DMG Ultrasonic in my future....

Discussion in 'CNC Machines' started by DMC, May 12, 2015.

  1. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    HAAS has discontinued the 4th and 5th axis that I use to build my mills.
    I love my HAAS, and it has given me no problems at all.
    I want another, but...can't find the parts.

    I am buying a DMG Ultrasonic 10 with automation cell.
    Should arrive in a couple weeks.

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  2. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Ultrasonic in Canada....

    In Germany....

    Right before economy went South in 2007....many people purchase the crazy expensive machines, then go bankrupt. I almost made that mistake. Very close to purchase of $800k DMG years ago. But I went with HAAS.

    So, many 2007 DMG are for sale from bank repo.

    This is the story with the One I am buying.

    I am paying less than 1/10 the original cost! LOL

    Originally was bought new by lab in Cali, then they closed.

    Took me One year to get it for good price from the bank.

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  3. PlasticTeeth

    PlasticTeeth fantastic plastic!

    DMG is sweet. More importantly HASS is discontinuing the OM-2A or a module that plugs into the unit?
  4. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Read my first sentence.....
  5. PlasticTeeth

    PlasticTeeth fantastic plastic!

    I don't get it. Sorry I'm not familiar with how you construct these HASS mills...... That's why I'm asking.
  6. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Sorry....The 4th and 5th axis (dual-rotary trunion) was discontinued.

    I used the HAAS TR-110

    Yes, the Office Mill is still in production.

    It comes as a 3-axis machine. You have to add 4th/5th axis wiring, drivers, electronics, and the actual assembly of the 4th/5th adding another $40k+ or so to the cost of the Office Mill.

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  7. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

  8. PlasticTeeth

    PlasticTeeth fantastic plastic!

    Thank you. That makes a lot of sense.

    I wonder what Origin and Glidewell will do now...
  9. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Origin will use aftermarket dual rotary. (If they even sell any for their high asking price?)

    You can configure the HAAS controller to work with non-HAAS type rotary.

    Pretty easy actually.
  10. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    Haas on the new list they have only a 4 ax trunnion for OM 2 ??? are they stupid ?? or am i but in their configuration it possible to add 4th and 5 th ax if anybody needs a tr 110 in Belgium is one available.
  11. biodentg

    biodentg Well-Known Member

    thank God I went for a Roland ;-)
  12. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    Why that because you mill only soft ill think the TR 110 is still working if your Roland is in eternal hunting grounds by the way we see if Roland is build next time with ball screws and wet and you wish you have a Haas or the newer one ???
  13. biodentg

    biodentg Well-Known Member

    Just kidding... I'm still saving for that Haas :) or the DMC5x
    But I also wonder what B&D will do now??
  14. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    The tr-110 must be 2012, 13, or 14.

    before 2012 was less accurate encoders.

    Only Three year span will be good for Titanium.
  15. Chris Silvoy

    Chris Silvoy Well-Known Member

  16. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Bought it today for......(are you ready?).......$30k usd :wacky: :poop:poop

    This is complete with the Automation Cell included!

    Ultra-Sonic version.

    I think the machine was close to $800,000 when new.

    Snap-On-Smiles owned it in California first.

    I spoke with the guys (employees) who work in the back about it. Machine is fine.

    Just not the correct machine for their needs. Whoops.
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2015
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  17. 2thm8kr

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  18. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

    Getting another building.

    One football field away.

    3600 sq/ft but has big tall ceiling.

    My next mill is going to be a massive HAAS UMC 750 5-axis for dentures.

    It requires a big room!

    50 gallon external trash bin that is feed by conveyor to remove the plastic chips out of the chamber.

    Nine Dentures at a time.

    This mill will be close to $200,000 usd without fixtures or cam.

    We are developing this now. I expect to have a fleet of them in less than Two years.

    3-5 new HAAS UMC 750 to make up to 100 dentures a day. (Maybe 150?)
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2015
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  19. DMC

    DMC Scott Hudson

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  20. Rune

    Rune The force is strong

    NICE mill.
    The door on the right side of the mill is the entrance to a room with a small kitchen and a bed? :)
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