S
2002
on request
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Used DMG MORI CMX 50 U 5 axis machining center

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Good
DMG MORI
CMX 50 U
2017
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU80 MONOBLOK 5 axis machining center

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Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU80 MONOBLOK
2006
on request
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Used Mazak Variaxis 630 2PC 5 axis machining center

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Good
Mazak
Variaxis 630 2PC
2002
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 100T 5 axis machining center

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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 100T
to be verified
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 60P 5 axis machining center

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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 60P
to be verified
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 50 5 axis machining center

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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 50
2016
on request
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Used SPINNER MC 1020 5 axis machining center

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Good
SPINNER
MC 1020
2003
on request
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5-axis machining centers represent the maximum of the technical evolution compared to the world of mechanics. 5-axis machining allows infinite machining operations to be carried out on workpieces of different shapes and sizes. The term 5-axis indicates the unique ability of these machines to move the milling tool and possibly also the table in 5 different directions. In addition to the x,y,z axes of all milling machines, the five-axis machining centres also allow the tool to be rotated in a controlled manner around the A and B axes. The A axis represents the axis of rotation of the head on which the tool is housed, while the B axis usually represents the axis of rotation of the table. This feature allows the tool to approach the workpiece from any direction, thus allowing it to be machined on 5 sides with a single machine setting. All this translates into an enormous saving of time and the possibility of obtaining finished pieces with very high precision finishes. Five-axis machining is also distinguished by the simultaneous machining of the axes. When all 5 axes are able to move simultaneously during machining, then we will talk about a simultaneous five-axis machining centre. Other times, however, we have the A-axis and the B-axis lock into the desired position before the standard 3-axis milling program is started. In the simultaneous machining of all five axes, the operator does not have to intervene to orient the tool in the desired position; this work is carried out automatically by the machine. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"