Kitmondo is your premier destination for high-quality used industrial machinery. In our Metal Machine Tools category, we proudly offer a selection of palletized machining centers. Each machine is meticulously maintained, providing a superb blend of precision, efficiency, and value.

Our palletized machining centers are designed to automate the machining process, allowing seamless production with minimal downtime. Perfect for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and large-scale manufacturing, these machines facilitate the quick and efficient exchange of workpieces, significantly boosting productivity and reducing cycle times.

Each palletized machining center in our inventory undergoes a comprehensive vetting process to ensure top-notch quality and performance. Our machinery is highly cost-effective, offering significant savings compared to new equipment without compromising efficiency. We feature renowned brands like Mazak, Okuma, and Mori Seiki, known for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range from €70,000 to €400,000, accommodating various 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 supporting your business growth with high-quality, affordable machinery. Trust Kitmondo for your industrial machinery needs and enhance your productivity today.

Mazak FH 880 PMC Machining center - palletized

Year: 1997

Nbr of pallets 14
Axis Y 1100 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 1300 mm
Axis Z 1000 mm
CNC Mazatrol M-Plus

DECKEL MAHO DMC 65V palletized vertical machining center

Year: 1999

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 500 mm
Type Vertical
Axis X 650 mm
Axis Z 500 mm
CNC Heidenhain

Used Okuma MA50H / 1000 Machining center - palletized

Year: 2001

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 800 mm
Type Vertical
Axis X 700 mm
Axis Z 700 mm
CNC Okuma Ops U 100 M

MCM CLOCK SP MP 10 1200 Machining center - palletized

Year: 2001

Nbr of pallets 9
Axis Y 850 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 1200 mm
Axis Z 850 mm
CNC Siemens 840 D

DOOSAN HM 6300 Machining center - palletized

Year: 2009

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 800 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 1000 mm
Axis Z 850 mm
CNC FANUC 31I–A

Saimp MECTRA 16 Machining center - palletized Good value

Year: 1984

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 3000 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 1300 mm
Axis Z 1700 mm
CNC Heidenhain TNC 415

HELLER MC25 Uni-Pro Horizontal Machining center

Year: 1998

Axis X 800 mm
Axis Z 800 mm
CNC UniPro CNC 90
Axis Y 800 mm
Type Horizontal
Palette length 500 mm

Used MCM Clock 600 MP14 Machining center - palletized

Year: 2001

Nbr of pallets 14
Axis Y 600 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 600 mm
Axis Z 700 mm
CNC Fanuc 16iM

MAKINO A81-A137 Machining center - palletized

Year: 2007

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 800 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 900 mm
Axis Z 1020 mm
CNC

HECKERT HEC 800 Machining center - palletized

Year: 2008

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 1100 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 1450 mm
Axis Z 1300 mm
CNC Siemens 840D

Used MCM CLOCK 600 Machining center - palletized Good value

Year: 2001

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 600 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 700 mm
Axis Z 700 mm
CNC FANUC 16i-M

Deckel Maho DMC 65 V Machining center - palletized

Year: 2001

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 500 mm
Type Vertical
Axis X 650 mm
Axis Z 500 mm
CNC Heidenhain iTNC426

QUASER MK 60 FANUC Machining center - vertical Low working hours

Year: 1996

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 510 mm
Type Vertical
Axis X 610 mm
Axis Z 510 mm
CNC Fanuc

TONGTAI HA-500II Horizontal Machining center

Year: 2016

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 680 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 710 mm
Axis Z 680 mm
CNC

MAZAK FH4800 80UT Machining center - palletized

Year: 2001

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 610 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 560 mm
Axis Z 560 mm
CNC Mazatrol 640MT

Used DMG Deckel DMC 60 H Machining center - palletized Good value

Year: 1998

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 560 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 600 mm
Axis Z 560 mm
CNC Siemens 840 D

UNISIGN UNICOM 6000 Machining center - vertical

Year: 2012

Nbr of pallets 6
Axis Y 1425 mm
Type Vertical
Axis X 1950 mm
Axis Z 1000 mm
CNC SIEMENS Sinumerik 840 D sl "Solution Line"

Used MCM CLOCK 1000 FMC Machining center - palletized

Year: 1997

Nbr of pallets 16
Axis Y 700 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 940 mm
Axis Z 800 mm
CNC FANUC 16M

MAZAK HCN 8800 Machining center - palletized

Year: 2011

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 1200 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 1400 mm
Axis Z 1325 mm
CNC MATRIX

MAZAK FH4800 80UT Machining center - palletized

Year: 2001

Nbr of pallets 2
Axis Y 610 mm
Type Horizontal
Axis X 560 mm
Axis Z 560 mm
CNC Mazatrol 640MT


Understanding Palletized Machining Centers

Palletized machining centers are high-efficiency, automated machine tools integral to modern manufacturing. These centers feature a pallet system that allows for quick and easy swapping of workpieces, minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity. They are vital in industries requiring high-volume production, such as automotive, aerospace, and precision engineering, where reducing setup times and optimizing workflow are crucial.

