Category CNC Milling Machines

CNC milling machines are machine tools which are used for the shaping of metal and other solid materials. These machines exist in two basic forms: horizontal and vertical. This refers to the orientation of the cutting tool spindle. Early milling machines were manually or mechanically automated, but technological advances have led to the development of Computer Numerical Control, CNC milling machines.

Most CNC milling machines are computer controlled. These computers have the ability to move the spindle vertically along the Z-axis. This extra degree of freedom permits their use in die sinking and engraving applications. When this is combined with the use of conical tools or a ball nose cutter. The addition of CNC to these milling machines has meant that they have the ability to significantly improve the milling precision without having an impact on speed, thereby providing a cost-efficient alternative to most flat-surface hand engraving work.

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Floor Type CNC Machines

Full Specification

Longitudinal travel 6000~10,000mm
Cross traverse ram 1400mm
Vertical traverse 2000mm (2500-3000mm)

Rapid feed 25,000mm/min
Working feed 15,000mm/min
X/Y/Z feed motors 2×36–27-36Nm
Y/Z ball screws 50×20-63x20kW
X/Y/Z maximum axis pressure 3960-1980-2200Nm

Maximum torque at spindle 1750Nm


Machine Weight 36,500~47,500kg
Spindle taper 50 DIN 69871 A
Spindle motor  36kW
Speed ranges  3
Variable speed  40-4000min-1
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