DECKEL MAHO(123)

Friedrich Deckel was already active at the end of the 19th century in the field of shutters for the photographic industry. In the early 1900s, Deckel began to specialise in the design and manufacture of high-precision machine tools for precision mechanics and mould making. In 1912, Deckel was the first company in Germany to introduce the 8-hour working day and at that time already had 500 employees. In addition to the production of machine tools, the company also produces injection pumps for diesel and petrol engines and during the Second World War builds aircraft engines for BMW. In 1953, the company reached 3,000 employees and increasingly focuses exclusively on the manufacture of high-precision machine tools, in particular on the design of milling machines. In 1993, Deckel merged with Maho, but the merger only led to bankruptcy a year later. In 1994, Deckel Maho was entirely taken over by the turning machine manufacturer Gildemeister, and finally formed the Deckel Maho GIldemeister group, more commonly known as DMG. Today, the DMG brands have passed under the control of the Japanese company DMG-MORI. 

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Under Power
Good
DMG
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2011
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HAAS TRT210 used rotary table

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In production
Excellent
HAAS
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2007
on request
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M2003825385
Visible
Good
Kallfass
KW 5050 Universal
2003
on request
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Used Kallfass KC 5040 450 Universal shrinking tunnel

M2003825295
Visible
Good
Kallfass
KC 5040 450 Universal
2002
on request
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Used Kallfass KC 5040 450 Universal shrinking tunnel

M2003825205
Visible
Good
Kallfass
KC 5040 450 Universal
1999
on request
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Used Kallfass KC 5040 450 Universal shrinking tunnel

M2003825105
Visible
Good
Kallfass
KC 5040 450 Universal
2003
on request
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Used Kallfass Standard 650 N shrinking tunnel

M2003825010
Visible
Good
Kallfass
Standard 650 N
1998
on request
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DAH LIH DL-MCV1020 used vertical machining center

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Under Power
Good
DAH LIH
DL-MCV1020
1998
on request
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Mazak SQT200 used CNC lathe with fixed tools

M2003824769
Under Power
Good
Mazak
SQT200
1998
on request
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ANAYAK HVM 7000 used travelling column milling machine

M2003824451
Under Power
Good
ANAYAK
HVM 7000
1996
on request
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Under Power
Excellent
DMG MORI
DMU 50
2016
on request
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Mori Seiki NZ 2000 T3 Y3 used CNC lathe with barfeeder

M2003824204
Under Power
Excellent
Mori Seiki
NZ 2000 T3 Y3
2009
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMC 200 U used 5 axis machining center

M2003824083
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 200 U
2000
on request
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Mazak PFH 5800 used horizontal machining center

M2003823966
Under Power
Excellent
Mazak
PFH 5800
2005
on request
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DECKEL MAHO DMF 360 /11 FD used travelling column machining center

M2003823826
Under Power
Excellent
DECKEL MAHO
DMF 360 /11 FD
2011
on request
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M2003823721
Under Power
Like new
AVM ANGELINI
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2002
on request
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Under Power
Good
SPINNER
U5-1520
2009
on request
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MIKRON VCE 1200 Pro used vertical machining center

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In production
Good
MIKRON
VCE 1200 Pro
2003
on request
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Visible
Good
DMG MORI
DMC 650 V
2015
on request
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Visible
Good
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CMX 800 V
2018
on request
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Description

Friedrich Deckel was already active at the end of the 19th century in the field of shutters for the photographic industry. In the early 1900s, Deckel began to specialise in the design and manufacture of high-precision machine tools for precision mechanics and mould making. In 1912, Deckel was the first company in Germany to introduce the 8-hour working day and at that time already had 500 employees. In addition to the production of machine tools, the company also produces injection pumps for diesel and petrol engines and during the Second World War builds aircraft engines for BMW. In 1953, the company reached 3,000 employees and increasingly focuses exclusively on the manufacture of high-precision machine tools, in particular on the design of milling machines. In 1993, Deckel merged with Maho, but the merger only led to bankruptcy a year later. In 1994, Deckel Maho was entirely taken over by the turning machine manufacturer Gildemeister, and finally formed the Deckel Maho GIldemeister group, more commonly known as DMG. Today, the DMG brands have passed under the control of the Japanese company DMG-MORI.