MAKA unveils latest benchmark for 5-axis machines

CiMApril21News - Maka1
CiMApril21News - Maka1

MAKA says the latest version of its MK7 represents another step forward for the market leading specialist in 5-axis machinery.

The MK7 is now available with a very useful 8’ capacity, featured with a complete 5-sided noise enclosure, and wide access power doors.

The 5-axis head is also paired with the new 37,000rpm spindle for very high speed machining, carving, detailing and engraving. More down-to-earth versions are available with the hugely robust and reliable POWER-MAKA spindle.

Speed, precision, flexibility and reliability are the hallmarks of MAKA. This same machine is happy producing high volume car components for Mercedes, as well as bespoke furniture and joinery items. The inherent flexibility is in large part due to the precision and power, enabling the user to set-up quickly and correctly first time, go direct from screen-to-machine with confidence, and produce bespoke parts at mass production rates.



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