Machining centers - Vertical machining centers(401)

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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HERMLE U 1130 used vertical machining center

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HERMLE
U 1130
2004
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FANUC Robodrill T21iE used vertical machining center

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FANUC
Robodrill T21iE
2006
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HAAS VM3 HE used vertical machining center

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HAAS
VM3 HE
2007
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DECKEL MAHO DMU 60T used vertical machining center

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DECKEL MAHO
DMU 60T
2004
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HURCO BMC 24 16 used vertical machining center

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HURCO
BMC 24 16
2000
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HAAS VF2 used vertical machining center

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HAAS
VF2
2018
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HURCO VM1 used vertical machining center

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HURCO
VM1
2003
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KITAMURA MYCENTER 4XD used vertical machining center

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KITAMURA
MYCENTER 4XD
2013
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CHIRON FZ 12 S used vertical machining center

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CHIRON
FZ 12 S
2000
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Huron CX 12 used vertical machining center

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Huron
CX 12
2004
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YCM XV 1020 A used vertical machining center

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YCM
XV 1020 A
2007
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KITAMURA MY 4XIF used vertical machining center

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KITAMURA
MY 4XIF
2007
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Mazak VCS 430 A used vertical machining center

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Mazak
VCS 430 A
2011
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LEADWELL V 40 used vertical machining center

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LEADWELL
V 40
2004
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LEADWELL V30 used vertical machining center

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LEADWELL
V30
2000
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LEADWELL V 22i used vertical machining center

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LEADWELL
V 22i
2015
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LEADWELL V 30I used vertical machining center

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LEADWELL
V 30I
2013
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LEADWELL V 50L used vertical machining center

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LEADWELL
V 50L
2010
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DECKEL MAHO DMC 65V used vertical machining center

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DECKEL MAHO
DMC 65V
2000
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Mori Seiki NV 4000 DCG used vertical machining center

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Mori Seiki
NV 4000 DCG
2005
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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?"