Horizontal Machining Centers

Advanced Machining Allows Subsea Valves To Handle the Pressure

BEL Valves uses a variety of DMG / MORI SEIKI machine tools to meet its paramount need for reliability during production. 
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Horizontal Machining Centers: Articles

Hwacheon Names Nedler Vice President

Nedler was previously product manager – milling at Hwacheon. He has been with the company since 2012.
Hwacheon Machinery America has appointed Robert Nedler to the position of vice president of sales.

High Precision HMC Handles Extremely Heavy Workpieces

The working area of the NHX4000 reflects the high precision demands made in a circular accuracy of < 1.7 μm, with 1.3 in/sec feed in X and Y, as well as a 3.9 in radius to go hand-in-hand with impressive speed and dynamic values. The linear axes travel at speeds up to 39.4 in/sec, with acceleration values up to 9 m/s².
The heavy-duty NHX4000 horizontal machining center from DMG Mori ideal for machining 24.8 in x 35.4 in workpieces that weigh up to 880 lb.

Turnkey Fabricator Increases Capacity with New Horizontal Boring and Milling Machine

The new machine is a step up from its smaller predecessor, featuring a 20-by-10-ft envelope that can handle larger weldments as well as smaller pieces if needed.
ExacTech recently added an HNK Model HFB 150 CNC ram/floor horizontal boring and milling machine to its 91,000 sq ft heavy fabrication operation to enhance its customer service capabilities.

Hurco Premieres New Web Series about Machinists

The new reality web series, CycleStartTM, was created to attract young people to the machinist trade and features machinists in their environment.
Hurco debuted a new web series at the Canadian Manufacturing & Technology Show (CMTS) during Student Day. 

Hyundai WIA Names New National Sales Manager

Crean brings more than 30 years sales and marketing management experience across a broad spectrum of machine tool builders and distributors.
Hyundai WIA announces the appointment of John Crean to national sales manager. 

 

Horizontal Machining Centers: Products

HMC Turn-Cut Function Eliminates Need for Secondary Turning

Turn-Cut enables users to turn features on large, unbalanced parts on the same platform where standard CNC machining functions are performed, eliminating the need to purchase special-purpose machines, tooling, fixtures or add-on components. simplifies fixturing and reduces set up time.
Turn-Cut processes work on Okuma MA and MB series of horizontal machining centers without the need to use secondary machinery for a turning application. In some cases, it can also be retrofitted to an existing Okuma machining center.

5-Axis HMC is Right Sized for Small Aerospace Parts

The a61nx-5E differentiates from other similar 5-axis horizontal platforms through its innovative pallet-change system, advanced twin-direct-drive rotary table design, and availability of a high-power 24,000 rpm spindle. The result is a highly productive, right-sized solution that can provide up to 310 cu in of metal removal per minute.
The a61nx-5E from Makino is uniquely sized for small components, featuring 3D contours without compromising the highly productive spindle performance and 5-axis capabilities of larger aerospace machines.

5-Axis HMC for Large Industrial, Energy and Aerospace Job Shop Production

The T1 spindle handles the challenges of titanium and nickel-based alloys. The torque and power of the 12,000 rpm spindle make it highly productive in the machining of non-ferrous, ferrous and hard-metal materials, putting shop owners in a unique position to deliver highly competitive machining solutions for workpieces of any shape and any material.
The rigid design, versatile cutting capabilities and sizable work envelope make the T1 5-axis horizontal machining center from Makino an ideal fit for machining both soft and hard metals.