Used Mazak INTEGREX

Are you looking for a used Mazak INTEGREX for sale? No matter what type of used Mazak you are looking for, we have our used Mazak Integrex price listed right next to each available machine to make the buying process easy. All the Mazak Integrex machines for sale at CNCMachines.net have been thoroughly checked and can offer you the benefits of Mazak without the expense of buying new. 

Used Mazak Integrex Inventory

We both buy and sell used Mazak Integrex CNC’s. We genuinely care about helping American manufactures like you succeed. By offering quality used 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 Mazak Integrex or if you want to augment your capabilities to meet demand. We want to partner with you, so contact us and we’ll get started to find the best solutions for your shop.

The History of Mazak and the MAZATROL Software found on Mazak Interex CNC’s

Mazak is an international manufacturer of machining centers with a diverse product line including multi-tasking, 5-axis, turning, vertical and horizontal machining centers as well as an exclusive parts-moving cell system called PALLETECH, and automation software. Mazak offers multiple software solutions and boasts the ability to connect and secure there CNC’s of all ages. This makes it possible for you to buy a used Mazak CNC and still take advantage of newer software solutions. For example, the Mazak SmartBox, developed in 2015 together with Cisco, provides security, analytics and machine monitoring which is backwards compatible with older Mazak machines.

Used Mazak Integrex for sale

Mazak also provides a number of automation accessories to CNC machining such as bar feeders, gantry loaders and articulating robots. Newer CNC’s are available with digital solutions including MTConnect, which is a key component of Mazak’s iSMART Factory concept since2015.

The primary operating system for Mazak CNC’s is called MAZATROL, which was first introduced in 1981 and has since been developed into an advanced connected digital platform. In 2014 Mazak introduced the CNC Mazatrol SmoothX controller. That same year they released the MAZATROL SmoothG and MAZATROL SmoothC CNC systems. Listings for used Mazak Integrex CNC’s for sale should list the control that’s included. You may want to find out from Mazak what upgrade options are available for a particular machine, since it could affect the used Mazak Integrex price as well as functionality.

The Mazak Integrex Product Line Began with the e-Series

The Integrex e-Series was first introduced in September 2001, and since then hundreds of models of both horizontal and vertical milling machines, 5-axis machining centers and lathes have been introduced to the market by Mazak under the name “INTEGREX.” The e-series was just the beginning. Today there are Mazak Integrex machines that make many types of products. Because of the number of machines on the market, it’s never been easier to shop and find a used Mazak Integrex price with specifications right at your fingertips.

Selecting A Used Mazak INTEGREX

The Mazak INTEGREX line includes the e-Series in horizontal and vertical milling configurations, the IV Series, the I series and the IVS series. They are multi-tasking CNC machining centers that complete operations in single setups. Turning, milling, boring, drilling and much more is “Done-in-One” for parts of many sizes, including very small and complex parts. Over the years Mazak has made numerous versions of each machine. There are hundreds of specific models which can make shopping for a used Mazak Integrex for sale challenging, but we’re here to help. If the information this guide does not answer your questions, you can text or call – one of our Mazak CNC experts would be glad to speak with you at 844-262-6789.

As of 2018, Mazak offers the following over 40 different machines under the INTEGREX model name including multiple CNC machines with each of these series – INTEGREX 2018, INTEGREX e-H, INTEGREX e-Ramtec, INTEGREX e-V, INTEGREX I, INTEGREX i AM, INTEGREX i-V and INTEGREX i.

Below is a guide to see the differences between different models for Mazak Integrex e-Series for certain years, as well as tips for planning and inspecting any used Mazak Integrex for sale.

