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High performance machines debut at MACH 2010

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FICEP UK will launch two new steel processing machines to the UK at the MACH 2010 show which is held at the NEC in Birmingham from 7-11 June.

With the launch of the Gemini 254 PG FICEP says it has created one of the world’s most technologically advanced multi-function and flexible system for profile cutting, drilling, machining and scribing.

The compact machine can produce flat metal parts from plate, 5mm up 75mm thick in one set-up. FICEP says this process is more economical, combined with greater accuracy, than using separate cutting and labour intensive machining centres.

Also on show will be the 601 DE Excalibur 6 which FICEP says is the ideal machine for the smaller fabricator and those looking for a low cost solution to their productivity. The machine features a movable spindle that rapidly travels the entire length of the material and can drill a hole every five seconds.

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