Looking for a Mori Seiki Duravertical VMC? We just listed this Mori Seiki Duravertical It’s under power and ready for inspection!. The salesman stopped by yesterday talking up the Duravertical for us, and I’ m curious if anyone has any real world opinions on them. Mori-Seiki DuraVertical Newest CNC Mill at Zimmerman Metals, Inc. CONTACT US. KEY FEATURES; PHOTOS. Travel: ″ (x) x ″ (y) x ″ (z).

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I’d definately hit up Mori for a good price on the Dura though. Sign In Diravertical Up. Good thing to consider as each manufacturer options those differently. Already have an account? Use your display name or email address to sign in: All of the big companies are taking advantage of cheaper labor rates to offer lower cost products.

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Hopefully some Okuma customers will weigh in. I can’t knock either of those machines. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.

Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Other than that I think you will be happy. For japan companies sending work to china and taiwan is like us companies sending work to mexico and canada.

CoolJet is late on a few systems for some of my customers with brand new machines so make sure you get that worked out if getting psi.


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Posted February 10, We are looking to pull the trigger on a new VMC for our research shop. The twin spindle lathes duraverical good, but the 2axis grazziano things looked urrrrrgh!

The easy decision for me is to just go with Mori Seiki — a low risk. Need tight perpendicularity up to three inches deep.

Sign up for a new account in our community. The only thing I would be wary of is the limited travel.

Mapps control for me is not that bad, Sorry Tim it does takes some use to getting to like Mazatrol. Just seems easier to me to square up Z to the table, then to square up X and Z to the table. Results 1 to 20 of I assumed maybe Korea or Czech, but China ah well, apparently the captains are being phased out anyhow. I assume he really means “We finally got 1500 to stop calling us looking for Hitachi parts”.

That Okuma does seem like a good option. Or sign in with one of these services. Sign in Already have an account? I’m not sure where the genos is made. The Genos is a real nice machine.

What kind of cost premium?

NVX 2nd Generation – Vertical Milling by DMG MORI

Accuracy in hard steel for prototypes is key. In simple terms it’s the machine’s high speed processing option. They story I was given was that Mori and DMG were very close to going under because of the economic downturn in The last two customers of mine that had these VMCs sent them back.


Just the nature of the beast. Then again I suppose its not that different than a Horizontal in the way the rails are set up, humm.

The Captain series lathe from Okuma, Made in China Mori DuraVertical vs. Posted February 8, I attended dufavertical open house and they had a DuraVertical with the skins off and were pointing out the features.

Mori DuraVertical vs. Okuma Genos M???

Hypertune, thanks for the link to the NVX page wow what a machine. The salesman stopped by yesterday talking up the Duravertical for us, and I’m curious if anyone has any real world opinions on them. So the Genos likely is some ruravertical of copy of that made in Vuravertical, or other Couldn’t take a cut.

I can’t even get a price estimate. Mori only sold the old Hitachi based machines for like a year or so, to get rid of all the WIP – and they were all promptly killed off after that.


Couldn’t use a 12mm cutter when milling – the thing would shake like it had parkinsons. This message will be removed once you have signed in. Even their slant bed lathes aren’t what they used to be. Swarf regularly killed it because of microswitches being in the wrong place