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Looking For a 5-Axis CNC Machine?

October 25, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 2Is your current 3-axis machining center showing its limitations? Why not turn to a new 5-axis machining center to increase productivity. Precision and complex parts fabrications are two strong reasons to consider a 5-axis machine. The added axes make all the difference.

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5-Axis CNC Machining Center

September 20, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 2As a leading distributor of 5-axis CNC machining centers in North America, Gosiger would be amiss to not mention these production-increasing machines. If your machining shop already has a 5-axis CNC machining center, you have already been experiencing the range of benefits that come with it. However, if you’ve never witnessed the advantages of owning a 5-axis CNC machining center benefit firsthand, there’s no better time than now.

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5-Axis CNC Machines

September 8, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 2 Today, more and more people are turning to 5-axis CNC machines than any other machining center. And why not?

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Increase Effciency with a 5 Axis Machining Center from Gosiger

June 9, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 2 A 5 axis machining center is the most economical solution you can implement on your shop floor. Instead of using multiple machining stations, you can fabricate all in one step. With five degrees of motion you are able to machine custom parts with ease. The traditional three axes are complemented by two additional ones; tilting of the product and angling of the machining tool.

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3 Benefits a 5 Axis Machining Center Offers

June 4, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 3 Struggling to justify acquiring a 5-axis machining center? True, the initial investment can be daunting, but the productivity gains and other factors can't be ignored. Some of these advantages are self-evident, while others are not so clear. Here is a list of benefits your shop can obtain with a 5-axis machining center.

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5-Axis CNC Machining From Gosiger

May 21, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 2 As a leading provider of CNC machining products, Gosiger is committed to supplying the best, most innovative brands in the industry. For customers that require greater range of motion and flexibility for machining their products, a quality 5-axis CNC machine is the solution. 5-axis machining involves machining the part on three planes – X, Y, and Z – and rotating the piece in order to achieve the desired result.

Bridgeport by Hardinge Inc., is a leading manufacturer and provider of a wide range of highly reliable turning, milling, grinding, and work-holding solutions. One of the products they specialize in is 5-axis CNC machines. Their latest generation of XR-Series 5-axis vertical machining centers promises to bring instant and positive results to your parts creation and manufacturing. The machines unrivalled technology, paired with unwavering commitment to improving the customers’ productivity and business performance contribute to the 5-axis CNC machine’s success.

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5-Axis Machining Center Implementation Concerns

May 16, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 2 Investing in cutting-edge technology is a must for machine shops hoping to remain competitive in the new era of global manufacturing sources. If you invested in a 3-axis machining center earlier, and not a 5-axis machine, you are missing out on the considerable advantages offered through the capabilities of 5-axis machining centers.

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Versatility With a 5-Axis Machining Center

February 22, 2011

Demystifying 5-Axis 3The hallmark of most high-performance CNC machining centers is consistent precision.  In fact, 3-axis machining centers have become the mainstay of the vast majority of production shops and have even made substantial inroads into the short-run, job shop environment.  However, like any other technology CNC machining has, and continues to, evolve in terms of sophistication and flexibility.  Today, 3-axis machining is actually the minimum capability needed to compete in the global marketplace.  

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CNC Machining Centers That Produce Results

December 27, 2010

Vertical vs. Horizontal 3CNC machining centers come in two basic types; horizontal and vertical. The difference between the two types is the orientation of the spindle. Generally speaking vertical CNC machining centers favor precise work, and are usually your first acquisition due to their relatively low-cost. Horizontal CNC machining centers, on the other hand, lend themselves to production, and can be a higher-end purchase.

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Benefits of a 5 Axis Machining Center

December 16, 2010

Demystifying 5-Axis 3 With a 5 axis machining center your ability to produce highly precise, consistently similar parts is greatly enhanced. Operating on the 3 traditional axes (XYZ) with the addition of a rotating axis (C) and tilting (B) provides the foundation for highly intricate machining at your fingertips. Integrating with other machining tools will have many production benefits, such as:

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