MAG (Booth S-338129) will be debuting its MMH 500 Horizontal Machining Center for the general market at IMTS 2018.
MAG engineers designed the MMH 500 with precision, power, performance and productivity in mind. All MMH machines come standard with 60 m/min linear axis speed and 12,000 rpm direct drive spindle (optional 15,000 rpm) which results in more machine throughput per spindle and high speed cutting capabilities. The high-pressure coolant thru tool/spindle ready feature is also included providing flexibility to application changes with the ability to have 1000 psi at a small upgrade cost. The large tool capacity realizes more application possibilities on one machine.
The MAG MMH 500's standard infinite contouring B-axis table delivers higher precision part cutting without having to add this typically expensive option. The machine is 480V connection ready, which requires no isolation transformers, saving you valuable floor space and investment cost. Unlike many other horizontal machining centers in the market, MAG's MMH 500 is designed and built with North American controls design and safety standards, which fully conforms to the latest U.S., Canadian and Mexican safety standards. Finally, the MAG MMH 500 is proudly built in Sterling Heights, Michigan with high quality MAG U.S. craftsmanship.
MAG is a member of FFG global machine tool conglomerate, which is the third largest machine tool group in the world. Besides the MMH 500 horizontal machining center, MAG will also exhibit its Specht 600 Horizontal Machining Center equipped with gantry robot, as well as Saginaw Machine's AC-300-1 Vertical Lathe which is also skillfully crafted in MAG's Sterling Heights, MI facility. FFG will showcase 13 of its state of the art CNC equipment of various types from its global brands. Visit their 10,000 square feet exhibit at IMTS 2018 and experience why MAG, SMS and FFG are the best partners for your machining solution needs.