Hurco 5 Axis Machines Products

Hurco 5-Axis CNC Mills Yield Maximum Profitability

Nobody Makes 5-Axis Easier than Hurco
Ten years ago, we set a goal as a company to manufacture the best 5-axis CNC machining centers with the best control and software in the industry. The reason is simple: we determined 5-axis technology would make our customers more profitable. Our 5-axis CNC machining centers, equipped with the integrated Hurco control, are simply the best in the industry. Nobody does 5-axis better than Hurco. And nobody gets you from print to part faster.

At Rosco Precision Machinery, we know your application and we know Hurco. That's why you can count on us to provide a cost-effective solution for all you machining needs. Contact Rosco Today for Your Free Consultation or Call 253-333-2439.

HURCO offers (14) 5 Axis Models across a wide range of sizes and configurations.
Hurco Winmax Control Features 5 Axis PDF

Our Sophisticated Control Simplifies 5-Axis Complexity
The control is the brains of all CNC machining center, but its IQ is even more important with 5-axis machining. Hurco has a host of features designed to make 5-sided and 5-axis more efficient.

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Full Support of Simultaneous 5-Axis with Fanuc Integration
A rigid machine that is fully compatible with all CAD/CAM packages for simultaneous 5-axis machining with complete Fanuc integration is a minimum requirement for complex simultaneous 5-axis parts. Hurco has all that and more. We have control features that optimize CAM programs to reduce the file size, improve surface finish, and reduce cycle time. Additionally, you'll appreciate the fast processing speed and generous 2 GB RAM.

Benefits of Swivel Head 5-Axis CNC Machine
The swivel head / rotary table 5-axis machines (SR style) can handle heavier parts than the trunnion style 5-axis machines. Since the swivel head tilts the tool, you don't need to worry about tool interference with the machine's spindle head on the SR machines. Additionally, the SR design gives you more versatility because of the large table size. You can add a vise and use the extra table space to finish the sixth side of the part or do 3-axis work.

Premium components, such as oversized linear rails, high accuracy encoders, and an integral spindle, result in a rigid and reliable 5-axis mill you can count on for the most complex applications.

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Benefits of Trunnion Style 5-Axis CNC Machine
A trunnion style 5-axis machine has better undercut capability because the trunnion rotates +110 degrees compared to the swivel head's +92 degrees. The trunnion style gives you a larger work volume than a swivel head 5-axis mill because you don't need to compensate for the space used by the swivel head with the tool attached. The trunnion 5-axis also gives you more torque at low rpm. If you are new to 5-axis, some customers find this configuration beneficial because the approach to the part is similar to 3-axis machining—you are simply machining more sides at one time in a linear fashion.

As with all Hurco machining centers, you have the peace of mind that it is constructed to promote rigidity and accuracy with oversized linear rails mounted to the shoulder, dual wound spindles with ceramic bearings, pre-loaded and stretched ball screws that are also anchored to the Z-axis, and high accuracy encoders.

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Customers Talk 5-Axis + 5-Sided
"With the VM10U, we went from 9 operations to 2 on this military part. We save 40 minutes per piece in cycle time alone and easily save an hour and 10 minutes total. Maybe even more important to our bottom line is the fact that the operator is running two other machines while the VM10U is making chips,"
— Keith Dalpe, EMM Precision.

"The Hurco 5-axis VMX30U saved us 4,000 setups on just one part. When the part was milled on the three-axis machine, five sides were completed in eight to 10 hours, including repeated manual re-fixturing. The part is now machined in around three hours on the five-axis Hurco. As only one additional set-up is needed for machining the sixth face, the component is produced in two milling operations followed by sparking."
— RST Engineering.

"Our machinists had a week of training on the 5-axis mill and a week on the lathe with live tooling, and they were good to go. They programmed the rear rocker part in conversational at the control."
— Larry Curry, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing.

"The five-sided software is very easy to use. On our 3-axis machines we had six setups. On our new 5-axis VM10U, we only have two setups."
— John Gregorich, Gregor Technologies.

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