5-axis versus 3-axis machining: Haas compares the two processes

Haas Automation takes a look at whether complex multi-sided parts made on a 3-axis VMC is easier to make on a 5-axis machine.

The machine tool manufacturer set up and tested the same multi-sided part on both a VF-4SS and a UMC-500SS to really delve into the differences in workholding, setup, and programming.

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