KD Capital Equipment specializes in all different types of used CNC Machine Tools and carries one of the largest inventories in North America. CNC Machines are used to cut and shape a piece of material into a desired specification controlled by a programmable software.
We offer a wide array of used machines that suit any application such as CNC Vertical Machining Centers (VMC), Horizontal Machining Centers (HMC), Swiss Turning Centers, Lathes, Mills, Electrical Discharge Machines (EDM), Routers, Boring Mills, and much more!
Leading brands include: Mazak, Haas, Doosan, Okuma, Makino, Matsuura, Nakamura, Hyundai, DMG Mori, Mori Seiki, Kitamura, Mitsubishi, Citizen, Agie, Charmilles, CR Onsrud, Multicam, Thermwood, and more! Contact us today, and speak with one of our experts for assistance and the most competitive prices out there!
Used Horizontal Machining Centers
KD Capital Equipment offers a wide variety of Horizontal Machining Centers (HMC). From a 300mm pallet to a 1250mm pallet, offering the broadest product range in the Used Machinery Marketplace. Many of our machines are equipped with various types of automation and tool magazine configurations. Spindle tapers range from 35 Taper, 40 Taper, 50 Taper and HSK type spindles, with spindle speeds from 2,000 RPM up to 30,000 RPM. Some of our re-marketed machines come equipped with Reinshaw probing capability, tombstones and tooling. Mori Seiki, Mazak, Okuma, Makino, Haas and Matsuura are just a few of the names of manufacturers we re-market.
Used CNC Lathes
CNC Lathes or Turning Machines are used in all types of manufacturing. Examples of types of work pieces that can be seen on a CNC lathe are a component in a wristwatch, an engine ring for a jet engine or long shafts and axles used in earth moving equipment. KD Capital Equipment is experienced in locating all sizes of CNC turning centers for all types of industries. Mori Seiki, Mazak, Okuma are just a few of the CNC Turning Center manufactures we have in our inventory of available machines. Many are equipped with live tooling capability which gives the user the ability to perform secondary milling operations on the lathe and eliminate the need to transfer the part to a milling machine and reduce cycle time.
Used Vertical Machining Centers
Vertical Machining Centers (VMC) are used for making a variety of metal products including Aerospace Products, Computer Products, Automobile Products, as well as Bicycle parts. VMC’s are also used for manufacturing many electronic components, plumbing products and appliances, just to name a few.
VMC’s are also used for manufacturing many electronic components, plumbing products and appliances just to name a few.
KD Capital Equipment, LLC., deals with many different types of EDM (Electric Discharge Machines) including Wire EDMs. We carry several brands and have a variety of different options such as: Sodick, Fanuc, Agie, Mitsubishi and Charmilles. You can get these machines with options like threaders, choppers, chillers and several different wire sizes. With wire EDMs you feed a wire from one spool to the next and at the same time move the axis to cut a form in the material. K.D. Capital Equipment has machines from 3-axis, up to 5-axis wire EDMs to select from.
K.D. Capital Equipment also carries a variety of Sinker EDMs (also known as Ram Style EDMs). We have many different EDM Rams or Sinkers to choose from: Agie, Charmilles, Sodick, Mitsubishi, Fanuc, Chevalier, Current, Makino Hansvedt, Elox, Solutions and Belmont. You can get the above EDMs with tool changers, submerged or non-submerged, chillers, C-Axis, manuals or CNC, robots and 3R style tooling. All the brands mentioned above are very good quality EDMs to buy used. With Ram Style EDMs you bore a shape into the part with an electrical discharge. You can use brass or graphite electrodes to create the form.
Hole Popper EDMs are used to make holes in your material. These machines are quicker than Ram or Sinker EDMs for producing holes. Mitsubishi, Sodick and Charmilles are a few brands who carry Hole Poppers EDMs. Check our website frequently to see the variety of EDMs we have.
CNC Boring Mills
CNC Boring Mills are used in a variety of large scale manufacturing industries, such as the oil field industry, the automotive industry, the aerospace industry, the ship building industry, as well as the freight train industry. There are many manufacturers of CNC Boring Mills such as: Giddings & Lewis (G & L), Toshiba, Scharman, Bullard and, Cincinnati. G & L has been making CNC Boring Mills for about 100 years. These mills are known as heavy-duty, high quality heavy metal removal types of machinery.
CNC Tool and Cutter Grinders
Tool and Cutter Grinders are known for making cutting tools for CNC machines. You can manufacture flat end mills, drills, reamers, step drills, fly cutters, ball end mills and taper end mills just to name a few. Many shops do regrinding on tool & cutter grinders as well. Both CNC and manual Tool and Cutter Grinders are utilized in many manufacturing facilities today. Anca and Walter are two of the most widely sold Tool and Cutter Grinders. Ewag Tool and Cutter Grinders are one of the best for very small tool grinding. Cincinnati also makes a nice manual Tool and Cutter Grinder. You can get some of these options on the CNC grinders: Auto Loader, Fire Extinguisher, High Pressure coolant, From 3-7 Axis machines available, multiple heads, 40 and 50 Taper, Steady Rests, Tailstock, and multiple software options.
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