DMG MORI

With the DMC 65 H monoBLOCK, DMG MORI presents a new highlight in horizontal machining. The unique machine concept unites the flexibility and ergonomics of a 5-axis vertical machine with the productivity and process reliability of a horizontal machining center.
The new Lasertec 400 Shape expands the DMG MORI portfolio in 5-axis laser structuring into the range of large molds up to 3,350 mm x 1,350 mm x 1,000 mm with a workpiece weight of up to 20,000 kg.
A new PH Cell pallet system with a footprint of 10.7 m² from DMG MORI is available for the DMU 65 monoBLOCK machine. The side loading into the machine tool guarantees optimal ergonomics and accessibility to the workspace.
Where the UNO series is concerned DMG MORI Microset relies on proven technology in tool presetting plus consistent further development. So the latest models combine optimum ergonomics with extensive technical equipment.
DMG MORI presents CELOS with a total of 16 apps and as PC version for the continuous production planning on the PC in work preparation with direct connection to the machines.
DMG / MORI SEIKI USA Inc. announce the release of a Mori-APT toolpath-based post processor, available September 2013.
The new 5-axis DMC 60 H linear horizontal machining center from DMG/Mori Seiki USA Inc., Hoffman Estates, Ill., (www.dmgmoriseikiusa.com) is for production runs.
With the DMC 60 H linear, DMG/Mori Seiki are starting an impressive performance offensive in the area of fast precision centers for productive serial production up to the 5-axis simultaneous area.
The new generation of the DMG/Mori Seiki's monoBLOCK series has become a sales hit since its introduction in 2010. The most recent version of the first model of this series, the DMU 65 monoBLOCK NEXT GENERATION, also impresses with its dynamics and efficiency.
Mori Seiki has started taking orders for the ULTRASONIC 65 monoBLOCK equipped with ultrasonic machining functions and the LASERTEC 65 Shape equipped with laser machining functions.
DMG/Mori Seiki USA has started taking orders for the NHX10000 high-precision horizontal machining center.
The DMU 60 eVo from DMG/Mori Seiki USA is the newest model in its successful eVo Series, having already sold more than 3,000 units throughout the world.
DMG/Mori Seiki USA is now taking orders for the NVX5000 Series of high-precision vertical machining centers with a No. 50 taper spindle variation.
DMG/Mori Seiki's NTX2000 integrated mill turn center is a new model in the range of the X-class machines that have been designed to meet the needs of today's machine tool users. The NTX2000 is a compact integrated mill turn center with a maximum workpiece size of 660mm x 1,540mm.
DMG/Mori Seiki USA's X-Class machine has a thick, high-rigidity bed with X- and Z-axis linear guides in a high position, and a spindle with large-diameter bearing.
DMG/Mori Seiki USA's DMU 50 eco CNC 5-axis control machining center is designed to be the ideal 5-axis machine tool for low-cost, high-quality parts machining with a shortened delivery time.
Mori Seiki Co. Ltd. has announced the debut of the NH10000DCG machine tool.
Once word got out that PTooling, a self-described small, family-owned machine shop in Amherstburg, Canada, had added a Lasertec 65 3D laser deposition welding and milling machine to its arsenal, major aerospace manufacturers began knocking on its door. 
The medical technology poses major challenges for machinists.
Metal cutting used to be about making chips, but in modern manufacturing it is just part of the story. In today's digital world, metal might be a product's core component, but data is the raw material that drives improvement. That was clearly the case at DMG Mori's Chicago Innovation Days held May 13-16 at the company's Hoffman…
In 2017, Tulip raised $13 million with help from New Enterprise Associates Inc., Pitango Venture Capital and a handful of investors who already were onboard for the seed round. Now the Somerville, Massachusetts, startup is back with a round of financing that’s three times that. Toolmaker DMG Mori has joined the ranks, along with Vertex Ventures.
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DMG/Mori Seiki demonstrates how it uses pinch milling to machine thin-walled workpieces, such as fan stage blades.
Abhijit Sahasrabudhe, of DMG/Mori Seiki USA, addressed "Novel Manufacturing Strategies Enabled by New Machines and Cutting Tools" during the Fast Track Seminar series at the Cutting Tool Engineering booth during IMTS 2010.
David Holmes, the production manager at Linda Tool in Brooklyn, N.Y., recently pointed out the growing shop's emphasis on documentation. Here, Holmes offers a quick walk through of the company's DMG/Mori Seiki NL2000 lathe.

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