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The 8065 CNC is a high speed CNC built for demanding high performance machining centre applications with five axis machining capability. 

It includes parallel kinematics, spherical spindles, and rotary tables. It allows for the integration of application specific kinematics designed for customized machining centre applications. Combined with high performance features such as RTCP interpolation and volumetric compensation, it results in a high quality part finish
coupled with outstanding accuracy. 

The control also features the company’s High Speed Surface Accuracy (HSSA), which monitors the execution of the program in real time, while analyzing the micro-segments of the programmed tool path to achieve smooth and uniformed machine performance for linear and rotary axes. The control now combines the algorithms for accuracy (Conterror) and speed (Fast), which allows the user to adapt the behaviour of the machine to the requirements of the part.

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