Ideal for production lines, short runs, one-offs and prototyping, Palmgren’s (Naperville, IL) line of compact vertical machining centers (VMCs) are an excellent solution for machining small parts. Three sizes: 7 x 24.5 inches, 8.5 x 27 inches, and 10 x 31 inches.
Their small footprint makes them an economical option for small shops that require a second machine or an additional spindle.
Each machine is manufactured and tested to ensure it meets the highest quality and accuracy standards. In addition, it is recognized for improved accuracy and repeating due to the solid rigid construction. Each model features a 10-tool magazine with automatic tool changer and a user-friendly portable handwheel.
Palmgren, now in its second century, is a C.H. Hanson brand.
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