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Computerized CNC for Complex Machining Applications



Mitsubishi Electric will demonstrate the M8 series CNC designed to address the need for a fast, precise and affordable system for complex machining applications. The M800 is designed for high-speed, high-accuracy machining and multi-axis, multi-part system control. The M80 is engineered to provide high productivity and easy operability.

Mitsubishi will also showcase the different services it provides to its customers, including MTConnect adapters, 24/7 parts and technical support, CloudCNC, preventative maintenance, service agreements, comprehensive training classes and repair offerings.

"Factory owners, machine operators, production supervisors and other end users who need fast production in complex, high-value production applications can now specify Mitsubishi Electric M800 and M80 Series computerized numerical control from their machine tool builders," said Steve Dumont, Vice President, Technical Service & Support, Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.

Key features of the M800/M80 Series include:

  • CNC-dedicated CPU designed for high throughput and complex machining applications
  • USB and SD card expansion to easily store and execute large, complex machining programs
  • Solid state hard drive for reliability, speed and uptime
  • Large, capacitive touchscreen for easy and intuitive operation.

Mitsubishi Electric's newest CNC is particularly well suited for medical, aerospace, oil/energy, agriculture and automotive industries, especially in applications requiring high throughput and reliability.

The M800/M80 Series is characterized by its ease of use, featuring icon-based navigation for smartphone-like operation. It supports eight part systems, 32 axes and eight spindles, and offers multiple spindle synchronization set control. It also provides smooth surface control, reducing mechanical vibration.

This CNC is flexible, offering compatibility with numerous field networks, including CC-Link, PROFIBUS DP and Ethernet/IP. It can also be connected to robots, sensors and other peripheral equipment and devices.

For more information contact:

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc.

500 Corporate Woods Pkwy.

Vernon Hills, IL 60061

847-478-2500

us.mitsubishielectric.com/fa/en

WESTEC Booth 2514

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