DMG MORI's vertical milling machine, CMX seriesClick image to enlarge

The CMX series of vertical milling machines (CMX 600 V, 800 V and 1100 V) from DMG MORI can accommodate workpiece weights of up to 1,000 kg (2,205 lb).

It features travel paths of 676 x 559 x 513 mm (26.6 x 22 x 20.2 in.) for smallest model, as well as up to 1,100 x 559 x 513 mm (43.3 x 22 x 20.2 in.) for the largest model. Rapid traverses are 30 m/min in all axes with Fanuc control even at 36 m/min in X and Y axes.

The machine is equipped with a 12,000 rpm spindle with a 15,000 rpm option on the CMX 110 V model. A tool magazine with 30 tool pockets is standard. The machine is built with a FEM-optimized cast iron bed and C frame design with a 1,000 kg load capacity.

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