Machining centers - Horizontal machining centers(145)

Horizontal machining centers are suitable for mass production of both small and medium-large workpieces. The main feature is the horizontal position of the spindle combined with the presence of a minimum of two tables/pallets to allow the machine to work without downtime. Horizontal machining centers are always equipped with 4 axes represented by the rotary motion of the table/pallet to allow the tool to reach and process the 4 lateral faces of the workpiece. Depending on whether the rotation of the table is controlled continuously or indexed by degrees, there will be a greater or lesser efficiency in positioning the workpiece with respect to the spindle. In the presence of large batch production requirements, instead of the two pallets commonly present in horizontal machining centres, we will find a multi-pallet carousel. More pallets are placed on the carousel, usually at least 6, to allow the machine to have greater production autonomy. Once the processing of the workpiece is completed, the automatic pallet change allows the pallet on which the finished piece is clamped to be moved outwards to make space for the incoming pallet with the workpiece ready to be processed. The finished parts will then be removed from the pallets and replaced with new parts to be machined. The replacement of the finished piece with the piece to be machined takes place in masked time, i.e. without the machine interrupting its working cycle, thus allowing a significant saving of time. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"

read more

DECKEL MAHO DMC 65 H used horizontal machining center

M2003663920
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 65 H
2008
on request
More Info

DECKEL MAHO DMC 100 H used horizontal machining center

M2003663673
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 100 H
2008
on request
More Info

ROKU ROKU Libero used horizontal machining center

M2003655235
Under Power
Good
ROKU ROKU
Libero
1998
on request
More Info

Enshu GE580H used horizontal machining center

M2003629075
Under Power
Good
Enshu
GE580H
2011
on request
More Info

OKUMA MX 60HB used horizontal machining center

M2003622310
Under Power
Good
OKUMA
MX 60HB
1998
on request
More Info

OKK HPM 40 used horizontal machining center

M2003620823
Under Power
Good
OKK
HPM 40
2008
on request
More Info

Hyundai kia HS 500 used horizontal machining center

M2003619680
Under Power
Excellent
Hyundai kia
HS 500
2008
on request
More Info

OKK HP 500S used horizontal machining center

M2003613570
Visible
Good
OKK
HP 500S
2009
on request
More Info

TOYODA FH63S used horizontal machining center

M2003611700
Under Power
Good
TOYODA
FH63S
2001
on request
More Info

Linea SPAZIO 7 used horizontal machining center

M2003611265
Under Power
Good
Linea
SPAZIO 7
1999
on request
More Info

Toshiba BMC 800 used horizontal machining center

M1903596717
Under Power
Good
Toshiba
BMC 800
1996
on request
More Info

Mazak FH4800 used horizontal machining center

M1903595436
Under Power
Good
Mazak
FH4800
1999
on request
More Info

Steinel BZ 24 FFZ used horizontal machining center

M1903593527
Visible
Good
Steinel
BZ 24 FFZ
1992
on request
More Info

Mori Seiki SH 5000 used horizontal machining center

M1903588687
Visible
Excellent
Mori Seiki
SH 5000
2004
on request
More Info

Mazak Nexus 4000-II used horizontal machining center

M1903585769
Under Power
Excellent
Mazak
Nexus 4000-II
2011
on request
More Info

OKUMA MA 500 HB used horizontal machining center

M1903582389
Visible
Good
OKUMA
MA 500 HB
2005
on request
More Info

OKUMA MA 40 HA 2 APC used horizontal machining center

M1903582097
Under Power
Good
OKUMA
MA 40 HA 2 APC
2000
on request
More Info

OKUMA MA 40 HA 6 APC used horizontal machining center

M1903582008
Under Power
Good
OKUMA
MA 40 HA 6 APC
2000
on request
More Info

OKUMA MA 600 HB 2 APC used horizontal machining center

M1903581907
Under Power
Good
OKUMA
MA 600 HB 2 APC
to be verified
on request
More Info

HÜLLER HILLE Bluestar 5 used horizontal machining center

M1903464429
Visible
Good
HÜLLER HILLE
Bluestar 5
2004
on request
More Info

Search

145

Do you want to sell used machines?

Publish your machine for free and find buyers worldwide

start selling

Description

Horizontal machining centers are suitable for mass production of both small and medium-large workpieces. The main feature is the horizontal position of the spindle combined with the presence of a minimum of two tables/pallets to allow the machine to work without downtime. Horizontal machining centers are always equipped with 4 axes represented by the rotary motion of the table/pallet to allow the tool to reach and process the 4 lateral faces of the workpiece. Depending on whether the rotation of the table is controlled continuously or indexed by degrees, there will be a greater or lesser efficiency in positioning the workpiece with respect to the spindle. In the presence of large batch production requirements, instead of the two pallets commonly present in horizontal machining centres, we will find a multi-pallet carousel. More pallets are placed on the carousel, usually at least 6, to allow the machine to have greater production autonomy. Once the processing of the workpiece is completed, the automatic pallet change allows the pallet on which the finished piece is clamped to be moved outwards to make space for the incoming pallet with the workpiece ready to be processed. The finished parts will then be removed from the pallets and replaced with new parts to be machined. The replacement of the finished piece with the piece to be machined takes place in masked time, i.e. without the machine interrupting its working cycle, thus allowing a significant saving of time. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"