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Looking for a Used Milltronics CNC Lathe? Want to Learn More about your Options on Used Milltronics CNC’s? You’ve Come to the Right Place!

No matter what type of used Milltronics you are looking for, we have our used Milltronics price listed right next to each available machine to make the buying process easy. All the used Milltronics machines for sale at have been thoroughly checked and can offer you the benefits of Milltronics without the expense of buying new. We both buy and sell used Milltronics CNC’s because we genuinely care about helping American manufacturers like you succeed and our Milltronics CNC’s make machining affordable for small shops across the country.

By offering quality used Milltronics CNC’s for sale, we provide access to equipment and technology to keep you competitive and producing parts and high levels of efficiency. We’re here if you want to sell a used CNC and replace it with a Milltronics or if you want to add Milltronics CNC’s to increase production. When you are looking for a Milltronics mill for sale or a Milltronics CNC lathe, we can help. We want to partner with you, so call us at 844.262.6789 and we’ll get started to find the best solutions for your shop.

Milltronics has milling and turning centers. They offer tool room mills, combo lathes, vertical machining centers, CNC slant bed lathes and bridge mills. All of their equipment is CNC controlled on controllers their custom controllers which have played in key role in their success. Keep reading to learn more about your options when you’re searching for a used Milltronics mill for sale or other used Milltronics CNC.

Milltronics History

Milltronics has been in business for more than 40 years has over 14,000 machines installed around the world. They were purchased in 2015 by Hurco Companies, Inc. which is publicly traded on the NASDAQ exchange as HURC. Even though they are owned by another company that also makes CNC machines, Milltronics continues to make machines under its own brand name.

Milltronics Controls

Newer used Milltronics CNC machines are equipped with an interactive computer control system that’s compatible with G-code and M-codes generated from CAD/CAM software and conversational visual aid programming. Operators with little or no machine tool programming experience can successfully create programs with minimal training and begin machining parts in little time. More advanced operators appreciate the the following features common on Milltronics CNC controllers:

  • Solid model graphics allows you to see a completed part before cutting. Graphics are intertwined with the motion system so you can see what the machine is going to do.
  • Handwheel run allows you to program in controlled mode – motion only occurs when the handwheel is turning so you can verify programs.
  • Mid-program restarts allow operators to start anywhere in a program by verifying the graphics and then switching to Run Mode without need for G&M code expertise.
  • Milltronics controllers have fast processors and high-speed motion control on newer machines – they can execute up to 3,000 blocks per second.
  • A “Feed Forward” error correctio algorithm reduces inaccuracy which is cause by corner rounding making the machines capable of highly accurate high-speed machining.
  • All controls are PC-based, so they can have color monitors, large hard drives, memory, USB ports, ethernet connectivity and more.

Milltronics Service & Training

When you buy a used Milltronics CNC, you may want to discuss your purchase with a local dealer. Milltronics provides support through a network of authorized distributors. They also provide technical support including the instruction handbook in their documentation library which you can fill out online for key instructional documents on your specific machine. They stock thousands of parts for used Milltronics CNCs as well as have an extensive network of others carrying their parts. Their parts library is a picture library – which makes getting the right part easier for their Parts Specialists who can assist you. For service directly with Milltronics, call 888-999-1440 or request information online.

They offer seven product lines of mills and lathes.

Find a Milltronics CNC Lathe

Milltroic lathes or turning centers as they are usually referred to, are advertised as Combo Lathes or the SL series slant bed CNC lathe. A Milltronics CNC lathe of this type allows for both manual and CNC operations in tool rooms and job shops. They can be configured many ways. Here are the models offered in 2018:

Model Swing Length Bore Spindle RPM

ML 16/40 17”/40”2.05”4,000 rpm

ML 18/60 19”/60”2.56”2,600 rpm

ML 22/60 23”/60” 3.22” 2,000 rpm

ML 26/40 27”/40” 3.22” 2,000 rpm

ML 26/80 27”/80” 4.17”* 1,600 rpm

ML 26/120 27”/120” 6.02” 1,600 rpm

ML 26/160 27”/160” 6.02” 1,600 rpm

Very large Combo Lathes:

