What to Do When Five-Axis Machining Is Off the Table

Inside the Mazak VMC, the pL LEHMANN table is positioned on the far right-hand-side of the worktable, allowing for additional vises and machining operations to take place on the left. Photos: Brent Donaldson

For Fischer USA, 3+2 machining with a high-precision rotary
table adds flexibility without the cost of a full five-axis machine.

When is a three-axis vertical mill, equipped with an aftermarket two-axis rotary table, preferable to a true five-axis machining center? Ask Fischer USA.

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GF Machining Solutions redesigns the high-performance Milling machine Mikron MILL P 800 U and launches the Mikron MILL P 800 U S for higher productivity

Media Release

Biel, Switzerland, July 2022

GF Machining Solutions follows market trends and answers to customers’ challenges by redesigning the established high-performance five-axis milling machine Mikron MILL P 800 U and creating the Mikron MILL P 800 U S, a compact and ready-for-automation machine that delivers intelligent productivity.

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Reduced manufacturing process time thanks to new hybrid solution available on the Mikron MILL S/X (U) for Milling and Grinding

Media release

Biel, Switzerland, July 2022

Customers can now achieve faster processing times thanks to the hybrid Milling/Grinding capabilities available on the Milling machine series Mikron MILL S/X (U). The machines in these series are now able to combine milling and jig grinding on the same machine without any impact on its footprint or its performance.

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