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A compact high-speed machining center that features a 30,000-rpm spindle and 20 by 20 inches of work area within its 59-by-55-inch footprint is billed as an economical means of milling, drilling, and engraving aluminum, plastics, stainless steel, brass, and exotic composites. The German-made M75 machine marketed by Datron Dynamics Inc. (Milford, NH) has a solid granite machining table and it is recommended for the production of panels and housings, milling profiles, and 2D or 3D engraving.

IMM Staff

February 8, 2010

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Low-cost machining of plastics and more

A compact high-speed machining center that features a 30,000-rpm spindle and 20 by 20 inches of work area within its 59-by-55-inch footprint is billed as an economical means of milling, drilling, and engraving aluminum, plastics, stainless steel, brass, and exotic composites. The German-made M75 machine marketed by Datron Dynamics Inc. (Milford, NH) has a solid granite machining table and it is recommended for the production of panels and housings, milling profiles, and 2D or 3D engraving. According to Datron Dynamics VP Robert Murphy, “The M75 is based on our M7 chassis, but has a lighter-duty, lower-rpm spindle in order to offer a lower-cost machine for applications that don’t require the speed of the M7.”

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Included as standard are a spray-mist coolant system, 10-station automatic tool changer with tool database and tool-length sensor, Microsoft Windows-based control software, a computer with flat-screen monitor and hand-held remote, and a full safety protective enclosure with lock-out/tag-out capability. M75 options include 3D probing, integration of virtually any CAD/CAM software, and a variety of integrated workholding solutions like pneumatic clamping systems and Datron’s proprietary VacuMate vacuum tables.  —[email protected]

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