Comparative Guide for 2006, 2008 and 2011 for help Selecting a Used Mazak Integrex e-Series for Sale

INTEGREX Horizontal Models by Year

2006 Mazak INTEGREX: 410H, 410HS, 500H, 500HS, 650H, 650HS
2008 Mazak INTEGREX: 410H-II, 410HS-II, 420HST-II, 500H-II, 500HS-II, 650H-II, 650HS-II
2011 Mazak INTEGREX: e-420H-II, e-420HS-II, e-420HST-II

INTEGREX Vertical Models by Year

2006 Mazak INTEGREX: 1060 V/6, 1060 V/8, 1550 V/10, 1850 V/12
2008 Mazak INTEGREX: 800 V/5-II, 1060 V/6-II, 1060 V/8-II, 1550 V/10-II, 1850 V/12-II
2011 Mazak  INTEGREX: e-800 V/5-II, e-1060 V/6-II, e-1060 V/8-II, e-1550 V/10-II, e-1850 V/12-II

2006 INTEGREX e-Series HORIZONTALS

Integrex

410H

410HS

Max. Swing

24.0”

Main Spindle

4,000 rpm – 30 hp (30 min.)

B-Axis Spindle

12,000 rpm – 30 hp

Second Spindle

NO

YES

Y-Axis

YES

ATC

YES

Tailstock

YES

NO

Integrex

500H

500HS

650H

650HS

Max. Swing

32.2”

36.2”

Main Spindle

3,300 rpm – 40 hp (30 mins.)

1,600 rpm – 60 hp (30 mins.)

B-Axis Spindle

10,000 rpm – 50 hp

40,000 rpm – 50 hp

Second Spindle

NO

YES

NO

YES

Y-Axis

YES

ATC

YES

Long Boring Bar

OPT

NO

OPT

NO

Tailstock

YES

NO

YES

NO

2006 INTEGREX e-SERIES VERTICALS

Integrex

1060 V/6

1060 V/8

1550 V/10

1850 V/12

Max. Workpiece Dim.

41.3” x 39.3”

49.2” x 49.2”

78.7” x 56.7”

92.5” x 70.8”

Main Spindle

600 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

500 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

300 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

250 rpm – 60 hp (30 mins.)

Pallet Size

24.8” x 24.8”

31.5” x 31.5”

39.3” x 39.3”

49.2” x 49.2”

B-Axis Spindle

10,000 rpm – 50 hp

Y-Axis

YES

ATC

YES

2008 INTEGREX e-SERIES HORIZONTALS

Integrex

410H-II

410HS-II

420HST-II

Max. Swing

24.0”

27.0″

Main Spindle

4,000 rpm – 30 hp (30 min.)

Milling Spindle

12,000 rpm – 30 hp

Second Spindle

NO

YES

Y-Axis

YES

ATC

YES

Tailstock

YES

NO

Integrex

500H-II

500HS-II

650H-II

650HS-II

Max. Swing

32.2”

36.2”

Main Spindle

3,300 rpm – 40 hp (30 mins.)

1,600 rpm – 60 hp (30 mins.)

Milling Spindle

10,000 rpm – 50 hp

10,000 rpm – 50 hp

Second Spindle

NO

YES

NO

YES

Y-Axis

YES

ATC

YES

Long Boring Bar

OPT

NO

OPT

NO

Tailstock

YES

NO

YES

NO

2008 INTEGREX e-SERIES VERTICALS

Integrex

800 V/5-II

1060 V/6-II

1060 V/8-II

1550 V/10-II

1850 V/12-II

Max. Workpiece Dim.

28.7” x 39.3”

41.3” x 39.3”

49.2” x 49.2”

78.7” x 56.7”

92.5” x 70.8”

Main Spindle

12,000 rpm – 40 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 60 hp (30 mins.)

Pallet Size

19.7” x 19.7 ”

24.8” x 24.8”

31.5” x 31.5”

39.3” x 39.3”

49.2” x 49.2”

B-Axis Spindle

1000 rpm – 40 hp

600 rpm – 50 hp

500 rpm – 50 hp

300 rpm – 50 hp

250 rpm – 50 hp

Y-Axis

YES

ATC

YES

2011 INTEGREX e-Series Horizontals

Integrex

e-420H-II

e-420HS-II

e-420HST-II

Max. Swing

26.3”

26.3″

Main Spindle

4,000 rpm – 40 hp (30 min.)

