Mills CNC to launch new range in Ireland

by Paul Fanning

Mills CNC, the exclusive distributor of Doosan machine tools in the UK and Ireland, is launching a new range of three-axis vertical machining centres into the market.

The compact DEM 4000 machine is the latest addition to Doosan’s impressive range of vertical machining centres - a range that includes the best-selling and ever-popular DNM- and Mynx-series. And, as one might expect from a new Doosan machine range - quality, reliability and a cost-competitiveness - are amongst the new DEM 4000s key selling points.

Despite its relatively small footprint the DEM 4000 boasts 550mm x 400mm x 450mm (X-, Y- and Z-) axis travels with 24m/min rapid rates on all three axes, a 650mm x 400mm table (with 400kg maximum table load) and features a 7.5kW/8,000rpm (BT 40) high-performance spindle that delivers fast and accurate cutting performance.

The machine’s rigid design and build also ensures high (and consistent) part accuracies and repeatability’s, as well as good surface finishes.

The DEM 4000 is equipped with the Doosan Fanuc i control and can be supplied with a choice of automatic tool changer configurations (the Armless ATC option has a 16-position capacity; the Cam-type ATC option has a 20-position capacity).

Says Tony Dale, Mills CNC’s Technical Director: “Doosan machine tools have a reputation in the market for their accuracy, reliability and great value.

“The new DEM 4000 vertical machining centres tick all these boxes and more, and provide component manufacturers with a high-performance milling solution at an attractive price.”

The new DEM machine is making its UK and Irish debut on Mills CNC’s stand (Z05) at the forthcoming Future Engineering Ireland Show in Dublin (29th - 30th January 2020).

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