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5-axis machining center / vertical / high-speed / for molds

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5-axis machining center / vertical / high-speed / for molds 5-axis machining center / vertical / high-speed / for molds - V80S


  • Number of axes:


  • Spindle orientation:


  • Other characteristics:

    high-speed, for molds

  • X travel:

    1,300 mm (51 in)

  • Y travel:

    1,000 mm (39 in)

  • Z travel:

    600 mm (24 in)

  • Rotational speed:

    20,000 rpm (125,664 rad.min-1)


The V80S cuts cycle times and reduces handwork in large, complex specialty dies and molds.

The V80S vertical machining center is a five-axis continuous processing platform designed for large die/mold part machining. It features a titling/rotating spindle, insuring that the tool tip can be positioned to provide optimum contact with the workpiece - extending tool life, providing outstanding surface finishes and minimizing post machining hand processes.

Designed to meet stringent accuracy requirements, provide the finest finishes, maintain tight tolerance and increase productivity – the machine is ideal for high-speed finish machining of complex, multifaceted, 3-D contours typical of dies and molds.

In addition, the V80S is outfitted with the Makino Professional 6 control providing a stable, secure platform with reliable performance on the NC side, while providing an operator-friendly graphical user interface (GUI). This latest generation machine tool control offers large color touch-sensitive, on-screen, menu-driven applications. Icons provide “hot links” and quick access to critical information that may be required by the operator. In addition, the new control platform provides all of the functions typical of a PC (cut, paste, copy, find, replace, etc.) that are rarely available on a machine tool control. Advanced data management technology and Makino’s proprietary, next-generation Super Geometric Intelligence (SGI.5) servo control deliver the lowest cycle times achievable by reducing machining cycle times on dies, complex cavities and cores by as much as 40 percent when compared to most other control technologies.