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The new DMU 40 monoBLOCK® Universal Milling Machine from DMG America (Itasca, IL) offers five axes in the standard version and up to 200 percent higher dynamics in the rotary axes.

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The new DMU 40 monoBLOCK® Universal Milling Machine from DMG America (Itasca, IL) offers five axes in the standard version and up to 200 percent higher dynamics in the rotary axes. Features include a compact design, the milling head with a B-axis, standard hydraulic clamping for 5-axis machining and the possibility of machining with negative angles. High traverse speeds and accelerations in all linear and rotary axes are added to the process. With a work area of (X,Y,Z) 450x400x480 mm and the milling head with a B-axis combined with the CNC rotary table in the standard version, the DMU 40 monoBLOCK® offers the possibility of 5-axis machining. Applications include medical technology, aerospace as well as tool, mold and equipment manufacturing. The core of the DMU 40 monoBLOCK® is the milling head with a standard B-axis that operates via a hydraulic clamp. The construction resembles those of the larger monoBLOCK® machines; however, the internal cable route makes a smaller construction height possible. An additional highlight of the B-axis is the high accelerations and speed with 40 rad/s² and 35 rpm respectively. In addition, the swivel range of the B-axis complies with the installed spindle options, whereby all constructions basically make processing with a negative angle possible. As with the standard spindle with power at 15 kW, a torque of up to 130 Nm and 12,000 rpm rotational speed, and as with the 18,000-rpm spindle, the swivel range averages 125° (+30° to -95°).