Milling Spindle

12,000 rpm – 30 hp

Second Spindle

NO

YES

Y-Axis

16.5″

ATC

YES

Tailstock

YES

NO

Bed Length

60″/120″

80″

Integrex

e-500H-II

e-500HS-II

e-650H-II

e-650HS-II

Max. Swing

32.2”

36.2” (41.3″ opt)

Main Spindle

3,300 rpm – 40 hp (30 mins.)

1,600 rpm – 60 hp (30 mins.)

Milling Spindle

10,000 rpm – 50 hp

10,000 rpm – 50 hp

Second Spindle

NO

YES

NO

YES

Y-Axis

19.6″

25.6″

ATC

YES

Long Boring Bar

OPT

NO

OPT

NO

Tailstock

YES

NO

YES

NO

Bed Length

60″/120″

80″/120″/160″/240″

2011 INTEGREX e-SERIES VERTICALS

Integrex

e-800 V/5-II

e-1060 V/6-II

e-1060 V/8-II

e-1550 V/10-II

e-1850 V/12-II

Max. Workpiece (Dia x Height)

28.7” x 39.3”

41.3” x 39.3”

49.2” x 49.2”

78.7” x 56.7”

92.5” x 70.8”

Main Spindle

12,000 rpm – 40 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 60 hp (30 mins.)

Pallet Size

19.7” x 19.7 ”

24.8” x 24.8”

31.5” x 31.5”

39.3” x 39.3”

49.2” x 49.2”

C-Axis Turning Spindle

1000 rpm – 40 hp

600 rpm – 50 hp

500 rpm – 50 hp

300 rpm – 50 hp

250 rpm – 50 hp

ATC

40 Tools Std. (60, 80, 120 Magazines Optional) Tool Hives also available

2011 e-SERIES VERTICALS – Single Table Version

Integrex

e-1060 V/8-II

e-1850 V/12-II

Max. Workpiece (Dia x Height)

59.06” x 57.09”

137.8″ x 70.8″

Main Spindle

10,000 rpm – 50 hp (30 mins.)

10,000 rpm – 60 hp (30 mins.)

Pallet Size

49.21″ Dia

98.4″ Dia

C-Axis Turning Spindle

500 rpm – 50 hp

100 rpm – 50 hp

ATC

40 Tools Std. (60, 80, 120 Magazines Optional) Tool Hives also available

Visit our History Guide for a longer list of Mazak INTEGREX Series models offered from the 1980’s to 2018. If you cannot find the specific Mazak that you want on our website, post what you’re looking for and help you find it. 

Planning the Purchase of a Used Mazak INTEGREX For Sale

  • Be informed. When shopping for a used Mazak Integrex for sale, you’re going to need to do more research than when buying a new Mazak CNC. It might help to make a list of your requirements. This can help you determine what age Mazak CNC Integrex works best for your shop. You may want to buy a similar year to a Integrex 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 Mazak service provider who can provide service for the machine. Get his/her opinion on any specific machine type that you are considering purchasing.
  • Search similar years for the Integrex to see how pricing compares.
  • Get the hours of operation.
  • Ask for the maintenance records of the specific Mazak Integrex 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.
  • Find out if any tooling or other accessories are being offered for sale along with this Mazak Integrex.

How to Inspect a Used Mazak Integrex For Sale On-Site

  • Inspect for damage and worn components. Carefully look all over the machine. There are enough used Mazak Integrex’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(s) 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. 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.
  • 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 (does one come with the machine?)
  • Review chip & coolant management options.
  • Find out the electrical requirements for install.
  • Discuss payment options, you may get a better deal with a cash down-payment.
  • Buy from someone who has a good reputation.

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