High speed machining centers featuring up to 60,000 RPM spindles and  a wide range of integrated options that allow you to automate and maximize efficiency.

High Speed Machining

 

High Speed Machining allows manufactures to efficiently use small cutting tools with a diameter of 0.50" and under. The requirement to make parts smaller and smaller has increased demand for high speed machining centers with spindles from 40,000 RPM to 60,000 RPM because they allow for higher feeds and speeds with small cutters without breaking them. These machines, along with tooling optimized for high speed milling applications yield efficient chip evacuation that minimizes heat and results in a cleaner cut. DATRON high speed machining centers can be equipped with the following:

 

 

LEARN MORE: View our High Speed Machining Showcase (at the bottom of the page).

 

 

High Speed Machining Centers - While all DATRON machines are capable of high speed machining, here are a few specific models that you may want to look at: DATRON neo, M8Cube, M10 Pro and MLCube (see page bottom for reasons).

 

Do you have a high speed machining application?

Part of our sales process is to qualify our equipment for your application. We have a staff of product specialists and application engineers who can help to address your specific challenges.

 

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High Speed Machining Showcase (Sample Photos):

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High Speed Machining Centers:
The DATRON neo has a 19.5" x 15.5" X, Y travel with optional pneumatic clamps, vacuum tables and even a rotary axis. This machine is an affordable entre to high speed machining that is remarkably precise. It is ideal for rapid prototyping and small series production.

The M8Cube has a 40” x 32” x 9” work area with ample room for various workholding setups like pneumatic clamps, vacuum tables and even a trunnion-style 5-axis system. Precision-ground ball screws, linear guides and brushless direct drives provide superior accuracy in all axes. Optional XYZ probing recognizes irregular surfaces and compensate for them dynamically.

Now, if an extremely large work area is required, as is the case for milling large enclosures or batch milling a run of smaller ones, the MLCube is a large format milling machine that is ideally suited. The 60" x 40" travel of the MLCube can be equipped with a QuadraMate Vacuum Table to hold large sheet material up to 24" x 36". Aside from the large machining area, the specifications for the MLCube are similar to the M8Cube.