Kitmondo is your ultimate marketplace for top-quality used industrial machinery. Within our Metal Machine Tools category, we proudly offer a selection of high-speed machining centers. These machines are meticulously maintained, delivering a perfect blend of precision, efficiency, and value.

Our high-speed machining centers, boasting spindle speeds exceeding 18,000 RPM, are designed to tackle intricate and demanding machining tasks with exceptional performance. Ideal for industries such as aerospace, automotive, and precision engineering, these machines guarantee high accuracy, excellent surface finishes, and reduced cycle times. They excel in applications requiring rapid material removal and fine detailing.

Each high-speed machining center in our inventory undergoes a rigorous vetting process to ensure top-notch quality and performance. Our machinery provides substantial cost savings compared to new equipment without sacrificing efficiency. We feature renowned brands like DMG Mori, Makino, and Haas, celebrated for their reliability and cutting-edge technology. Prices range from €50,000 to €300,000, accommodating various budget requirements.

For more detailed information or to request a quote, please contact our dedicated team, who are ready to assist with your specific needs. At Kitmondo, we are committed to enhancing your business growth through high-quality, affordable machinery. Trust Kitmondo for your industrial equipment needs and take your productivity to the next level.

MIKRON HSM 400 High speed 3-axis vertical machining center

Year: 2002

Axis X 400 mm
Axis Z 350 mm
CNC
Axis Y 450 mm
Type Vertical
Number of tool pockets 18

MIKRON UCP 600 High speed 5-axis machining center

Year: 2000

Axis X 530 mm
Axis Z 450 mm
Max. part weight 200 kg
Axis Y 450 mm
CNC
Number of tool pockets 36

Mazak FJV-250 High speed vertical machining center

Year: 2000

Axis X 1020 mm
Axis Z 460 mm
CNC MAZAK Mazatrol 640M PC Fusion-CNC
Axis Y 510 mm
Type Vertical
Max. part weight 800 kg

FANUC Robodrill Alpha D21LiB5 High speed vertical machining center

Year: 2019

Axis X 500 mm
Axis Z 330 mm
CNC FANUC 31i Model - B5
Axis Y 400 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 650 mm

INFOTEC 4121 PRO EVO High speed 3-axis vertical machining center

Year: 2020

Axis X 2200 mm
Axis Z 250 mm
CNC
Axis Y 4100 mm
Type Vertical
Number of tool pockets 14

EXTRON Digma HSC 300/P high speed vertical machining center

Year: 2006

Axis X 480 mm
Axis Z 355 mm
CNC HEIDENHAIN iTNC 530
Axis Y 340 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 470 mm

RÖDERS RFM 760/2 high speed universal machining center

Year: 2004

Axis X 760 mm
Axis Z 302 mm
Table length 840 mm
Axis Y 550 mm
CNC Röders RMS 6
Table width 550 mm

DMG MORI CMX 1100 V high speed vertical machining center

Year: 2019

Axis X 1100 mm
Axis Z 510 mm
CNC DMG MORI SLIMLine
Axis Y 560 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 1400 mm

DOOSAN HP 4000 II High speed machining center

Year: 2017

Axis X 600 mm
Axis Z 600 mm
CNC Fanuc 31i-B
Axis Y 560 mm
Type Horizontal
Table length 400 mm

Mazak VC PRIMOS 400S High speed vertical machining center

Year: 2016

Axis X 1300 mm
Axis Z 635 mm
CNC HSKA63
Axis Y 670 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 1500 mm

DIGMA 500 GC High speed vertical 3-axis machining center

Year: 1999

Axis X 500 mm
Axis Z 350 mm
CNC Heidenhain Atek
Axis Y 400 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 550 mm

Emmegi Satellite XT10500 High speed 5-axis machining center

Year: 2014

Axis X 10500 mm
Axis Z 655 mm
Table length 10500 mm
Axis Y 1100 mm
CNC Emmegi Filo
Table width 1100 mm

FANUC Robodrill Alpha D21LiA5 High speed vertical machining center

Year: 2015

Axis X 500 mm
Axis Z 330 mm
CNC FANUC 31i Model - B6
Axis Y 400 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 650 mm

Fidia D165 3A High speed 3-axis vertical machining center

Year: 2001

Axis X 1000 mm
Axis Z 500 mm
CNC Fidia C1
Axis Y 600 mm
Type Vertical
Max. part weight 1500 kg

RÖDERS RFM 600/2 high speed vertical machining center

Year: 2002

Axis X 600 mm
Axis Z 300 mm
CNC Roders Tec RMS6
Axis Y 450 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 700 mm

Datron M8 Cube high speed machining center

Year: 2004

Axis X 1020 mm
Axis Z 245 mm
Spindle taper HSK-E 25
Axis Y 830 mm
CNC
Max. spindle speed 60000 rpm

FAMU PHS 680 high speed machining center

Year: 2008

Axis X 800 mm
Axis Z 450 mm
CNC Heidenhain
Axis Y 600 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 900 mm

Emmegi Quadra High speed 5-axis machining center

Year: 2005

Axis X 240 mm
Axis Z 350 mm
CNC ISAC SAB 9500
Axis Y 350 mm
Type Horizontal
Table length 24000 mm

POSmill E 1100 high speed vertical machining center

Year: 2013

Axis X 1100 mm
Axis Z 510 mm
CNC HEIDENHAIN iTNC530
Axis Y 600 mm
Type Vertical
Table length 1300 mm

OPS INGERSOLL SPEED HAWK 550 high speed machining center

Year: 2010

Axis X 500 mm
Axis Z 400 mm
Spindle taper HSK E40
Axis Y 400 mm
CNC Andronic 2060
Max. spindle speed 42000 rpm


The Ultimate Guide to High-Speed Machining Centers

High-speed machining centers are cutting-edge tools designed to perform high-precision cutting and milling operations at spindle speeds of 18,000 RPM or higher. These machining centers are indispensable in industries such as aerospace, automotive, mold and die manufacturing, and medical device production, where high productivity and precision are paramount. They offer enhanced efficiency, superior surface finishes, and the capability to machine complex geometries with exceptional accuracy.

