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    Default small"ish" cnc horizontal mill

    Are there any short run type horizontals out there? I see Fryer and ATRUMP at this time. Any others that are currently being manufactured?

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    A Kunzmann WF 400 CNC has both horizontal and vertical spindles in the mode of Deckel FP NC machines.


    WF 400 CNC - KUNZMANN Maschinenbau GmbH



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    Kitamura. Kitamura Mycenter-HX250iG - Ultra Compact Horizontal Machining Center - HXG-Series

    Mazak, UN-600/30H


    both are 30 taper, which I'm not hot about but small is small. I'm not sure what a short run vs a long run horizontal is supposed to be, its a horizontal, run as many as you want.
    Seen a couple of the kitamuras show up for sale used before, price seemed decent.

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    We just installed a 300iG for low volume high variety type work. There are a couple of other Japanese machines out there in the 300 class (eg Enshu) but where we live the support has died. In the end for us it came down to this machine vs the 400 from Okuma as both would fit in the space available. We guessed the 300 would be a better size for our parts.

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    mazak makes them

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    I’ve attached a tombstone design we have used on verticals. A few vise makers have these type trunnion setups stock. I think this came from Kurt Workholding. Runs on an a 30 taper S700X1, but it could work for any machine.

    Matsuura has a 300 size horizontal as well.
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    Thanks for the responses. At this time we don't need pallets, we need more use of the whole table and travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roll maker View Post
    Thanks for the responses. At this time we don't need pallets, we need more use of the whole table and travel.
    Most horizontals are pallet oriented. By design, these machines sacrifice work envelope for pallet changing flexibility. They're designed for smaller parts.

    We've been working with a shop over the last few years who have a few dozen horizontal installations with hundreds of pallets. When they expanded to tackle fairly large, short run parts, they went for non-palletized Haas UMC750s.

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    Hello! We actually have a ton of different types of mills in stock right now. You can see if there are any that would meet your needs! Let us know if you have any questions about them.

    Here are our Mills in stock now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevMachinery View Post
    Hello! We actually have a ton of different types of mills in stock right now. You can see if there are any that would meet your needs! Let us know if you have any questions about them.

    Here are our Mills in stock now.
    Only a ton?
    They must be very small "mills"?

    Orrrrrrr, could be just shameless spamming...

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    Yeah, especially as he gave essentially the same reply, with "mills" replaced by "lathes" in another thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevMachinery View Post
    Hello! We actually have a ton of different types of mills in stock right now. You can see if there are any that would meet your needs! Let us know if you have any questions about them.

    Here are our Mills in stock now.
    I ignore all used machine dealers that don't list prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevMachinery View Post
    Hello! We actually have a ton of different types of mills in stock right now. You can see if there are any that would meet your needs!
    Go Away Spammer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    Go Away Spammer!
    Herbert R. Tarlec Jr is back, and has gone into plaid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Only a ton?
    They must be very small "mills"?

    Orrrrrrr, could be just shameless spamming...
    Just connecting people looking for machines with machines...sorry If I offended you in anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhajicek View Post
    I ignore all used machine dealers that don't list prices.
    We have prices listed on ebay. Or you could request a quote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfriedberg View Post
    Yeah, especially as he gave essentially the same reply, with "mills" replaced by "lathes" in another thread.
    I am just trying to help people find machines. Sorry if I offended anyone on this thread at all. I am noticing it bothered people. Really wasn't my intention at all to look spammy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevMachinery View Post
    I am just trying to help people find machines. Sorry if I offended anyone on this thread at all. I am noticing it bothered people. Really wasn't my intention at all to look spammy.
    No your not, you're just pimping your wares, by spamming this thread. You did not in any way TRY to answer the op's question.


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