Top Milling Machines for Sale in July 2020
The Equipment Hub was established in 2011 and now serves as a leading dealer of new and used machinery and provides superior industrial equipment solutions to manufacturers around the United States and the rest of the world. As a leading dealer of new and used milling machines, we satisfy the needs of various businesses looking for machining and fabricating equipment. In this article, we’ll discuss the vertical, horizontal, universal, CNC, and CNC vertical machining centers that we carry.
As a machinery dealer, our main priority is to provide you with the manufacturing resources and machinery your production needs to stay active and efficient. If you have needs related to selling or trading your current equipment, we can handle that too. You can learn more about our various asset management solutions here.
Milling Machines on Sale at Equipment Hub
Tree Millennium 3100 3-Axis CNC Vertical Milling Machine
Stock #: CD-191191
Location: Stone Mountain, GA
Model: Millennium 3100
Serial #: 9-32-85-1335
Approx. Shipping Weight: 3,750 Lbs.
Approx. Shipping Dimensions: 72″ L x 72″ W x 96″ H
Skidding Fee: $200
Table Size: 10″ x 44″
X-Axis Travel (Table): 27″
Y-Axis Travel (Saddle): 1
Z-Axis Travel (Knee): 15.75″
Quill Travel: 5″
Spindle Speeds: 60 – 4200 RPM
Spindle Taper: Kwik Switch 100
Anilam 1100 CNC Controller, Power Draw Bar, Coolant System, Auto Lubrication System
The CNC Milling Machine is in fully-functional working condition. Check out the video on the listing to see it in operation. We are glad to show you under power. View the product page here.
Amada AM-103 Heavy-Duty Vertical Milling Machine w/ 3-Axis DRO
Stock #: CD-191040
Location: Stone Mountain, GA
Serial #: 16320198
Approx. Shipping Weight: 4,200 Lbs.
Approx. Shipping Dimensions: 75″ L x 75″ W x 91″ H
Skidding Fee: $250
Table Size: 11-13/16″ x 41-3/8″
Spindle Speeds (16): 70 – 4000 RPM
Spindle Taper: NMTB40
Quill Feeds (3): .03/.06/.12 MM/Rev.
Motor HP: 1.34/2.7
Motorized Power Feeds for Longitudinal Table Travel & Knee Travel, 3-Axis Amada Digital Readout, Built-In Coolant System, Light, Lubricator
The Amada Milling Machine is in working condition. Check out the video on the listing to see it in operation. We are glad to show you under power. View the product page here.
Other Types of Milling Machines We Sell
Milling Machines are incredibly versatile tools and are typically used to machine flat surfaces. Older machines generally rely on machinist for precision, but advancements in technology have resulted in modern machines that are controlled by computers to produce incredibly precise parts.
We carry an extensive range of milling machines to help you meet your goals, needs, and budget.
View our entire inventory of milling machines here.
Vertical Milling Machines
When describing a milling machine, the term “vertical,” refers to the orientation of the spindle or cutting tool that is being used. The spindle, also known as a cutting head, is oriented vertically while other parts of the machine shift along one or more axis so that it is in the right position to be milled accurately.
The two basic types of vertical milling machines are turret mills and bed mills. They are each used differently and provide unique benefits based on their application.
Horizontal Milling Machine
Horizontal milling machines feature a similar design to vertical machines but differ in a variety of ways. The key difference between the two machines is the spindle orientation. When compared to vertical machines, horizontal mills feature varying cutting tools and are capable of performing heavier, deeper cuts while positioned at different angles.
Notable Features of Horizontal Milling Machines
- Chip Evacuation – easier chip evacuation creates end products with cleaner surface finishes and less need for fabrication later on
- Premium Construction – Machine parts are more heavily constructed, built to last longer, and capable of bigger volume projects.
- Productivity – Mechanical design of horizontal mills works at a production rate equivalent of three machining tools which lowers cost and improves efficiency.
CNC Milling Machine
Technological advancements have led to the development of CNC of Computer Numerical Control. This technology allows a machine to be moved and monitored by a computer with extreme accuracy and precision. Software codes like NC code, G-code, and ISO code work from CAM and CAD software packages that enable CNC machines to create parts from digital designs.
The most widely used functions of CNC milling machines include drilling and cutting. The rotating cylindrical cutter is able to move along multiple axes to create intricate details, slots, shapes, and holes in a part.
In addition to metals, CNC milling machines are able to create precision components like plastics, ceramics, and other composite materials. CNC milling machines have become increasingly affordable and has grown tremendously in popularity for its applications in far-ranging projects and industries.
CNC Vertical Machining Center
Vertical milling takes place on a vertical machining center or VMC that utilized a spindle or cutter with a vertical orientation. By using a vertically oriented spindle, tools face straight down from the holder and typically cut across the top of a workpiece.
Our vertical milling machines offer several critical benefits including:
- 3-,4-, and 5-axis capabilities allow for infinite shape possibilities
- Integral cooling allows for temperature stability
- User-friendly CNC controls
- Pallet changes increase spindle utilization and reduce part-cycle times
New Milling Machine Brands We Carry
- Seiki XL
- Kearney & Trecker
Return Policy on Milling Machines
As proud members of the MDNA (Machinery Dealers National Association) we back up our core belief by providing 30-day MDNA return privileges on most of the machinery we sell. While we strive to be as flexible as possible for our customers when it comes to returns, our dedication to selling high-quality and high-functioning products helps ensure ultimate client satisfaction.
Milling Machine Repair & Maintenance Plans
We have years of experience in buying metalworking and woodworking machines to service and repair for resale. Our technicians are extremely well versed in troubleshooting and servicing the selection of machinery we sell. Learn more about our repair services and maintenance plans that help ensure all of your equipment if functioning at full capacity.
Buying New Or Used Milling Machines: We Have it All
The Equipment Hub is a full-service machinery dealer, located in Atlanta, Ga, that provides superior industrial equipment solutions to manufacturers throughout the world. Our company offers a wide variety of services to help your company sustain productivity, increase profitability, and overcome your competition. Our offerings include new equipment sales, used equipment sales, asset management services, on-site machine repair services, and appraisals.
We look forward to being your go-to source for all your machinery needs. Get in touch with one of our experts today to learn more about our business and how we can help yours.
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