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2007 DAEWOO DMV 6030/50 VERTICAL MACHINING CENTER DIAMOND SERIES

Full Guarding, Chip Conveyor,  Spindle Chiller, Transformer
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Description
Make Daewoo
Model               DMV 6030/50
Year 2007
Control Fanuc 21 iMB
Machine Type Vertical Machining Center
Location Wisconsin 
Technical Details  
Table Size 63" x 29.56"
X-Axis Travel 60"
Y-Axis Travel  30"
Z-Axis Travel  24.6"
Taper  CT 50
Spindle Speed  6,000 RPM
HP 30
ATC 40
Equipped With
Spindle Chiller
Transformer 
Rigid Tapping
Coolant Through Spindle Cool Jet 290 PSI
Full Guarding
Chip Conveyor 
 

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Make Daewoo
Model DMV 6030/50
Year 2007
Control Fanuc 21iMB
Location Wisconsin
Reference Number 3578176
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