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    Machining

    GM CNC packs a punch with compact VMC

    • By MTDCNC
    • May 18, 2021
    • 2 minute read

    If you are looking for a small footprint 3 axis vertical machining centre that is robust, stable, precise and built to last, GM CNC has now introduced the compact Victor Vcenter F76. In a competitive arena with an abundance of 3 axis machine options; build quality and longevity at a cost-efficient price point is often a compromise – with GM CNC there is no compromise. The Oldham company is the exclusive UK distributor of the renowned Victor brand of machine tools – a brand that doesn’t compromise on quality and performance.
    Oldham based GM CNC offers a multitude of Victor machine tools available from stock. The brand is recognised for its relentless productivity and longevity and this is credit to a design and construction quality that sets the brand apart from its rivals. Despite its compact footprint and space-saving design, the Victor Vcenter F76 packs a punch with its meehanite casting and A frame column design that sets the foundation for high-performance machining.

    Built upon this foundation is a powerful 15kW 8000rpm BT40 belt-driven spindle that traverses over the 840 by 500mm table with X, Y and Z-axis travel of 760 by 500 by 510mm respectively. The Victor Vcenter F76 can traverse at rapid feed rates of 32m/min in all 3 axes. This productivity is met by industry-leading stability and rigidity that is derived from NN type double roller bearings, 40mm diameter ballscrews, and 30/35/45mm guideways. These three features combine to provide industry-leading kinematics that supports heavy-duty material removal rates and subsequently improve productivity levels as well as surface finish and precision; setting a new standard in the compact 3 axis VMC arena.

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    GM CNC packs a punch with compact VMC

    If you are looking for a small footprint 3 axis vertical machining centre that is robust, stable, precise and built to last, GM CNC has now introduced the compact Victor Vcenter F76. In a competitive arena with an abundance of 3 axis machine options; build quality and longevity at a cost-efficient price point is often a compromise – with GM CNC there is no compromise. The Oldham company is the exclusive UK distributor of the renowned Victor brand of machine tools – a brand that doesn’t compromise on quality and performance.
    Oldham based GM CNC offers a multitude of Victor machine tools available from stock. The brand is recognised for its relentless productivity and longevity and this is credit to a design and construction quality that sets the brand apart from its rivals. Despite its compact footprint and space-saving design, the Victor Vcenter F76 packs a punch with its meehanite casting and A frame column design that sets the foundation for high-performance machining.

    Built upon this foundation is a powerful 15kW 8000rpm BT40 belt-driven spindle that traverses over the 840 by 500mm table with X, Y and Z-axis travel of 760 by 500 by 510mm respectively. The Victor Vcenter F76 can traverse at rapid feed rates of 32m/min in all 3 axes. This productivity is met by industry-leading stability and rigidity that is derived from NN type double roller bearings, 40mm diameter ballscrews, and 30/35/45mm guideways. These three features combine to provide industry-leading kinematics that supports heavy-duty material removal rates and subsequently improve productivity levels as well as surface finish and precision; setting a new standard in the compact 3 axis VMC arena.