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JohnF27/07/2020 21:41:00
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Hi everyone there has been several discussions about universal machines, machines of the future etc etc. I came upon this by chance and thought it would be interesting to members



Oldiron27/07/2020 21:52:47
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Just so you know this is a Facebook link ppl. Not on FB myself. regards

daveb27/07/2020 22:35:21
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Very nice too!

I do like multi function machine tools.

I have one of the Meyer & Burger S models with some accessories, be nice to have all of them but I would need a lottery win (and a bigger workshop). It seems to be a very capable machine for its size.

I bought a used Impetus (Metalmaster) machine a few years ago, very compact and also with adjustable height headstock. The idea of this was a one machine workshop, with the optional drill attachment, it would do that well. It deserved to sell a lot better than it did.

I doubt that there will be much further development of machines of this type. A CNC spindle and workholder can do everything they do and more.

Still some fascinating stuff out there though!


Michael Gilligan28/07/2020 07:41:53
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More info here: **LINK**


JohnF28/07/2020 10:15:54
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MichaelG thanks that a much better link ! There are some interesting things pop up now and then on the Facebook pages relating to machining etc -- the rest of it -- well !!!!!


Mick B129/07/2020 09:50:35
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With a swivel vertical slide on my Warco WM250V, I keep finding I can do stuff that would normally be done in a small mill/drill.

My purchasing plans for a mill keep going onto the back burner... indecision


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