Kitmondo is your ultimate marketplace for high-quality used industrial machinery. In our Metal Machine Tools category, we proudly feature a selection of versatile milling machines. Each machine is expertly maintained, delivering a perfect mix of precision, versatility, and value.

Our miscellaneous milling machines are designed to excel in a variety of milling tasks, offering the flexibility needed for a wide range of applications. Ideal for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and general manufacturing, these machines are capable of performing tasks including contouring, slotting, and drilling. They can handle various materials and complex geometries, ensuring top-notch results.

Each milling machine in our inventory undergoes a rigorous vetting process to guarantee superior quality and performance. Our machinery is highly cost-effective, providing significant savings compared to new equipment while maintaining peak efficiency. We feature renowned brands like Bridgeport, Cincinnati, and Deckel Maho, celebrated for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range from €5,000 to €100,000, accommodating a variety of budget needs.

For more detailed information or to request a quote, please contact our dedicated team, who are ready to assist with your specific requirements. At Kitmondo, we are committed to driving your business growth by providing high-quality, affordable machinery. Trust Kitmondo for your industrial equipment needs and elevate your productivity today.

Hessapp HC-50et Turret milling machine

Year: 1970

X axis 600 mm
Z axis 500 mm
Table length 1180 mm
Y axis 350 mm
CNC type
Table width 330 mm

Zayer 2000BF milling machine

Year:

X axis 2000 mm
Z axis 1000 mm
CNC type
Y axis 1000 mm
CNC No
Table length 2500 mm

Prvomajska GUK-1 milling machine

Year:

X axis 900 mm
Z axis 350 mm
Table area (mm x mm)
Y axis 400 mm
CNC type
Spindle taper

KIMLA BPF 2321 milling machine Hot deal

Year: 2017

X axis 2100 mm
Z axis 300 mm
CNC type
Y axis 3100 mm
CNC Yes
Table area (mm x mm)

VOLTER L2016 CNC milling machine

Year: 2022

Z axis 160 mm
CNC type
Table width 1610 mm
CNC Yes
Table length 2200 mm
Table area (mm x mm)

Used HUBER - milling machine

Year: 2003

X axis 500 mm
Z axis 175 mm
Table area (mm x mm)
Y axis 500 mm
CNC type
Spindle taper

TORNOS BA 1008 milling machine

Year: 2019

CNC type
Spindle taper
Table area (mm x mm)

MECANUMERIC MECAPRO 3020 milling machine

Year: 2016

X axis 3000 mm
CNC Yes
Table area (mm x mm)
Y axis 2000 mm
CNC type MECAPRO
Spindle taper

MECANUMERIC M2040 milling machine

Year: 2002

CNC type
Spindle taper
Table area (mm x mm)
Spindle motor power 26 kW

Italmac Onix Hybrid Model Spring 4000

Year: 2017

X axis 3450 mm
Z axis 265 mm
CNC type
Y axis 660 mm
CNC Yes
Table area (mm x mm)

Tool milling Machine INTOS FNG 40 CNC TNC 415

Year: 1997

X axis 500 mm
Z axis 400 mm
Table area (mm x mm)
Y axis 400 mm
CNC type
Spindle taper

CNC router Jeřábek

Year: 2012

CNC Yes
Table length 3000 mm
Table area (mm x mm)
CNC type Hitachi
Table width 2000 mm
Spindle taper

Copy milling machine OMAB CHIP 100

Year: 2002

CNC type
Spindle taper
Table area (mm x mm)

2015 IPS 15KG GOLD REFINING PLANT

Year: 2015

CNC type
Spindle taper
Table area (mm x mm)

Copy milling machine TOS FGSH 50

Year: 1984

X axis 1400 mm
Z axis 630 mm
Table length 1800 mm
Y axis 500 mm
CNC type
Table width 500 mm

Numco KX 3 milling machine

Year: 2013

X axis 300 mm
Z axis 290 mm
CNC type MACH 3
Y axis 150 mm
CNC Yes
Table length 450 mm

CNC milling machine XYZ RZ

Year: 2017

CNC type
Spindle taper
Table area (mm x mm)

Blohm Profimat MC 610 S milling machine

Year: 2010

X axis 520 mm
Z axis 1000 mm
CNC type SINUMERIK 840 D
Y axis 550 mm
CNC Yes
Table length 1400 mm

Vertical milling machine Heckert FSS 315/E

Year: 1987

X axis 850 mm
Z axis 355 mm
Table area (mm x mm)
Y axis 280 mm
CNC type
Spindle taper

Vertical milling machine HECKERT FU 250x1000/2

Year: 1986

CNC type
Table width 250 mm
Spindle taper
Table length 1000 mm
Table area (mm x mm)


Overview of Miscellaneous Milling Machines

Miscellaneous milling machines are essential tools in the metalworking and machining industries, offering specialized and versatile capabilities for complex and precision applications. These machines go beyond standard milling tasks, making them indispensable in sectors like automotive, aerospace, tool and die making, and custom manufacturing.

Types of Miscellaneous Milling Machines

Bed Mills

Purpose: Designed for heavy-duty milling operations involving large workpieces.
Applications: Ideal for producing automotive parts, large molds, and other heavy components.
Key Features: Characterized by a rigid structure, large table size, and high horsepower.

