Romi’s new hybrid machines perform additive and subtractive operations

Romi has introduced a line of hybrid machine tools that combine traditional machining operations with 3D metallic additive manufacturing.

Three Generation D vertical machining centers—the D 800, D 1000, and D 1250—form the basis for this family of hybrids. They feature heavy cast bases; roller guides on all axes; direct-drive spindles; and have a maximum machining volume of 31 by 24 by 25 in., 40 by 24 by 25 in., and 50 by 24 by 25 in., respectively.

Source: The Fabricator