Milling - Vertical milling machines(33)

Vertical milling machines are the traditional 3-axis milling machines, the oldest, but which still remain indispensable in the production of small series of very diversified pieces. The peculiarity of the vertical milling machines can be found in their structure. In these milling machines, the table moves along the axes and the head remains fixed. These milling machines are particularly well suited for machining small workpieces. Vertical milling machines are extremely simple machines and the motion of the axes can never take place at the same time as on other machines when machining workpieces with more complex geometries. The kinematics of the machine do not allow the drive of more than one axis, therefore also the geometries of the pieces that can be obtained are very simple. Vertical milling machines are often equipped with a PLC a display that allows to identify the current position of the three axes without being able to dictate to the machine any control, the positioning is done manually by using special handwheels. In the most modern versions, Vertical milling machines are also equipped with a numerical control that allows the machine to be operated more automatically. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How milling machine works"

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HERMLE UWF 900 E HTC used vertical milling machine

M2003661323
Under Power
Good
HERMLE
UWF 900 E HTC
1994
on request
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HERMLE UWF 902 H used vertical milling machine

M1903593787
Visible
Good
HERMLE
UWF 902 H
2000
on request
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OERLIKON FB 0 V CNC used vertical milling machine

M1903590740
Under Power
Good
OERLIKON
FB 0 V CNC
to be verified
on request
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Huron FX used vertical milling machine

M1903590624
Under Power
Good
Huron
FX
to be verified
on request
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Used CERNOTTO BEST S Vertical milling machine

M1903435742
Visible
Good
CERNOTTO
BEST S
1986
on request
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Used COMU FBF 1000 Vertical milling machine

M1903432533
Under Power
Good
COMU
FBF 1000
to be verified
on request
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Used OMV BFC 1050 Vertical milling machine

M1903244906
Under Power
Good
OMV
BFC 1050
1996
on request
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Used CB FERRARI P46E Vertical milling machine

M1903144860
Under Power
Good
CB FERRARI
P46E
to be verified
on request
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Used FEHLMANN Picomax 80 Vertical milling machine

M1903130227
Visible
Good
FEHLMANN
Picomax 80
1999
on request
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Used DECKEL FP4 60T Vertical milling machine

M1903126081
Visible
Good
DECKEL
FP4 60T
1995
on request
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Used ALCOR 220 CNC Vertical milling machine

M1903096037
Under Power
Good
ALCOR
220 CNC
2004
on request
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Used Huron MU 66 Vertical milling machine

M1903040771
Under Power
Good
Huron
MU 66
to be verified
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 80T Vertical milling machine

M1902957706
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 80T
1998
on request
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Used AUERBACH FUW 525 Vertical milling machine

M1802670898
Visible
Good
AUERBACH
FUW 525
1991
on request
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Used RAMBAUDI VERSAMATIC 500 TV MO Vertical milling machine

M1802652922
Under Power
Good
RAMBAUDI
VERSAMATIC 500 TV MO
1995
on request
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Used FIL FS 130 CNC Vertical milling machine

M1802635182
Under Power
Good
FIL
FS 130 CNC
to be verified
on request
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Used PARPAS FVE Vertical milling machine

M1802624901
Visible
Good
PARPAS
FVE
1988
on request
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Used RAMBAUDI Versamill Vertical milling machine

M1802564462
Under Power
Good
RAMBAUDI
Versamill
to be verified
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 60 T Vertical milling machine

M1802439192
Dismantled
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMU 60 T
1997
on request
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Used Huron DX Vertical milling machine

M1802378687
Visible
Good
Huron
DX
1985
on request
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Vertical milling machines are the traditional 3-axis milling machines, the oldest, but which still remain indispensable in the production of small series of very diversified pieces. The peculiarity of the vertical milling machines can be found in their structure. In these milling machines, the table moves along the axes and the head remains fixed. These milling machines are particularly well suited for machining small workpieces. Vertical milling machines are extremely simple machines and the motion of the axes can never take place at the same time as on other machines when machining workpieces with more complex geometries. The kinematics of the machine do not allow the drive of more than one axis, therefore also the geometries of the pieces that can be obtained are very simple. Vertical milling machines are often equipped with a PLC a display that allows to identify the current position of the three axes without being able to dictate to the machine any control, the positioning is done manually by using special handwheels. In the most modern versions, Vertical milling machines are also equipped with a numerical control that allows the machine to be operated more automatically. For further information please read this article published on our blog: "How milling machine works"