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Gandalf
09-06-2006, 09:28 PM
Hi all

I am searching for a Deckel FP4 type CNC universal toolroom milling machine.

What machines are about the same versatility? Need Quill. Newer control would be nice.

Has anyone come across something like that? Is anybody manufacturing anything like that?

StealthDumpKits
09-06-2006, 11:29 PM
Would this help?

DECKEL UNIVERSAL MILLING MACHINE QUOTE #66-11 AGE: LATE 1980'S

SPECIFICATIONS & DESCRIPTION
4 axis contouring control (3D); knee type design; universal milling head:
horizontal & vertical; Universal type table-full all around machining of parts
capabilty; 20" x 38" table size; X-22"; Y-18"; Z-18"; 40-4000 RPM spindle speed
range; 0.0001" input/output resolution; #40 spindle taper
ELECTRONICS: Deckel CNC controller w/full CRT display-Model CNC-3M control;
4-axis machining; 32000 tape characters; 200 machining programs; integrated PC
programming via on site keyboard
ELECTRICS: 2/4 KW (approx.5 HP) main spindle drive motor; 220/440 V.; 3 ph.; 60
Hz.AC
CONDITION: Machine was recently removed from service-currently in storage
LOCATION: Connecticut Plant (PHOTOS AVAILABLE)

Industrial Resources Inc
PO Box 505
Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475-0505
Contact: Ray Magaldi
Tel: 860-388-3439
Fax: 860-388-2740
Email: indresinc1@aol.com

Gandalf
09-06-2006, 11:33 PM
I have 4 older machines that I am rying to replace with something new. specs are ok, but I am looking for something new.

Thanks

StealthDumpKits
09-06-2006, 11:46 PM
Maybe you should start with what parts and features you intend to machine, rather than asking for a Deckel or clone. It's possible you could do the same job on a Fadal vertical with five axis table option.

Gandalf
09-07-2006, 07:43 AM
Its a whole set of parts. I do need a quill, vertical spindle, open table(no guards) 22"x20"x16" workcube, ridgid machine, glass scale. The only thing to change would be software, should be newer.

AlfaGTA
08-31-2007, 10:35 AM
Gandalf:
Perhaps you should check out "Kunzmann"
They make a curent line of machines made in Germany with modern controls. The machines are similar to the original "FP-NC" line ot Deckels.
Cheers Ross