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80 Machines Displayed at Doosan International Machine Tool Fair 2019

HFP 1540


DVF 5000

DVF 6500

DVF 8000

NHP 5000

Doosan Machine Tools hosted a record number of attendees from 50 countries at the 2019 edition of the Doosan International Machine Tool Fair (DIMF) held recently in Changwon, South Korea. A total of 80 machines were displayed, including 38 new or upgraded models.

According to Jim Shiner, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Doosan Machine Tools America, the event was unique in that it was a showcase for the complete range of Doosan products. "Visitors got to see not only a large number of our machine tools, but a variety of progressive offerings that can help them build compete manufacturing systems," he said. "These included robotics, automation technologies, pallet systems, tower RPS systems, controls, software and much more. These in-depth demonstrations made it readily apparent that Doosan can enhance quality and production for applications that range from the smallest bearings to massive aerospace structures."

"The PUMA SMX5100 multifunction mill-turn machine generated a lot of buzz, as the market has been anticipating it for quite a while," said Doosan's Director of Sales Andy McNamara. "But I would have to say the showstopper was the HFP 1540, our new 30,000 RPM 5-axis horizontal profiler for aluminum aerospace structures. It impressed everyone who saw it with its muscle, speed and size."

Additional machines on display at DIMF 2019 included:

  • DVF 5000 + AWC-The compact DVF 5000, a 5-axis vertical machining center (VMC), features a 19.7" diameter built-in rotary table and a 60-tool servo-driven automatic tool changer. The configuration shown at DIMF included the optional/retrofittable AWC (auto workpiece changer) for lights-out 5-axis productivity.
  • DVF 6500 + LPS-The DVF 6500 5-axis VMC is equipped with a o24.8 rotary table with a 40 taper 12,000 or 18,000 RPM spindle. A turning function is built into the rotary table for added productivity when additional features are required on the part. This machine was equipped with an optional linear pallet system for DIMF.
  • DVF 8000-The DVF 8000 is a larger 5-axis machining center that incorporates many of the features of the DVF 6500, but has a larger (31.5" diameter) rotary table that can support a maximum weight of 3,086 lbs. A turning function is also built into the rotary table for this model that allows it to spin at 600 RPM.
  • PUMA SMX5100L-A super multi-tasking machine, the PUMA SMX5100L has a rotating B-axis milling spindle that operates at 10,000 RPM, a maximum machining diameter of 33.46" and machining length of 118.11" with a chuck size of 15-21".

PUMA TT1300SYY-The new generation PUMA TT1300SYY is a twin spindle, dual Y-axis turning center. A 12-station turret with 24 positions accommodates BMT tooling and rotates at 6,000 RPM. A 5" or 6" chuck is standard.

  • NHP 5000 + tower-style RPS-The 500-mm pallet NHP 5000 comes standard with a CAT 40 15,000 RPM spindle. The model shown at DIMF featured the new optional multi-level RPS (rotary pallet system) that has a 22-pallet capacity.
  • PUMA 700LM III + ATC-Backed by the one of the largest work envelopes in its class and BMT tooling, the PUMA 700LM has a maximum turning diameter of 35.4" and turning length of 126". The version shown at DIMF incorporated an automatic tool changer (ATC) for enhanced productivity.

The machines shown at DIMF featured a variety of control systems, including Doosan's CUFOS (Customized User-friendly Flexible Operating System). "With this PC-based control, you can maximize your machines' efficiency and harness open CNC architecture, conveniently operating all of your manufacturing processes, from set-up to machining to maintenance," said a company spokesperson.

For more information contact:

Doosan Machine Tools America

19A Chapin Road

Pine Brook, NJ 07058


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