CNC Machines

The Closing Bell

Dirk Gage Got to be a part of the 50th Anniversary party at NASDAQ

Hurco executives rang the closing bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange June 13, 2018, as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. In addition, Hurco was featured on the NasdaqTower and Marquis in New York City. (Skip to the end of the video above to see footage of Hurco appearing on the building’s giant projector screen.)

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Hurco VM10i Plus

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VM10i Plus

The Pocket Rocket

Hurco has been making updates and changes to there line in an almost continuous fashion for years now. This year alone has seen new software released for the mills, updated ballscrews on the VMX lines for faster rapids and travels, an update to the design for the VC 5 axis machines and now the addition of the "Plus" option to the VM line.

Standard Hurco VM10i - 10k spindle
New Hurco VM10i Plus - 12k Spindle with a chiller

This update also applies to the VM20i and the VM30i as well. 

It actually makes for a tough decsion on which Hurco to buy since the VMX24 and the VMX30 have 12k spindles as well. It really comes down to torque between these machines. If you need higher torque, then the VMX line os for you. But if your like most job shops and run into a variety of materials and the torque loads are not really a major factor, then the VM line, now with a 12k CAT40 Big Plus spindle just may be a perfect fit for you.