Machining centers - Vertical machining centers(400)

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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FANUC Robodrill Alpha D21MiA5 used vertical machining center

M2003763064
Visible
Good
FANUC
Robodrill Alpha D21MiA5
2015
on request
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Mazak NEXUS 510C used vertical machining center

M2003761899
Under Power
Excellent
Mazak
NEXUS 510C
2005
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMU 100 T used vertical machining center

M2003760554
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 100 T
2000
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMC 70 V used vertical machining center

M2003760279
Visible
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 70 V
1999
on request
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MIKRON VCP 1000 DURO used vertical machining center

M2003760067
Visible
Good
MIKRON
VCP 1000 DURO
2004
on request
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MIKRON HAAS VCE 2000 used vertical machining center

M2003758043
Visible
Good
MIKRON HAAS
VCE 2000
1997
on request
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HURCO HURCO BMC 4020 HT used vertical machining center

M2003756293
Under Power
Good
HURCO
HURCO BMC 4020 HT
1996
on request
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HURCO BMC 30 HT used vertical machining center

M2003756184
Under Power
Good
HURCO
BMC 30 HT
1997
on request
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BRIDGEPORT VMC 1000 XP Mouldmaster used vertical machining center

M2003753548
Under Power
Good
BRIDGEPORT
VMC 1000 XP Mouldmaster
2002
€ 30.000,00
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DOOSAN DNM 400 A used vertical machining center

M2003751693
Under Power
Good
DOOSAN
DNM 400 A
2010
on request
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Makino V33 used vertical machining center

M2003739072
Visible
Good
Makino
V33
to be verified
on request
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Eikon VMC 800 used vertical machining center

M2003727334
Under Power
Good
Eikon
VMC 800
1996
on request
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HERMLE C20 used vertical machining center

M2003721985
Under Power
Excellent
HERMLE
C20
2008
on request
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NIKKEI VH 1010 used vertical machining center

M2003719683
Under Power
Good
NIKKEI
VH 1010
2006
on request
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MZERO VPC1000 used vertical machining center

M2003719557
Under Power
Good
MZERO
VPC1000
1997
on request
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DAH LIH MCV 2100 used vertical machining center

M2003718912
Under Power
Good
DAH LIH
MCV 2100
2006
on request
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FANUC Robodrill Alpha T14iBL used vertical machining center

M2003713754
Visible
Good
FANUC
Robodrill Alpha T14iBL
2001
on request
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HAAS VF9/50 used vertical machining center

M2003708570
Visible
New
HAAS
VF9/50
2016
on request
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Hyundai SPT V800 used vertical machining center

M2003704247
Under Power
Good
Hyundai
SPT V800
2000
on request
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YCM MCM MV 106A used vertical machining center

M2003703035
Under Power
Good
YCM
MCM MV 106A
2005
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?"