Okuma adds the GENOS M460V-5AX to its ever-growing portfolio. With its simultaneous 5-axis machining capability, the affordable machining centre delivers swift and efficient parts production for the tightest tolerances. When manufacturing complex aerospace components or performing one-chuck multi-sided operations, operators benefit from superior quality and capability without having to compromise to reduce costs.
With the new C 650 machine model from the Performance Line series, the Maschinenfabrik Berthold Hermle AG is presenting a new machining centre for very varied 3 axis and 5 axis jobs. A steel die for automotive tool and mould making demonstrates the precision and performance capacity of the new machining centre.
Over the years, Hurco’s entry-level machining centre, the vertical-spindle VM1, evolved into the more capable VM10 and the manufacturer has continued to improve the specification. Linear travels have been extended, a larger toolchanger is provided, spindle speed and rapid traverse are both faster, and a spindle chiller and through-spindle coolant have been added.