The M10 Pro is one of the most powerful machines we offer but has maximum precision to match the high dynamics of the machine.
Offering up to 8kW spindle capability the machine is the choice of customers wanting high material removal, fast and with confidence in the high tolerance parts.
M10 Pro Specification
- Travel(X Y Z) 1,020 mm (X) x 830 mm (Y)with tool changer 720 mm in Y
- Machining Spindle Up 40,000 RPM spindle
- Feed up to 30 m/min
- Tool Changer Up to 22 station automatic tool changer
- Footprint 2,000 mm x 2,100 mm x 2,000 mm
- Weight approx. 1.8 t
Aren’t pictures easier to identify than numbers or code? And easier means faster, right? That’s why M10 Pro uses icons and graphics like a smartphone and eliminates numerical input. All you do is touch icons on the screen to load jobs or select tools. The CAM-Wizard walks you though 4 easy steps to finish a machined part. Easy is Faster!
The quality of a machined part starts with precise setup of the workpiece, including establishing a zero point for orientation. M10 Pro’s on-board camera virtually eliminates human error. When it shows your workpiece on the screen, just trace it with your finger, set the probing points, and let neo do the rest!
Large Work Area
Do almost anything with a large 40” x 32” bed. Position the workholding setups you use the most while keeping the flexibility to take them on and off whenever you want … without impacting repeatability. Conical inserts in the bed guarantee the position of your setups as you react to changing needs. (explained further on Workholding Accessories Page)
Up to 24-Station Tool Management
A graphic representation of the tool magazine gives at-a-glance stats on tool locations, types, diameters, and flute lengths. A filter function allows you to find a specific tool within seconds. The tool management stores all information on DATRON tools, eliminating time-consuming manual tool data entry.
Various medical production in aluminium from packaging through to Linear scales for high-tolerance components.
Unattended nested machining and production volumes. Precision milling of longer parts.
Prototyping and production of housings, enclosures and internal components.