CEGA SSS-300/400

High-speed machining combined with a newly upgraded 20 HP / 30,000 RPM spindle adds heavier machining capability.

For some projects—the kind that requires fast, accurate results down to the 1,000th of a millimeter—you need a machine that’s up to the task.

The CEGA SSS-300/400 is capable of a wide speed range (200 – 30,000 RPM) with 20-HP, or (200 – 40,000 RPM) with 7.4-HP using an oil-mist lubricated AC spindle motor.

With the CEGA SSS-300/400, the cost-effective, high-performance, micro-accuracy machining and hard milling capabilities your business needs to achieve top-quality work are finally here—all in one machine.

CEGA SSS-300-400


  • The CEGA SSS-300/400 does exactly what your business needs it to do: deliver high-precision work quickly, without breaking the bank. This machine fits amazing machining capabilities into one small, powerful, economical package.


  • The CEGA SSS-300/400 combines rugged construction materials and dynamic internal components to enable continuous operation at max speed—backed up by best-in-class support from our responsive service teams.


  • The CEGA SSS-300/400 features a highly expandable, modular design to help ensure your investment will remain useful well into the future.


  • Well suited to high-speed, high-precision milling, drilling, and tapping due to its “super hybrid concept” design
  • Delivers high-speed, high-precision machining with greater stability due to its high-rigidity structure
  • Wide speed range (200 – 30,000 RPM) with 20-HP, or (200 – 40,000 RPM) with 7.4-HP using an oil-mist lubricated AC spindle motor.


  • High-rigidity HSK-E40 tool holders
  • Dual Z axis balance cylinders


  • Fanuc 31i-B5 super high-speed processor with AI Contour Control II and NANO interpolation
Machine Travels: X x Y x Z in (mm) 20.0 x 16.0 x 12.0 (510 x 410 x 310)
Spindle Speed: SSS 300 (SSS 400) 200 ~ 30,000 RPM (200 ~ 40,000 RPM)
Spindle HP: SSS 300 (SSS 400) 20 (7.4)
Spindle Lubrication Oil Mist
Tool Changer Size 20 Position Standard
Positioning Accuracy/Repeatability: in (μm) ±0.000040/±0.000020 (±1.0/±0.5)
Table Work Area X x Y: in (mm) 25.5 x 16.0 (650 x 410)
Table to Spindle Nose Distance: in (mm) 5.9 ~ 18.1 (150 ~ 460)
Max. Workpiece Weight: lb (kg) 440 (200)
Coolant Tank Capacity: gal (L) 52.8 (200)
Table Height from Floor: in (mm) 29.5 (750)
Actual Measured Circularity (2.0″ dia. @8 IPM): in (μm) 0.000044 (1.1)
Spindle Taper HSK-E40
Spindle Air Purge Standard
Air Blast through Spindle NA
Oil Mist with Collector Standard
Linear Scales X, Y, Z – axes Heidenhain 0.000002mm Standard
Rapid Traverse Speed: in/min. (m/min.) 590 (15.0)
Cutting Speed (Normal Mode): in/min. (mm/min.) 0.04 – 394 (1 ~ 10,000)
Cutting Speed (GR Super PC Mode): in/min. (m/min.) 590 (15.0)
Dust Collection System NA
Machine Weight: lb (kg) 11,464 (5200)
Machine Height: in (mm) 100 (2540)
Required Floor Space [Machine Unit]: in (mm) 95.0 x 114.0 (2410 x 2895)
Control Unit Fanuc 31i-B5 Super High-Speed Processor and Al Contour Control II
Power Requirements KVA 200 ~ 220V 32.0KVA
Air Supply 17.5 cu.ft./min @ 72 psi (0.5 MPa @ 400NL/min.)

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