VMC with Small Tools

Datron (Milford, NH), the North American subsidiary of Datron-Electronic GmbH, offers its M10 Power vertical machining center, designed for machining in non-ferrous materials, such as aluminum and plastics.

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Datron (Milford, NH), the North American subsidiary of Datron-Electronic GmbH, offers its M10 Power vertical machining center, designed for machining in non-ferrous materials, such as aluminum and plastics. The M10 offers up to 40,000 rpm with a 3.0 kW high frequency spindle. The toolchanger holds 11 small mills and drills with diameters ranging from .002” to .375” for a host of applications in aerospace, medical, and electronics. The M10’s X, Y, Z work envelope is 40” x 28.5” x 9.25”. Additional highlights and benefits of the new VMC include rigid steel construction with a solid granite table or concrete polymer table for precise and low-vibration motion. It has a functional, ample access design with a storage compartment. Its high-efficiency cooling and lubrication system uses only the fluid than it requires. The M10’s chip disposal system can be adjusted to accommodate different production volumes. Its operating costs are low because of using electricity efficiently and coolant savings. Intelligent sensors monitor all operating states of the mechanics and the advanced PC-based control system can compensate for tolerance variations automatically. The software is Windows®-based and easy to learn, just by following the menu-driven interface.