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Quickmill has launched a new series of gantry style machining centres called the Annihilator Series. 

Increasing demands have been placed on production in today’s marketplace. Increased productivity, reduced downtime, and improved capabilities have been the driving force behind the development of the newest addition to the Quickmill product line. The Annihilator series machines are the result of exhaustive research and development along with extensive interaction with many existing users.

The series is a very flexible machining centre featuring a simple gantry design that allows for quick installs, greater rigidity, faster speeds, and the latest Fanuc and Siemens controls. The series is an economical solution to your large part machining requirements and will provide any shop the opportunity to enhance the range of services offered to clients and the added efficiency to enjoy higher profit margins.


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