Machining centers - Vertical machining centers(369)

Vertical machining centers are among all machine tools the most versatile ones. They are machines that, since their appearance, have revolutionized the entire world of mechanical production. The machining centers are a direct evolution of the traditional milling machines but much more versatile and multifunctional. They are suitable for many different processes and are ideal both for real production and for secondary machining. The main characteristics of the machining centers, which differentiate them from the milling machines, are many. First of all, all the machining centers are equipped with a magazine with automatic tool changer. This characteristic gives the machine the peculiarity of being extremely versatile and adaptable to different types of machining excluding the operator intervention every time to configure the machine between one machining operation and the next one. Another important aspect is the fact that the magazine can be equipped with different tools, each one dedicated to a particular type of machining, making the machine in fact versatile. The machining centers are machines that work automatically, with the possibility of carrying out the machining operations by communicating and transmitting the data directly through the control panel. In fact, all the machining centers are equipped with numerical control. The vertical machining centers differ from each other according to the dimensions of the strokes that can be carried out along the three axes x, y, and z, again according to the dimensions and capacity of the table and the number of tools in the magazine. Finally, they differ from each other according to the characteristics of the spindle, to be more precise according to its removal capacity and speed. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"

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Used Hwacheon SIRIUS-U vertical machining center

M1903269770
Visible
Good
Hwacheon
SIRIUS-U
2010
on request
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Used BRIDGEPORT VMC 1000/22 vertical machining center

M1903269580
Under Power
Good
BRIDGEPORT
VMC 1000/22
1996
on request
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Used Takumi V11 vertical machining center

M1903269411
Under Power
Good
Takumi
V11
1997
on request
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Used FANUC Alpha ROBODRILL D21 LiA5 vertical machining center

M1903263295
Visible
Good
FANUC
Alpha ROBODRILL D21 LiA5
2012
on request
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Used HURCO VMX 60 i vertical machining center

M1903259589
Visible
Good
HURCO
VMX 60 i
2017
on request
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Used DMG MORI CMX 800 V vertical machining center

M1903259434
Visible
Good
DMG MORI
CMX 800 V
2016
on request
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Used HURCO VMX 24 vertical machining center

M1903257335
Visible
Good
HURCO
VMX 24
2000
on request
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Used FIRST MCV 1100 vertical machining center

M1903252995
Under Power
Good
FIRST
MCV 1100
2008
on request
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Used Famup MCL 120 E vertical machining center

M1903252882
Under Power
Good
Famup
MCL 120 E
1999
on request
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Used Famup MC 70 E vertical machining center

M1903252785
Under Power
Good
Famup
MC 70 E
2002
on request
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Used HAAS OM 2 AHE vertical machining center

M1903252604
Under Power
Excellent
HAAS
OM 2 AHE
2008
on request
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Used HAAS OM 2A vertical machining center

M1903252441
Under Power
Excellent
HAAS
OM 2A
2012
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 60T vertical machining center

M1903252320
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 60T
1999
on request
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Used Mazak Nexus 510C-II vertical machining center

M1903242081
Under Power
Good
Mazak
Nexus 510C-II
2007
on request
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Used DOOSAN DNM400a vertical machining center

M1903241348
Under Power
Good
DOOSAN
DNM400a
2010
on request
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Used Mazak VC SMART 430A vertical machining center

M1903234934
Under Power
Like new
Mazak
VC SMART 430A
2014
on request
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Used Dart 800/A vertical machining center

M1903234687
Under Power
Good
Dart
800/A
1997
on request
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Used MICROCUT CHALLENGER 1300 vertical machining center

M1903234574
Under Power
Good
MICROCUT
CHALLENGER 1300
2002
on request
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Used LEADWELL V 50L vertical machining center

M1903233439
Visible
Good
LEADWELL
V 50L
2013
on request
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Used MIKRON VCP 710 vertical machining center

M1903223210
Under Power
Good
MIKRON
VCP 710
1999
on request
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Vertical machining centers are among all machine tools the most versatile ones. They are machines that, since their appearance, have revolutionized the entire world of mechanical production. The machining centers are a direct evolution of the traditional milling machines but much more versatile and multifunctional. They are suitable for many different processes and are ideal both for real production and for secondary machining. The main characteristics of the machining centers, which differentiate them from the milling machines, are many. First of all, all the machining centers are equipped with a magazine with automatic tool changer. This characteristic gives the machine the peculiarity of being extremely versatile and adaptable to different types of machining excluding the operator intervention every time to configure the machine between one machining operation and the next one. Another important aspect is the fact that the magazine can be equipped with different tools, each one dedicated to a particular type of machining, making the machine in fact versatile. The machining centers are machines that work automatically, with the possibility of carrying out the machining operations by communicating and transmitting the data directly through the control panel. In fact, all the machining centers are equipped with numerical control. The vertical machining centers differ from each other according to the dimensions of the strokes that can be carried out along the three axes x, y, and z, again according to the dimensions and capacity of the table and the number of tools in the magazine. Finally, they differ from each other according to the characteristics of the spindle, to be more precise according to its removal capacity and speed. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How does the machining center work?"