Planer Mills

Purpose: Built for large-scale milling operations on heavy and oversized workpieces.
Applications: Commonly used in shipbuilding, aerospace, and heavy machinery manufacturing.
Key Features: Notable for their large gantry structure, multiple spindles, and robust construction.

Universal Milling Machines

Purpose: Versatile machines capable of performing horizontal and vertical milling operations.
Applications: Suitable for custom parts, prototype work, and general-purpose machining.
Key Features: Equipped with a swiveling table, adjustable spindle orientation, and a wide range of attachments.

Horizontal Boring Mills

Purpose: Precision boring and milling of large, heavy parts.
Applications: Utilized in heavy equipment manufacturing, large engine blocks, and structural components.
Key Features: Features a horizontal spindle, large work envelope, and high precision.

CNC Milling Machines

Purpose: Automated milling operations with computer numerical control for high precision.
Applications: Ideal for high-precision parts, complex geometries, and production runs.
Key Features: Advanced CNC controls, high-speed spindles, and multi-axis capabilities.

Toolroom Mills

Purpose: Designed for precision milling in tool and die making and prototyping.
Applications: Used in tool manufacturing, custom parts, and small batch production.
Key Features: High accuracy, easy setup, and versatile operation.

Knee Mills

Purpose: Manual milling operations with adjustable knee height.
Applications: Suitable for small to medium-sized parts, prototyping, and maintenance work.
Key Features: Adjustable knee, manual controls, and versatile use.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a miscellaneous milling machine, consider the following features and specifications to ensure it meets your production needs:

  • Spindle Speed and Power: Determines the machine’s capability to handle various materials and cutting conditions.
  • Table Size and Travel: The dimensions and movement range of the table affect the size of the workpieces that can be accommodated.
  • Precision and Accuracy: Features like linear scales, high-precision spindles, and rigid construction ensure high accuracy.
  • Control Systems: Advanced CNC controls for automated machines, providing precise programming and ease of operation.
  • Construction and Rigidity: High-quality materials and robust construction minimize vibrations and enhance machining accuracy.
  • Versatility: Compatibility with various attachments and tooling for a wide range of operations.
  • Ease of Use and Maintenance: User-friendly interfaces and easy maintenance procedures to minimize downtime.

Benefits of Miscellaneous Milling Machines

Investing in high-quality miscellaneous milling machines offers numerous advantages:

  • Increased Versatility: Capable of performing a wide range of milling operations, from heavy-duty tasks to precision machining.
  • Enhanced Productivity: Advanced machines with CNC controls and multi-axis capabilities increase production rates and reduce manual labor.
  • Superior Precision: High accuracy and repeatability ensure consistent quality and tight tolerances.
  • Flexibility: Suitable for custom machining, prototyping, and small to large batch production.
  • Durability and Reliability: Built to withstand heavy use and provide long-term operational capability.

Considerations for Purchasing Miscellaneous Milling Machines

To select the right miscellaneous milling machine, consider these factors:

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

Leading Brands and Pricing

Several reputable brands are known for manufacturing high-quality miscellaneous milling machines:

Bed Mills

  • Kent USA: $20,000 to $80,000
  • ACER Group: $25,000 to $90,000
  • Sharp Industries: $22,000 to $85,000

Planer Mills

  • WaldrichSiegen: $100,000 to over $1 million
  • Pama: $150,000 to over $1.5 million
  • Giddings & Lewis (Fives Group): $120,000 to over $2 million

Universal Milling Machines

  • DMG MORI: $50,000 to $300,000
  • EMCO: $40,000 to $250,000
  • Knuth Machine Tools: $35,000 to $200,000

Horizontal Boring Mills

  • Doosan: $150,000 to $800,000
  • Toshiba Machine: $200,000 to $1 million
  • Fermat: $180,000 to $900,000

CNC Milling Machines

  • Haas Automation: $40,000 to $250,000
  • Mazak: $60,000 to $300,000
  • Okuma: $70,000 to $350,000

Toolroom Mills

  • Bridgeport (Hardinge): $20,000 to $70,000
  • ACER Group: $25,000 to $80,000
  • Sharp Industries: $22,000 to $75,000

Knee Mills

  • Bridgeport (Hardinge): $10,000 to $30,000
  • Jet Tools: $8,000 to $25,000
  • Grizzly Industrial: $7,000 to $20,000

Conclusion

Miscellaneous milling machines are vital for a wide range of metalworking and machining applications. With types like bed mills, planer mills, universal milling machines, horizontal boring mills, CNC milling machines, toolroom mills, and knee mills, choosing the right equipment depends on specific production needs, material types, and budget. Key considerations include spindle speed and power, table size and travel, precision, control systems, construction, versatility, ease of use, and maintenance. Leading brands like Kent USA, ACER Group, Sharp Industries, WaldrichSiegen, Pama, Giddings & Lewis, DMG MORI, EMCO, Knuth Machine Tools, Doosan, Toshiba Machine, Fermat, Haas Automation, Mazak, Okuma, Bridgeport (Hardinge), Jet Tools, and Grizzly Industrial offer a range of high-quality milling machines to suit various applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating application requirements, production volume, precision needs, and budget, businesses can invest in the right miscellaneous milling machine to enhance their manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality production.