Types of Palletized Machining Centers

Horizontal Palletized Machining Centers (HMCs)

  • Purpose: Horizontal spindle orientation with pallet systems for efficient multi-sided machining and large workpiece handling.
  • Applications: High-volume production, heavy-duty cutting, complex part geometries.
  • Key Features: Efficient chip evacuation, high rigidity, multi-sided machining capabilities.

Vertical Palletized Machining Centers (VMCs)

  • Purpose: Vertical spindle orientation with pallet systems for flexible and efficient part machining.
  • Applications: High-mix, low-volume production, and complex machining tasks.
  • Key Features: High-speed spindles, compact footprint, flexible production capabilities.

5-Axis Palletized Machining Centers

  • Purpose: Machines with 5 axes of movement and pallet systems, providing the ability to machine complex parts in a single setup.
  • Applications: Aerospace components, intricate molds, high-precision parts.
  • Key Features: Simultaneous 5-axis machining, advanced CNC control, efficient pallet swapping.

Multi-Pallet Machining Centers

  • Purpose: Equipped with multiple pallets for continuous and automated machining, reducing downtime between setups.
  • Applications: High-volume, high-mix production environments requiring minimal downtime.
  • Key Features: Automated pallet changers, large tool magazines, advanced scheduling software.

Key Features and Specifications

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

  • Pallet Size and Capacity: Determines the maximum dimensions and weight of workpieces that can be handled.
  • Number of Pallets: More pallets allow for greater flexibility and efficiency, reducing downtime between operations.
  • Spindle Speed and Power: Crucial for maintaining cutting performance and achieving high-quality finishes.
  • Tool Changer Capacity: Large capacities allow for extended operation without manual intervention, increasing productivity.
  • Control System: Advanced CNC control systems (e.g., FANUC, Siemens, Heidenhain) provide precise control, ease of programming, and integration with CAD/CAM software.
  • Accuracy and Precision: Features like linear scales, thermal compensation, and advanced control systems ensure high precision.
  • Automation and Integration: Capabilities for automation and integration with other manufacturing systems, such as robotics and material handling.
  • Cooling and Lubrication: Efficient systems prevent overheating and ensure consistent cutting performance.
  • Construction and Rigidity: High-quality materials and robust construction minimize vibrations and enhance machining accuracy.

Advantages of Using Palletized Machining Centers

Investing in high-quality palletized machining centers offers numerous benefits:

  • Increased Productivity: Quick and easy workpiece changes reduce setup times and increase throughput.
  • Enhanced Flexibility: Multiple pallets enable efficient handling of different workpieces, making it easier to switch between jobs.
  • Superior Accuracy and Precision: Advanced control systems and robust construction ensure high precision and tight tolerances.
  • Reduced Downtime: Automated pallet changers and large tool magazines minimize downtime between operations.
  • Scalability: Suitable for both small batch production and high-volume manufacturing.

Considerations When Buying a Palletized Machining Center

To select the right palletized machining center, consider the following factors:

  • Application Requirements: Determine specific tasks and materials to choose a machining center with suitable capacity and features.
  • Production Volume: Ensure the machine's speed and throughput capabilities match your production volume.
  • Precision Needs: Match 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 space available for installation and any 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

Horizontal Palletized Machining Centers (HMCs)

  • Mazak: High-quality HMCs with advanced features. Prices: $300,000 - $1 million.
  • Makino: Precision and durability-focused HMCs. Prices: $350,000 - $1.2 million.
  • Okuma: Robust and efficient HMCs. Prices: $400,000 - $1.5 million.

Vertical Palletized Machining Centers (VMCs)

  • Haas Automation: Affordable and reliable VMCs. Prices: $100,000 - $500,000.
  • DMG MORI: Advanced VMCs with high-speed spindles. Prices: $200,000 - $800,000.
  • Fadal: Cost-effective and versatile VMCs. Prices: $90,000 - $450,000.

5-Axis Palletized Machining Centers

  • Hermle: High-precision 5-axis centers. Prices: $500,000 - $2 million.
  • GF Machining Solutions (Mikron): Advanced 5-axis machines. Prices: $450,000 - $1.8 million.
  • DMG MORI: Versatile 5-axis centers. Prices: $600,000 - $2.5 million.

Multi-Pallet Machining Centers

  • Mazak: High-efficiency multi-pallet centers. Prices: $800,000 - $3 million.
  • Makino: Multi-pallet systems for high-volume production. Prices: $900,000 - $3.5 million.
  • Okuma: Robust multi-pallet centers with advanced automation. Prices: $1 million - $4 million.

Conclusion

Palletized machining centers are essential for high-efficiency, automated manufacturing environments, offering quick workpiece changes, increased productivity, and enhanced flexibility. With various types such as horizontal, vertical, 5-axis, and multi-pallet 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 palletized machining center to enhance their manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality production.