EMAG L.L.C. Datasheets for Machining Centers

Machining centers are machine tools that are used to automatically repeat operations on a workpiece. They are usually numerically controlled. Operations include drilling, reaming, tapping, milling, and boring.
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The KFS series is designed for the sharpening of straight and helix fluted gear hobs in HSS and carbide.
The Model 160 hobbing machine combines current technological advancements and an innovative design along with generations of KOEPFER gear cutting experience. With eight axes of CNC-control the latest generation 160...
The Model 200 hobbing machine combines current technology with maximum versatility and flexibility. With a minimum of eight active NC axes, the fully automated Model 200 allows for all possible...
The Model 300 hobbing machine combines the latest advancements in machine technology with maximum versatility and flexibility in an area of only 8 m2. The 9 CNC controlled axes on...
The USC series’ most distinctive feature is its rigid machine construction. All machine modules are mechanically very stable, down to the machine base in MINERALIT® (polymer granite). External as well...
VLC 250 WF - turning, gear hobbing and deburring. The VLC 250 WF is designed for the machining of gear-type workpieces of up to 230 mm in diameter and module...
USC 27 290 USC 27 380 The center drive machine USC 27 stands for efficiency. Its capability to simultaneously complete-machine both sides of coupling sleeves and tool joints with international...