1/11/2011 | 2 MINUTE READ

DMG / Mori Seiki Launches the New X‐class Series

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The X Class machine has been designed as a result of thousands of users' feedback on the popular N Series.

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The N Series has been Mori Seiki's best-selling series with 28,000 units sold since the release of the NV5000 in 2002. The X Class machine has been designed as a result of thousands of users' feedback on the popular N Series. This fall, we were proud to introduce four machines in the new class to the great enthusiasm of our visitors at both the IMTS and JIMTOF exhibitions.

The X class offers unprecedented levels of precision, quality and reliability at an affordable price with the flexibility to meet customer needs. The introduction of the X class achieves a new standard in machine tools.

The first aspect of the Xclass that differentiates itself from other machines in its category is the extreme rigidity. The Xclass machine uses a thick, high rigidity bed with the X and Zaxis linear guides in a high position; a spindle with a large diameter bearing; and a table and pallets with a powerful clamping force.

The high-rigidity structure ensures stable machining for heavy-duty cutting. Measures that have been taken to combat thermal displacement further distinguish the X class machines from their competition. The X class machine uses Mori Seiki's original technologies, a heat symmetrical structure that disperses heat evenly, and coolant circulation inside the castings to minimize thermal displacement. In addition, the machine exerts active control over thermal displacement, offering highprecision machining.

Additionally, the X class offers economy in energy saving, as well as compact design. The X class machine uses LED lighting and a hydraulic unit equipped with an accumulator, and is designed to reduce environmental burden and running costs. The total power and lubricating oil consumption has been reduced dramatically compared to larger, conventional models.

The X class machine is available in a wide variety of models to accommodate different workpiece sizes, machining and needs for automation. Currently, the X class machine is available in the NLX, NVX, NHX and NTX models. These cost-effective, rigid and precise machines conform to the latest safety standards in the world, including CE Standards, UL Standards, and ANSI.

The X class machine uses the MAPPS IV high-performance operating system for the operation panel. It is also equipped with extensive programming functions, including the Automatic conversational programming
function (standard). The 3-D interference checking function is also incorporated in the X class multi-axis machine as standard, offering the world's best protection against interference. In addition, ESPRITR CAM software enables complex 3D programming.

Due to the burgeoning popularity of this evolved N class series, the machine will be demonstrated again at what is, arguably, the largest in-house exhibition in the world when DMG Pfronten holds its annual open house in February, 2011. Over 60 machine models will be displayed during the four-day exhibition.

DMG / Mori Seiki offers extremely reliable machine tools that are distributed worldwide. DMG / Mori Seiki's American headquarters is in Chicago with offices in Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Queretaro, San Francisco and Seattle. For more about DMG / Mori Seiki USA and the products in the DMG / Mori Seiki line, visit www.dmgmoriseikiusa.com.


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