DECKEL MAHO(116)

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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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 60U HIDIN vertical 5 axis machining center

M1701165990
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DECKEL MAHO
DMC 60U HIDIN
2000
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 60U vertical 5 axis machining center

M1701165727
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DECKEL MAHO
DMC 60U
1998
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMU 50T vertical machining center

M1701164832
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DECKEL MAHO
DMU 50T
2003
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 65 V vertical machining center

M1701161805
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DECKEL MAHO
DMC 65 V
2001
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 65 V vertical machining center

M1701161374
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DECKEL MAHO
DMC 65 V
2004
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 70 V vertical machining center

M1701161215
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DECKEL MAHO
DMC 70 V
1998
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Used DECKEL MAHO FP4/60T vertical machining center

M1701129284
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DECKEL MAHO
FP4/60T
1995
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Used DECKEL MAHO DC 70 V vertical machining center

M1700972981
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DECKEL MAHO
DC 70 V
1998
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMF 220 LINEAR moving column machining center

M1600851722
Under Power
Excellent
DECKEL MAHO
DMF 220 LINEAR
2007
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 64V linear vertical machining center

M1600686793
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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 64V linear
2004
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 60U vertical machining center

M1600656955
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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 60U
2000
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 60U machining center with pallet changer

M1600656843
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DECKEL MAHO
DMC 60U
2002
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 60U vertical 5 axis machining center

M1600656665
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 60U
2000
on request
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 100 V vertical machining center

M1600646556
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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 100 V
2000
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMF 220 Linear moving column machining center

M1600114557
Under Power
Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMF 220 Linear
2002
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Used DECKEL MAHO DMC 60H RS4 horizontal machining center

M1600074064
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Good
DECKEL MAHO
DMC 60H RS4
2001
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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.