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Horizontal Machining Centers

Used Horizontal Machining Centers For Sale

Please view the regularly updated inventory of used Horizontal Machining Centers below. Inventory includes a variety of brands, sizes, and capacities. Below is our up to date selection of used Horizontal Machining Centers. Our brands include but are not limited to: Okuma, Haas, Doosan, Mazak, Mitsubishi and more. If you don’t find the Horizontal Machining Center you are looking for, please contact us!

Revelation Machinery can always help you find what you need!  If you have any questions about Horizontal Machining Centers or need to find a specific brand/type, please feel free to contact us !  If you need to sell your used Horizontal Machining Centers, do so here.

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2019
Haas
EC-1600ZT
2016
Kitamura
HX250iG
2002
Daewoo
DHM-500
2018
Doosan
NHP 5000
2014
OKUMA
MA-12500H
2012
Okuma
MA-600HII
2012
Okuma
MA-600HB-II
2012
OKUMA
MA-600HB-II
2012
Okuma
MA-500HII
1998
Doosan
HM-45H
1999
Kia
H40
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CNC Machining Centers are milling machines that have an automatic tool changing device.This gives them a huge advantage over regular milling machines.  The automatic tool changer improves production capacity and makes the machine more versatile. They are known for their accuracy, repeat-ability and precision.

Horizontal Machining Centers have a spindle that is in a horizontal orientation.  The tools will be protruding out of the side of the tool holder and it will cut the material without leaving metal chips in the way (gravity assists with this!).  Instead of the chips accumulating in the way of the machine performing the cut, they will just fall off and keep the cutting area free from debris. VMC’s end up having the chips sit in holes at the bottom of the machine that have to be removed by the cutter’s helix or a coolant.  Which will put a lot more wear and tear on the tooling. An HMC will have a much longer tool life and an even better surface finish!

HMC’s are typically enclosed and come with a 4th axis, although 3 is standard. Even if they do not come with a 4th axis, they still have the capability to have a tombstone on the 4th axis, if you decide to upgrade.  They can also have a high pressure through spindle coolant added and a pallet changer.

These machines are usually bigger than VMC’s and take up more space in the shop. They are made to be bulky and withstand high production.  This means the machines are going to be much more durable in the long run.

Another advantage to getting an HMC is that they deflect less and have less vibration than VMC’s.  A disadvantage of an HMC is that they are more expensive than VMC’s because of their higher production rate.  They can produce at the rate of about three Vertical Machining Centers! But just remember that they will end up paying for themselves with all of the money you save in the increased productivity.

Below is a quick pro list for HMC machines:

  • They almost all come with a 4th axis tombstone capability!
  • Quieter/Deflect less
  • Much better surface finishes
  • Spindle utilization is higher
  • Chip evacuation is aided by gravity
  • More productive!
  • Pay for themselves
  • More rigid!
  • Fewer operators are needed, which saves you money!  (they can do the work of 3 VMC’s)
  • Better for mass production

Revelation Machinery can always help you find what you need!  If you have any questions about Horizontal Machining Centers or need to find a specific brand/type, please feel free to contact us !  If you need to sell your used Horizontal Machining Centers, do so here.