Machining centers - Travelling column machining centers(86)

Travelling column machining centers are ideal machines for machining medium to large-sized workpieces with large capacities. The main feature, in fact, that distinguishes them from the classic vertical machining centers is represented by the fact that the work table is fixed, while to move along the axes x and y is the upright on which the head is housed with the milling tool. This particular technical characteristic essentially generates two great advantages in the machining of medium-large pieces. The first advantage relates to the load-bearing capacity of the table. As the table is fixed, it can support higher weights, which is essential for machining parts with heavy weights. The second advantage is a direct consequence of the first point. The table will not move along the x and y axes, as we have said this is fixed and supports the entire weight of the workpiece, but instead the upright on which the head is placed with the cutting tool will be moveable. Since the head does not have to bear the weight of the piece to be supported, it will be able to reach considerable positioning speeds that the classic vertical machining centres do not have at all. In the classic machining centers, in fact, the table that at the same time supports the workpiece is positioned along the x and y axes, with a consequent lower positioning capacity in a short time. The most advanced mobile column machining centers can also be equipped with 4 and 5 axes, making them real multifunctional machines. In the most complex configurations, the work area is composed of two different tables separated by a central bulkhead to allow working without downtime with loading and unloading operations carried out in masked time. This type of machining is called "pendular machining". For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"

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REMACONTROL LEONARD 2400 used travelling column machining center

M2003791872
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Good
REMACONTROL
LEONARD 2400
2007
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Fagima Fast 160/200 used travelling column machining center

M2003786888
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Good
Fagima
Fast 160/200
1999
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Fagima Fast 160/200 used travelling column machining center

M2003786778
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Fagima
Fast 160/200
2007
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SPINNER MC 2200 used travelling column machining center

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Good
SPINNER
MC 2200
2002
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MANDELLI OVER 6000 used travelling column machining center

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MANDELLI
OVER 6000
2020
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HEDELIUS Rotaswing 100K Celox 5 used travelling column machining center

M2003757731
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Good
HEDELIUS
Rotaswing 100K Celox 5
2005
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AXA VSC2 4000 S used travelling column machining center

M2003757605
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Good
AXA
VSC2 4000 S
2004
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Mazak VTC 300 C II used travelling column machining center

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Good
Mazak
VTC 300 C II
2006
on request
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AXA VARIO 2 used travelling column machining center

M2003753053
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Good
AXA
VARIO 2
2002
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DECKEL MAHO DMF 260 used travelling column machining center

M2003726347
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Excellent
DECKEL MAHO
DMF 260
2010
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Mazak VTC 800 - 30 - SR used travelling column machining center

M2003704039
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Good
Mazak
VTC 800 - 30 - SR
2009
on request
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Mazak VCT 800 - 30 SR used travelling column machining center

M2003703889
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Good
Mazak
VCT 800 - 30 SR
2009
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Mazak VTC 200 C II used travelling column machining center

M2003690088
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Good
Mazak
VTC 200 C II
2004
on request
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DMG MORI DMC 1150 V used travelling column machining center

M2003684852
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Good
DMG MORI
DMC 1150 V
2015
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CHIRON FZ 28 L used travelling column machining center

M2003672693
Visible
Good
CHIRON
FZ 28 L
2003
on request
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CHIRON FZ 18 L 2000 used travelling column machining center

M2003664122
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Good
CHIRON
FZ 18 L 2000
1995
on request
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REMACONTROL Leonard RCL 2.4 used travelling column machining center

M2003663754
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Good
REMACONTROL
Leonard RCL 2.4
2006
on request
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IBARMIA ZV 45/L2200 used travelling column machining center

M2003659748
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Good
IBARMIA
ZV 45/L2200
2002
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMC 144 V Linear used travelling column machining center

M2003655803
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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 144 V Linear
2003
on request
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CHIRON FZ 18L used travelling column machining center

M2003631085
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Good
CHIRON
FZ 18L
2006
on request
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Travelling column machining centers are ideal machines for machining medium to large-sized workpieces with large capacities. The main feature, in fact, that distinguishes them from the classic vertical machining centers is represented by the fact that the work table is fixed, while to move along the axes x and y is the upright on which the head is housed with the milling tool. This particular technical characteristic essentially generates two great advantages in the machining of medium-large pieces. The first advantage relates to the load-bearing capacity of the table. As the table is fixed, it can support higher weights, which is essential for machining parts with heavy weights. The second advantage is a direct consequence of the first point. The table will not move along the x and y axes, as we have said this is fixed and supports the entire weight of the workpiece, but instead the upright on which the head is placed with the cutting tool will be moveable. Since the head does not have to bear the weight of the piece to be supported, it will be able to reach considerable positioning speeds that the classic vertical machining centres do not have at all. In the classic machining centers, in fact, the table that at the same time supports the workpiece is positioned along the x and y axes, with a consequent lower positioning capacity in a short time. The most advanced mobile column machining centers can also be equipped with 4 and 5 axes, making them real multifunctional machines. In the most complex configurations, the work area is composed of two different tables separated by a central bulkhead to allow working without downtime with loading and unloading operations carried out in masked time. This type of machining is called "pendular machining". For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"