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German Hermle Universal Precision Milling Machine was built both as a standard model, the UWF-700 and in two more complex versions: the UWF-700-PH with Manual and Positioning Controls and a CNC version, the UWF-700. Constructed with a particularly robust cast-iron main column dowelled and bolted to a heavy, internally ribbed baseplate that held a coolant tank, the miller was designed to be capable of both production and toolroom work. This versatility was enhanced by the twelve spindle speeds that spanned, to the customer’s choice, either 45 to 2000 r.p.m. or (at extra cost) 63 to 2800 r.p.m. Driven by a 2 or 2.2 kW motor

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