April 4, 2013

CNC Machining Centers

Matsuura Five Axis MAM 25V PC10 10 Pallets

A CNC “machining center” describes a CNC milling and drilling machine that has an automatic toolchanger and a table which clamps the part in place. On a machining center, the tool rotates, but the work does not. How a spindle is oriented is the most fundamental defining characteristic of a CNC machining center. Vertical machining centers (VMCs) favor precision while horizontal machining centers (HMCs) favor production—but they are only generalizations, and many machining centers do not conform. We have 5-axis machining centers (pictured above), which are able to pivot the tool and/or the part in order to mill and drill at various orientations.

  • Matsuura Five Axis MAM 25V PC10 10 Pallets
  • Matsuura Five Axis MAM 63V 6 Pallets
  • Matsuura Five Axis MAM 63V 18 Pallets
  • Matsuura Five Axis MAM 63V
  • Matsuura MC 800 VG 20″x40″ Table
  • Matsuura MC 660 VG
  • Matsuura RA IIIF Pallet (Quantity: 2)
  • Matsuura RA IVG
  • Matsuura RA-V Twin Spindle
  • Matsuura MC 1000 VG
  • Matsuura MC 800 V (Quantity 3)
  • Matsuura MC 760 VDC 16″x20″ Table (Twin Spindle)
  • Matsuura MC 760 VXDC 16″x20″ Table (Twin Spindle)
  • Haas VF-2 16″x30″ Table (2)
  • Haas VF-4 (2)
  • Haas Mini Mill 12″x16″ Table (2)
  • Haas Super Mini Mill
  • Haas UMC 750 (3)
  • Fanuc Robo Drill
  • Mitsui Seiki HU63A-5 x 8 Pallets
  • Mitsui Seiki HU63A-5 x 2 Pallets
  • Okuma MB-5000H-11 – Horizontal (2)