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GS High Rail Gantry Series for 5-Axis Milling

Since its inception in 1999, Vision Wide has grown to three factories with over 500,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space. Vision Wide is a builder of double column bridge machines (3-, 4- and 5-axis) as well as high rail gantry machines (3-, 4- and 5-axis).

The GS Series offers the following solutions:

  • GSF Series: 5-axis with Siemens or Heidenhain CNC controls, X-axis up to 8,000 mm, Y-axis up to 3,200 mm (DBC = 3,900 mm) and Z-axis travel up to 3,000 mm. Special options of the GSF series include a dust collection/vacuum system with a full top cover for machining materials such as composites and carbon fiber reinforced polymer. The 5-axis head offers speeds up to 24,000 RPM with 74 HP with HSK-A63 (HSK-100A is also available), a 120 position tool changer and provisions for a floor level table that will allow driving onto the machine bed. Engineered options such as a VTL table and other enhancements for manufacturing solutions can be discussed with CNC Systems and the engineers from Vision Wide.
  • GSA Series: 3+2-axis series will offer the FANUC CNC control with 1° auto indexing for both the B- and C-axis on the CNC controlled head. The travels will go as small as: X-axis 1,600 mm, Y-axis 2,700 mm and Z-axis 1,000 mm.
  • GS Series: 3-axis series will also offer the FANUC CNC control with options to add a 4th axis rotary table. The travels will go as small as: X-axis 1,200 mm, Y-axis 2,000 mm and Z-axis 800 mm.

The GS Series is an addition to the 3-,4- and 5-axis Vision Wide line of bridge mills, turn/mills and many other multi-function machines. The GS also offers a small footprint in length, width and height with a large machining envelope inside the work area. "This is important when dealing with trying to fit the most machine into the smallest footprint in a shop environment," a company spokesperson said.

"Vision Wide builds 15 different models of high end but affordable machine tools. With the support of CNC Systems in the U.S. market, we are glad to work as partners to help find solutions for making your parts," added the spokesperson.

Vision Wide is imported by CNC Systems Inc. with locations in California and New England. For additional information and to find a full servicing distributor, contact CNC Systems, Inc.

For more information contact:

Steven T. Arcari, President

Office: 207-985-6503

Cell: 860-575-5269

Brian Arcari, Vice President

Office: 714-838-3999 x777

Cell: 508-944-5099

David M. Valentine, National Sales Manager

Office: 817-715-4746

Cell: 949-599-5833



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