Used Mazak lathes: cutting-edge technology from the experts
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CNC Milling / Turningcenter
Mazak Integrex 100-IV ST, 2010
Mazatrol Matrix, Year 2010, swing 545, Turnlenght 753, C-Axes, Ø max 412 milling, Ø lower turret 400, Bar-Ø 51, [rpm] 35 - 6.000, kW 11 / 7,5 (30min / 100%), Subspindle, [rpm] 35 - 6.000, C-Axes, Bar-Ø 51, kW 11 / 7,5 (30min / 100%), Tilting Spindel, [rpm] 15 - 12.000, Tool: Capto C 6, kW 5,5, Toolchanger, Tools 40, X: 410, Y: 140, Z: 805, B-Axes -30° - +195°, X: X2 220, Z: Z2 780, W-axes: 795
CNC Milling / Turningcenter
Mazak Integrex E 650H-II x 4000, 2008
Mazatrol Matrix, Year 2008, Turnlenght 4.000, Ø 920, swing 920, C-Axes, [rpm] 35 - 1.000, kW 45 / 27, [Nm] 6.300, X: 1.025, Y: 650, Z: 4.391, B-Axes +210 / -30, Tilting Spindel, [rpm] 5.000, kW 37, Toolchanger, Tool: Capto C8, Tools 80, Tailstock MT 6, Steady rest SMW 6.1
CNC Turning / Millingcenter
Mazak QTE 300 MSY, 2022
Mazatrol Smooth EZ Touch, Year 2022, Ø 340, Bar-Ø 80, C-Axes, [rpm] 4.000, kW 16 / 18,6, [Nm] 358, Subspindle, [rpm] 6.000, kW 6,6 / 7,5, [Nm] 53, X: 215, Y: 100, Z: 605, W-axes: 585, Turrets 1, Tool:, Tools 12, driv. Tools, cooling system Hochleistungs-Kühlmittelsystem
CNC - lathe machine
Mazak Quick Turn Smart 200M, 2012
Mazatrol Smart, Year 2012, Turnlenght 532, Ø 350, swing 660, [rpm] 5.000, kW 15, X: 225, Z: 560, C-Axes, Tailstock, Turrets 1, Tools 12, cooling system
Mazak lathe used buy
Whether it's a lathe, turning center, or milling center, Mazak's robust and durable machine tools generally continue to impress with their high precision and reliability even after years of use. Buying a used Mazak lathe therefore means relying on proven manufacturing technology. As specialists for used Mazak lathes, we are at your disposal with our entire know-how and many years of experience!
Multi-functional machines: Mazak Integrex
The multi-function machines of the Mazak INTEGREX series are suitable for the complete machining of complex components. As the name "Integrex" implies, these lathes combine the functions of several machines in one: For example, workpieces can be milled and drilled after turning. In addition, the INTEGREX lathes are also suitable for cutting threads (even on angled surfaces) as well as for grinding and deburring.
The compact design also means that a Mazak INTEGREX turning and milling center takes up significantly less floor space than a combination of several machines. Workpiece throughput time and organizational costs are also lower because combining production steps reduces both setup and main times, and eliminates intermediate storage and transport between machining operations. Complete machining with a single machine also has the advantage that a single worker can operate other machines during the run time.
Mazak CNC turning centers
In the field of CNC-controlled turning centers, Mazak offers a diverse range of products to meet a wide variety of requirements. Particularly suitable for the production of high-precision, complex parts are, for example, the high-performance turning centers of the QUICK TURN series, which impress among other things with their particularly low setup effort and are offered in various speed variants. Ideal for high-volume production, on the other hand, are the turning centers of the MULTIPLEX series, which are also available in various versions.
With regard to smooth production, users of Mazak lathes particularly appreciate the fact that the manufacturer offers specially developed controls for operating its machines. For example, the control typically used for the Integrex series of lathes is a special version of the Mazatrol Fusion 640, usually the MT type or the Mazatrol T-Plus. The control allows milling operations to be entered in dialog (as on a machining center), makes recommendations on tool selection, calculates the load on the spindle motor, and independently optimizes (if desired) the cutting data.
The so-called machining navigation of the Mazatrol Fusion 640 MT can also be used to optimize the entire manufacturing process. Here, for example, a prediction function shows the intervention time of the various tools, and with just a few adjustments by the user, the machining time can often be reduced. During machining, the current cutting conditions such as axis and spindle load, spindle speed, etc. are also displayed in real time. Precise simulation of the contour to be machined also enables the user to monitor machining steps that cannot be seen directly from the outside. In addition to being displayed directly on the machine, this data can also be monitored from other computers via a network connection.