Eagle V9G (5-axis)

High-speed, high-precision 5-axis machining for large graphite electrodes, mold/die components, hard milling, and more.

The Eagle V9 is designed to be an ultra-rigid 5-axis vertical machining center with the capacity to handle a 1,100-pound workpiece on a 23.6” table surface. The Heidenhain iTNC-640 control unit is mounted on a moveable pedestal for optimal positioning convenience. The Eagle V9 is designed with a side opening in the casting to allow robot loading from either side with pallets up to 19.7” square.

If you’re looking for a robust, powerful tool that’s easy to access, operate, and fine-tune, all so you can better deliver top-tier products quickly and cost-effectively, then we have good news. The Eagle V9 might just be the flexible, functional 5-axis milling machine for you.

Eagle V9G (5-axis)


  • Featuring durable, high-rigidity internal components that can take a beating, the Eagle V9 offers superior performance with minimum downtime so you can stay productive and profitable.


  • The Eagle V9 provides a large, easy-access work area in a small size that, combined with its powerful on-board CNC control, allows workers of nearly any skill level to create top-quality results without requiring much floorspace.


  • The Eagle V9 might look a little different than our other machines (the blue and yellow color scheme is a bit of a giveaway), but our highly responsive service department still knows it inside and out. You can always count on us to help keep you up and running.


  • The Eagle V9 gantry-type 5-axis machining center is built and designed to be highly rigid and incredibly precise
  • To achieve high rigidity and fine finish, the Eagle V9 employs a U-shape polymer concrete base, with B axis support and a high-quality rotary table C axis
  • It is also equipped with 36,000-RPM integrated spindle, heavy-duty, roller-type linear guideways, and a dual gantry drive (two ball screws and two linear glass scales) in both the X and Y axis
  • The Eagle V9 is capable of performing high-precision cuts with the X, Y, Z, B, and C axis moving simultaneously
  • Inclined surface machining, spiral contour machining, irregular contour machining, and other complex cutting tasks can be made simple with the Eagle V9
  • The Eagle V9’s B axis uses a zero-backlash gear drive while the C-rotary axis utilizes a direct drive motor, complemented with direct rotary encoders—this is superior to the conventional “worm gear” setup in drive transmission and power efficiencies
  • Travels: X, Y, and Z: 31.5” x 23.62” x 19.69”
  • Rapid Traverse: 1,181 in/min. (X, Y, and Z)
  • Acceleration: 49 ft/s² (1.5G)


  • Precision Package 3 for 5-axis machines – Temperature-distribution compensation, including:
    • ATDC (Automatic Temperature Drift Control)
    • 5-axis compensation
    • Heidenhain option (kinematics optional)
    • Ceramic ball for kinematics accord
  • Integrated 4/5-axis system (without T-slot table)
  • HF spindle 23 HP, 36,000 RPM, HSK-E50, 72-pos ATC
  • Renishaw infrared measuring probe
  • Blum laser system for tool breakage detection and tool length/diameter compensation
  • Double gantry drive, both X and Y axis
  • Vibration-dampening polymer concrete machine bed
  • 3-point foundation setup/leveling
  • Ball screws with direct drive AC motors
  • Absolute measuring with glass scales
  • Oil-mist lubricant system, spindle external
  • 3-color status light
  • Chip auger with transverse conveyor screw
  • Chip bucket


  • 18,000 RPM, 47 HP HSK-A63 spindle (48-position ATC)
  • 26,000 RPM, 29.5 HP HSK-A63 spindle (48-position ATC)
  • 42,000 RPM, 20 HP HSK-E40 spindle (88-position ATC)
  • Table clamping and pallet systems from EROWA, Hirschmann, and system 3R
  • ICS 2 ATS internal coolant supply with aerosol/dry lubrication
  • T-Slot table to cover the 4/5-axis (Converts the machine to 3-axis operation)
  • Keller exhaust system for graphite and mist collection
  • Oil-mist suction unit
  • Chip conveyor for dry milling (incl: chip bucket)
  • Multichange Easy Basic Unit (incl: gripper, 40-pos or 5-pos or 4-pos magazine, workpiece change place, and connection to machine)


  • Heidenhain TNC-640 HSCi 5-axis simultaneous control
Machine Travels: X x Y x Z in (mm) 31.5 x 23.6 x 19.7 (800 x 600 x 500)
A-Axis Tilt Range (degree) -60 ~ 140° (25)
C-Axis Rotation Range (degree) 360° (100)
Rotary Table Faceplate: dia (mm) 23.6 (600)
Max Workpiece Height: Faceplate/Pallet (mm) 21.6/19.7 (550/500)
Max Rotary Table Cap: lb (kg) 1,100 (500)
Spindle Speed 36,000 RPM
Spindle HP cont./30 min (kw) 20.4 / 23.5 HP (15.2/17.5 kw)
Spindle Nose to Table: in (mm) 2.75 ~22.4 (70 ~600)
Tool Changer Selection HSK-E50 (72 pos std)
X, Y, Z Rapid Speed: in/min (m/min) 1,181 (30)
Max Workpiece 3-axis in/lb (mm/kg) 31.5 x 23.6 x 19.7 /4,400 (800 x 600 x 500 /2,000)
Machine Weight: lb. (kg) 25,353 (11,500)
Mach Dimensions W-D-H: in (mm) 85.7 x 120.6 x 112.2 (2,180 x 3,060 x 2,850)

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