Milling machines and machining centres

Milling machines are chip-forming metal-machining tools on which the workpiece is clamped statically and the milling tool rotates. Machining centres are highly automated milling machines that generally feature a tool-changing system and sometimes also a workpiece-changing system.


HBZ® CompactCell with pallet change system

Handtmann HBZ CompactCell mit Palettenwechselsystem © Michael Hüter

CompactCell On machining centres used for metal processing, workpiece changes frequently involve physically... more

Datron D5 milling machine

Bedienung Datron Dentalfräsmaschine © Michael Hüter

D5 Universal dental milling machine Milling machines are generally designed to be operated by experienced and highly qualified skilled... more

DMG DMU 125 monoBLOCK

DMG DMU Monoblock © Michael Hüter

DMU 125 monoBLOCK 5-axis machining centre Machining centres are machine tools for universal use that are able to perform a range of processes,... more

Kiesling Perforex machining centre

Vertikales offenes Betriebskonzept von Kiesling © Michael Hüter

Perforex machining centre for switchgear cabinets and sheet-metal parts Machining centres are normally designed for universal use for the machining of parts of different... more

Spinner MVC ClassicLine machine tools

Prinzip Spinner MVC ClassicLine Bearbeitungszentrum © Michael Hüter

MVC-ClassicLine universal machining centre Machining centres are machine tools for universal use that are able to perform a range of processes,... more

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