- Smallest of footprints measuring just 4.2 m² – ideal for the production and medical technology sectors
- Travel paths X / Y/ Z: 700 / 420 / 380 mm
- Maximum thermal stability thanks to its thermo-symmetrical machine design and optimum cooling concept
- Highest level of precision due to direct absolute measuring systems as standard
- Top dynamics with rapid traverses of 60 m/min in all axes and up to 2 g acceleration
- Extremely dynamic tool change with a chip-to-chip time of 1.5 seconds (15-tool magazine)
- Flexible automation connection from the right, left or front of the machine
- New DMG MORI Stealth design with inside work area doors and long-life surfaces
- DMG MORI 19” SLIMline multi-touch control with Operate 4.8 on SIEMENS and 3D control technologies
As the successor of the successful MILLTAP 700 with its more than 3,000 machines installed in the market, the new DMP 70 stands for maximum productivity on the smallest space. With a footprint of just 4.2 m² it is around 10 percent smaller than the MILLTAP 700. DMG MORI has designed the compact production machine for applications in medical technology, job shop as well as the aerospace sector and other demanding industries. Travel paths of 700 x 420 x 380 mm and the optional integrated swivel/rotary table enable 5-axis simultaneous machining of a wide range of components making the DMP 70 the ideal complement for taking the burden off existing machines on the shopfloor. Automation solutions such as the workpiece handling WH 3 Cell, which the DMP 70 will be presented with at the Open House in Pfronten, can be connected flexibly from the right or left. Connection from the front is also possible.
An end-to-end optimization of the machine concept has made the DMP 70 an extremely rigid production machine with a metal removal rate that is ten percent higher than the MILLTAP 700. A wide grey cast iron machine bed, enlarged installation footprint and 35 mm linear guideways constitute the basis for the quality-oriented and up to 30 percent faster machining of demanding workpieces. Additional stability has been achieved through the high-strength spindle – thanks to higher spring preload – and the sturdy tool magazine with metal clips.