ML35 36”/80,” 120,” 160,” 200” & 240” Swing Lengths, 6.02” Bore, 900 rpm spindle

ML40 39.7”/80,” 120,” 160,” 200” & 240” Swing Lengths, 6.02” Bore, 900 rpm spindle

The SL  Series CNC lathes are designed to feature robust slant bed castings, linear guide roller ways, direct coupled ball screws and they come with the latest controller – the 9000 Series control. The SL series currently has the SL6, SL8-11 an SL10-11 model. They are designed for 6”, 8” and 10” chuck sizes respectively. Options available on these and older Milltronics CNC lathes include chip conveyor, tailstock, tool presetter, parts catcher and auto-turrets with various number of tool stations. When buying a used Milltronics CNC, make sure you inquire about the options that are included.

Finding a Used Milltronics Mill

Milltronics manufacturers vertical machining centers and bridge mills for a wide range of applications. Parts are provided by top suppliers including Yaskawa Mitsubishi, Kenturn, Hiwin and Grundfos. All machines are tested with a laser interferometer and ball bar before leaving the factory. Milltronics offers the following:

General Purpose VM Series Vertical Machining Centers: 

VM2515, VM3018, VM4020, VM5020
These machines range from compact at 25” x 15” x 20 “ travels on a 30” x 16” table to a 52” x 20” table with travels of 50” x 20” x 20” in the largest VM5020 model.

Performance IL Series Vertical Machining Centers:

VM3018IL, VM4222IL, VM5025IL, VM6030ILThese machines have inline spindle performance that is bigger, faster and stronger with more features than the general purpose VM series. Tool, die & mold shops as well as the aerospace and medical industries can select from four different sizes.

Extra Power Performance XP Series Vertical Machining Centers:

VR4325XP, VM5025XP, VM6030XP
A Milltronics mill n this series offers #50 taper performance for applications that need extra cutting power. They are build with either box ways or linear cross roller guides for rigidity, direct-coupled ballscrews and dual wound spindle motors for extra torque. The VR4325XP features a geared head and the other two models have heavy duty belt drive systems. They come with coolant rings, washdown systems, lift-up conveyor and height adjustment on the control.

BR Series Bridge Mills:

BR5100IL, BR6100IL, BR6150IL, BR8100IL, BR8150IL, BR82000IL

The Milltronics BR Series bridge mills are a mix between a CNC router and a heavy-duty cast bridge mill. They are built with linear cross roller guides, #40 taper inline spindles, and big travels. There are six different sizes available up to 200” in X-travel by 80” Y-travel. These machines are built to customer specifications.

Tool Room Mills: 

VK4-II, MB20, MM18, MM3017, RH20, RH30, RH33
These machines are flexible and are used in tool rooms, job shops and tool and die. They can be run as manual, teach or in full CNC.

Found a Used Milltronics For Sale? Here’s what you can do before you go see it.

  • Be informed. When you buy a used Milltronics machine, you’re going to need to do more research than when buying a new CNC. Start by making a list of your requirements. You should consider the:
    • Types of materials you want to machine – Are the easy or hard to machine?
    • Tolerances you need – Tight tolerances or not?
    • Industries you’ll primarily be serving – How complex are the parts for this industry?
    • Level of production you’ll be running – High volume light-out? Or short runs?
    • Expertise you have available in your shop – Does anyone know the controls or have time to learn?

You may want to buy a similar CNC to a Milltronics that you already have, or you may want to look for one that is newer, so you can begin to connect everything via ethernet or Wi-Fi to take advantage of software innovations.

