machining center

machining center

[mə′shēn·iŋ ‚sen·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
Manufacturing equipment that removes metal under computer numerical control by making use of several axes and a variety of tools and operations.
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the Nexus VCN-510C/HS achieves high-speed spindle and machining performance in its vertical machining center configuration.
Attendees will be able to view the Mycenter-HX400iF horizontal with 12-station Flexible Pallet Container (FPC) System and the Mytrunnion-1 5-axis machining center with a 7-station Automatic Work Change Device in the Kitamura Machinery booth, A-8054.
The contractor shall provide and install a vertical machining center inclusive of freight, rigging and set up.
The Variaxis 730 5X five-axis vertical machining center from Mazak Corp.
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Fadal Machining Centers will demonstrate its 4-axis HMC 400 twin pallet horizontal machining center at Westec 2004.
You might have already seen the promotion photograph: a couple dozen people seem to effortlessly hold a large machining center overhead, while the headline reads "Support
Precision machining center manufacturer honored with 20(th) Japan Industrial Machining Union Chairman Award
The Precision Machinery Research and Development Center (PMC), a non-profit organization based in the central Taiwan city of Taichung, launched a "five-axis machining center service community" on June 15.
Benz admits that in addition to being quick, this approach is somewhat more expensive if there is a simple comparison made of, say, machining center to LTC.
The machining center will be exhibited at Westec 2004.