Types of High-Speed Machining Centers

Vertical Machining Centers (VMCs)
  • Purpose: Feature a vertical spindle orientation, ideal for a broad spectrum of milling operations.
  • Applications: Precision parts, die and mold making, general machining.
  • Key Features: High spindle speeds, advanced control systems, robust construction.
Horizontal Machining Centers (HMCs)
  • Purpose: Feature a horizontal spindle orientation, facilitating efficient chip removal and extending tool life.
  • Applications: Heavy-duty cutting, complex part geometries, large production runs.
  • Key Features: High rigidity, efficient chip evacuation, multi-sided machining capabilities.
5-Axis Machining Centers
  • Purpose: Provide five axes of movement, enabling machining of complex parts in a single setup.
  • Applications: Aerospace components, intricate molds, complex geometries.
  • Key Features: High-speed spindles, simultaneous 5-axis machining, advanced CNC control.
Gantry Machining Centers
  • Purpose: Large-scale machines with a gantry structure, suited for machining large and heavy parts.
  • Applications: Aerospace components, large molds, structural parts.
  • Key Features: High-speed spindles, expansive working envelope, robust construction.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a high-speed machining center, consider the following features and specifications to ensure it meets your production needs:

  • Spindle Speed: Typically offers spindle speeds of 18,000 RPM and higher, crucial for high-speed cutting and fine surface finishes.
  • Spindle Power and Torque: Essential for maintaining cutting performance at high speeds.
  • Feed Rates: High feed rates enable faster machining times and improved productivity.
  • Accuracy and Precision: Linear scales, thermal compensation, and advanced control systems ensure high precision.
  • Tool Changer Capacity: Large capacities allow for extended operation without manual intervention.
  • Control System: Advanced CNC systems (e.g., FANUC, Siemens, Heidenhain) offer precise control, ease of programming, and CAD/CAM integration.
  • Cooling and Lubrication: Efficient systems prevent overheating and ensure consistent cutting performance.
  • Construction and Rigidity: High-quality materials and robust construction minimize vibrations, enhancing machining accuracy.

Advantages of Using High-Speed Machining Centers

Investing in high-speed machining centers provides numerous benefits:

  • Increased Productivity: Higher spindle speeds and feed rates reduce machining times and boost throughput.
  • Superior Surface Finish: High-speed cutting produces smoother surfaces, reducing the need for additional finishing.
  • Enhanced Precision: Advanced control systems and robust construction ensure high precision and tight tolerances.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of materials and complex geometries.
  • Reduced Tool Wear: Efficient chip evacuation and cooling systems prolong tool life, lowering operating costs.

Considerations When Buying a High-Speed Machining Center

To choose the right high-speed machining center, consider the following:

  • Application Requirements: Identify specific tasks and materials to select a machining center with the appropriate capacity and features.
  • Production Volume: Ensure the machine's speed and throughput capabilities match your production volume.
  • Precision Needs: Align the machine’s precision capabilities with your quality standards.
  • Budget: Balance initial investment with long-term operational costs, including maintenance and tooling.
  • Space and Installation: Consider available space and specific requirements for utilities and infrastructure.
  • Service and Support: Evaluate the availability of technical support, training programs, and maintenance services.
  • Future Expansion: Assess the machine’s scalability to meet potential increases in production demand.

Popular Brands and Pricing

Vertical Machining Centers (VMCs)
  • Makino: Prices range from $150,000 to $500,000.
  • Haas Automation: Pricing ranges from $80,000 to $250,000.
  • DMG MORI: Prices fall between $200,000 and $600,000.
Horizontal Machining Centers (HMCs)
  • Mazak: Prices range from $200,000 to $700,000.
  • Okuma: Pricing ranges from $180,000 to $650,000.
  • Kitamura: Prices fall between $250,000 and $800,000.
5-Axis Machining Centers
  • Hermle: Prices range from $300,000 to $1.2 million.
  • Mikron (GF Machining Solutions): Pricing ranges from $250,000 to $1 million.
  • DMG MORI: Prices fall between $400,000 and $1.5 million.
Gantry Machining Centers
  • Zimmermann: Prices range from $500,000 to over $2 million.
  • Fooke: Pricing ranges from $600,000 to over $2.5 million.
  • Haas Automation: Prices fall between $250,000 and $1 million.

Conclusion

High-speed machining centers are essential for industries requiring high precision, productivity, and the capability to machine complex geometries. With various types, such as vertical, horizontal, 5-axis, and gantry machining centers, selecting the right equipment depends on specific production needs, material types, and budget. By carefully evaluating application requirements, production volume, precision needs, and budget, businesses can invest in the right high-speed machining center to enhance their manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality production.