  • Ask for good photos. Zoom up in the photos and look for signs of damage and worn components.
  • Speak with a local service provider who can provide service for the machine or call the Milltronics service.
  • Search similar years for the Milltronics CNC to see how pricing compares.
  • Get the hours of operation.
  • Ask for the maintenance records of the specific Milltronics that you are considering. Repair work isn’t a bad thing, in many cases, it will help you know what been replaced, what hasn’t and if it was done right. Ask for as much documentation as the seller can provide. This will help you in case you have problems at later date and provide you with details for buying parts.
  • Find out if any tooling or other accessories are being offered for sale along with this used Milltronics CNC.

How to Inspect a Milltronics CNC

Once you’ve done your homework, and you think you’ve finally identified the perfect Milltronics for your company, you may decide to buy it without looking at it, or you want to go the extra mile an inspect the machine for yourself. If you choose to buy it from, we can offer you options on how to ensure that the used CNC equipment you are buying meets your quality standards. Here are some inspection tips below.

How to Inspect a Used Milltronics For Sale On-Site

  • Inspect for damage and worn components. Carefully look all over the machine. There are enough used Milltronics CNC’s available that you shouldn’t have to buy a machine with obvious damage or signs of wear.
  • Ask to operate the machine to see it actually run.
  • Listen to the sounds of the axis moving at different speeds
  • Run the spindle at the max RPM.
  • Look at the guards and sensors on the machine. If sensors, switches, wires and hoses all match and look like they match well, that’s an indication of a well-maintained machine.
  • Make parts on the machine if possible.
  • Check the tool-changer or turret. See how well it changes tools at different areas of the tool changer
  • Check the electrical cabinet for anything that looks like “not factory” and ask about it.
  • *Important* If you are planning on buying this machine, take a photo of the serial number plate. Its typically located on the electrical cabinet door. It has the model, series, serial number, manufacture date, voltage and amp requirements (and more.) The date code on the plate shows the year and week in that year that the machine was built. A three-digit date code is usually found on machines build in the 1990’s while a four digit date code represents machines build after December 31, 1999. (For example: Date code 643 means the machine was built in the 43 week of 1996, date code 0315 means the machine was built in the 15th week of 2003.
  • Ask if the seller can provide the (4) manuals that came with the machine. Each machine should come with an Electrical Manual, Mechanical Manual, Programming Manual and Instruction Manual. If they are not available with the machine, you can request them here.
  • If possible, ask the owner why he’s selling the machine.
  • Find out what process controller is on the machine. For older machines, the processor may have been upgraded.
  • Review bar feeder options for CNC turning centers and pallet changes for mills.
  • Review chip & coolant management options.
  • Find out the electrical requirements for install (look at the Electrical Manual)
  • Discuss payment options, you may get a better deal with a cash down-payment.
  • Buy from someone who has a good reputation.

We are a trusted source for used Milltronics CNC machines and consistently take in used Milltronics CNC’s. In addition, carries other brands of CNC mills and lathes in a wide range of configurations. All our CNC machines have been thoroughly checked and refurbished as necessary to ensure our customers are satisfied. We welcome you to call 844.262.6789 or visit and inspect one of our used Milltronics CNC machines for yourself.

Milltronics CNC Machine Model Guide

1990’s – 2000’s Used Milltronics Vertical Machining Centers

  • Milltronics Partner MB-11: 24″ x 11″ x 18″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner 1: 30″ x 16″ x 16″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner 6F: 24″ x 25″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner 7E: 30″ x 17″ x 19″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner 8: 41″ x 21″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner VM17: 30″ x 16″ x 19.5″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner MC20: 40″ x 20″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner 9: 56″ x 27″ x 23.5″ Travels
  • Milltronics Partner VMD30: 70″ x 30″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics RW12: 24″ x 12″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics RW14: 24″ x 14″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics RW15: 25″ x 15″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics RW18: 24″ x 18″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics RW20: 25″ x 20″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM2016: 20″ x 16″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM15: 24″ x 16″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM15XT: 30″ x 15″ x 17″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM16: 30″ x 16″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM17: 30″ x 16″ x 19.5″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM22: 40″ x 22″ x 22″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM22L: 40″ x 22″ x 26″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM24: 40″ x 24″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM30: 60″ x 30″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics TT18: 18″ x 18″ x 18″ Travels
  • Milltronics TT22: 22″ x 22″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics TT24: 23″ x 24″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics TT40: 42″ x 40″ x 29″ Travels
  • Milltronics RH12: 32″ x 19″ x 22″ Travels
  • Milltronics RH19: 32″ x 19″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics RH24: 50″ x 24″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics RH35: 120″ x 35″ x 30″ Travels
  • Milltronics BR50: 120″ x 50″ x 28″ Travels
  • Milltronics BR60: 122″ x 60″ x 28″ Travels

