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The standardised Mägerle modular concept can be freely configured to provide individual solutions. Grinding centres which are completely tailored to specific customer requirements are developed within the scope of a proven product range. Single and multiple spindle systems with a horizontal or vertical arrangement can be combined as desired with stationary workpiece carriers, swivelling table or rotary table, in any dimensions. The result in all cases is a made-to-measure tool which fulfils the high requirements on manufacturing quality in the automotive, aviation and hydraulic sectors, in turbine construction and mechanical engineering, as well as in the roller bearing and tool industry, with optimal cost effectiveness.

Technical Data

Technical Data

X-axis longitudinal stroke Depending on machine configuration
X-axis travel speed 0...10000 mm/min
Y-axis vertical stroke 650...1200mm
Y-axis travel speed 0...10000* mm/min
Z-axis transverse stroke Depending on machine configuration
Z-axis travel speed 0...10000* mm/min
V-axis profile crushing device, roll width, max. Depending on machine configuration
Grinding spindle drive Depending on machine configuration
Speed range rpm Depending on machine configuration
Rotary table Ø 1000/1200 mm
Rotary table variants synchronised / hydrostatically guided / direct-drive
Spindle configurations horizontal / vertical / swivelling / spindle(s)
*optionally 20 m/min
(subject to technical modifications)
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Defense
  • Die & Mould
  • Education & Academics
  • Machinery & Manufacturing
  • Shipbuilding
MagerleMägerle consistently keeps the brand promise of customized grinding machines that are characterised by precision, reliability and cost effectiveness. Mägerle set the most important milestone in 1980. Its flat and profile grinding machines - now established worldwide - were built with a fully enclosed hydrostatic guide system for the first time. This ground-breaking design principle still distinguishes Mägerle's cutting-edge technology today, and forms the unique basis for the unsurpassed results in precision, cost effectiveness, reliability and long working life.
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