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Milling Head Spindle Combination

FISCHER USA's milling head D27 and milling spindle MFW-2714/20 HSK-100 will be featured at IMTS.

FISCHER USA will showcase the D27 milling head paired with its newest technology for high-volume material removal in its MFW-2714/20 HSK-100 at IMTS 20227. This new design is a combination milling head-milling spindle designed to provide maximum stability and precision for aerospace and other 5-axis machining operations.

"Powerful, heavy milling while maintaining accuracy and repeatability requires perfect rotation in not only the spindle but also the milling head," said a company spokesperson. "This is achieved by precisely calculated mono-block structures made of high-grade cast iron paired with two cross-roller bearings for A-axis and YRT for C-axis, providing the highest load capacity to handle the cutting forces in all directions during power milling."

The FISCHER D27 milling head is designed for the most powerful, as well as long-tooled, milling applications. "With the high power and torque output, the D27 milling head still maintains its sleek symmetric outline while being dynamic and robust," said the spokesperson. To help ensure accuracy and repeatability, the unit incorporates direct optical encoders, dual motors and dual clamps on the A-axis. The D27 milling head is designed to utilize the maximum power and torque capacity of the FISCHER 275 mm spindles for high chip removal rates.

Paired with the D27 is the spindle type MFW-2714/20 HSK-100. "Engineered for high volume chip removal, the unit offers machine builders and end users a robust HSK-100 interface, max. speed of 20,000 RPM and an S1 continuous power rating of 200 kW," said the spokesperson.

For more information contact:


3715 Blue River Avenue

Racine, WI 53405


IMTS North Building, Level 3

Booth 237470

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