2018 New Milltronics Vertical Machining Centers

  • Milltronics VM2515: 25″ x 15″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM18: 30″ x 18″ x 18″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM3017: 30″ x 17″ x 18″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM3018: 30″ x 18″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM3018IL: 30″ x 18″ x 22″ Travels
  • Milltronics RH20: 40″ x 20″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM20: 40″ x 20″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM20: 40″ x 20″ x 26″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM4020: 40″ x 20″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM4422: 40″ x 22″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM4325: 43″ x 25″ x 23″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM25: 50″ x 25″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM30XP: 50″ x 30″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM5020P: 50″ x 20″ x 20″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM5020IL: 50″ x 25″ x 26″ Travels
  • Milltronics RH30: 60″ x 30″ x 28″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM30IL: 60″ x 30″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics VM6030IL: 60″ x 30″ x 24″ Travels
  • Milltronics RH33: 78″ x 33″ x 28″ Travels
  • Milltronics BR5100IL: 100″ x 50″ x 28″ Travels
  • Milltronics BR6100IL: 100″ x 60″ x 28″ Travels
  • Milltronics BR8100IL: 100″ x 80″ x 28″ Travels

2018 New Milltronics ML Flat Bed CNC Lathes

  • Milltronics ML16/40: 8″ Chuck, 17″ swing, 40″ Length
  • Milltronics ML18/60: 10″ Chuck, 19″ swing, 60″ Length
  • Milltronics ML22/60: 12″ Chuck, 23″ swing, 60″ Length
  • Milltronics ML26/60: 15″ Chuck, 27″ swing, 40″ Length
  • Milltronics ML26/80: 15″ Chuck, 27″ swing, 80″ Length
  • Milltronics ML26/120: 15″ Chuck, 27″ swing, 120″ Length
  • Milltronics ML26/160: 15″ Chuck, 27″ swing, 160″ Length
  • Milltronics ML35/60: 18″ Chuck, 35″ swing, 60″ Length
  • Milltronics ML35/80: 18″ Chuck, 35″ swing, 80″ Length
  • Milltronics ML35/120: 18″ Chuck, 35″ swing, 120″ Length
  • Milltronics ML35/160: 18″ Chuck, 35″ swing, 160″ Length
  • Milltronics ML40/80: 24″ Chuck, 40″ swing, 80″ Length
  • Milltronics ML40/100: 24″ Chuck, 40″ swing, 100″ Length
  • Milltronics ML40/120: 24″ Chuck, 40″ swing, 120″ Length
  • Milltronics ML40/160: 24″ Chuck, 40″ swing, 160″ Length
  • Milltronics ML40/200: 24″ Chuck, 40″ swing, 200″ Length
  • Milltronics ML40/240: 24″ Chuck, 40″ swing, 240″ Length

2018 Milltronics SL Series CNC Lathes

  • Milltronics SL6: 6″ Chuck, 11.75″ Max Diameter, 21″ Max Length
  • Milltronics SL8-II: 8″ Chuck, 14″ Max Diameter, 21″ Max Length
  • Milltronics SL10: 10″ Chuck, 12.25″ Max Diameter, 21″ Max Length
  • Milltronics SL10-II: 10″ Chuck, 17″ Max Diameter, 28″ Max Length