MEGA SSS-400/600 5AXP (5-AXIS)

The high-accuracy, high-precision fusion of 5 axis technology for your micro-fine milling and small-hole drilling needs.

When the job calls for high-precision cutting, you use a 5-axis milling machine. But sometimes there are other factors to consider, and not all 5-axis milling machines are created equal. For some projects—the kind that require fast, accurate results down to the 1,000th of a millimeter—you need a machine that’s up to the task.

The MEGA SSS family of 5-axis machining centers combine high-speed machining (40,000 and 60,000 RPM via the 400 and 600 versions, respectively) with micro-fine detailing capabilities, allowing your shop to reliably tackle small-hole drilling, micro-accuracy machining, and more.

Come see what a difference a true hybrid milling machine can make—for your customers, your shop, and you.

MEGA SSS-400-600


  • By delivering high-accuracy cuts quickly, the MEGA SSS-400/600 5AXP makes you more productive, allowing you greater control over your business.


  • The MEGA SSS-400/600 5AXP combines rugged construction materials and dynamic internal components to enable continuous operation at max speed—without compromising quality.


  • By offering multiple milling capabilities all in one single machine, the MEGA SSS-400/600 5AXP lets you handle more than ever before—backed up by best-in-class support from our responsive service teams.


  • Ideal for both small-hole drilling and micro-fine 5-axis milling through its unique “super hybrid” design
  • Allows simultaneous 5-axis control with a special design for optical encoder feedback on the rotary unit
  • Wide speed range (3,000 through 40,000 RPM for the 400), (3,000 through 60,000 RPM for the 600) via an oil-mist lubricated spindle and a long-life AC motor
  • Capable of 5-second tool changes, thanks to 20-position twin arm-style tool changer
  • Provides both high-precision 3-axis positioning and additional 2-axis indexing accuracy
  • Operates across a wide speed range via an oil-mist lubricated spindle and a long-life AC motor
  • Provides excellent shock and vibration dampening for high-speed, high-precision machining and greater stability via high-rigidity structure and Meehanite GC castings for both the base and bridge
  • Built to jig-grinder standards of quality and accuracy with bridge construction that eliminates the X axis table overhang commonly associated with C-frame construction designs
  • New tool measurement device location “Blum Laser” is relocated to an out-of-stroke position
  • A pneumatic counterbalance is located on the spindle headstock providing smooth, accurate movement of the Z axis during high-velocity contouring and drilling
  • Features an increased portal height (7.9”/200mm) for addition of the A/C axis unit


  • High-rigidity Meehanite structure
  • High-rigidity HSK-E40 tool holders, allowing 6x higher clamping force than a regular BT shank for highly reliable work
  • Roller pack-type linear motion ways
  • Z axis thermal growth compensation
  • Non-contact tool measurement (Blum Laser) with air-blow cleaning
  • Dual Z axis balance cylinders
  • X, Y, Z axis linear scales
  • Spindle chiller with 7-gallon oil tank
  • 80-gallon coolant tank standard


  • Fanuc 31i-B5 super high-speed processing, NANO smoothing, AI Contour Control II, and NANO interpolation
  • 1000-block look-ahead block expansion
  • Super PC III function with 3-mode operation to balance speed and accuracy
Machine Travels: X x Y x Z in (mm) 16.0 x 13.0 x 7.9 (400 x 330 x 200)
Spindle Speed (600) 3,000 ~ 40,000 RPM (60,000 RPM)
Spindle HP 4.7
Spindle Lubrication Oil Mist
Tool Changer Size 20 Position Standard (40 or 60 optional)
Positioning Accuracy/Repeatability: in (μm) ±0.000040/±0.000012 (±1.0/±0.3)
Rotary Table Faceplate: in (mm) Ø 3.94 (Ø100)
Max. Tilting A-Axis Angle: deg. -120 ~ +10
Rotary C-Axis Index Accuracy ±1.5 arc sec.
Tilting A-Axis Index Accuracy ± 3.5 arc sec.
Faceplate to Spindle Nose Distance: in (mm) 1.07 ~ 8.94 (27 ~ 227)
Max. Workpiece Weight: lb (kg) 20 (44)
Coolant Tank Capacity: gal (L) 37 (140)
Faceplate Height from Floor: in (mm) 38.3 (973)
Actual Measured Circularity (2.0″ dia. @8 IPM): in (μm) 0.000039 (1.0)
Spindle Taper HSK-E25
Spindle Air Purge Standard
Air Blast through Spindle NA
Oil Mist with Collector Optional
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 (1.5)
Dust Collection System NA
Machine Weight: lb (kg) 6173 (2800)
Machine Height: in (mm) 90.1 (2290)
Required Floor Space: in (mm) 79.1 x 106.0 (2010 x 2690) w coolant chiller option
Control Unit Fanuc 31i-B5 Super High-Speed Processor, Al Contour Control II and 5-Axis machining package
Power Requirements KVA 200 ~ 220VAC: 14.0KVA (16.5kVA w options)
Air Supply 9 cu.ft./min @ 72 psi

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    Steve Michon, President at Zero Tolerance view case study
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