In-line CNC CMM

Mach V9106

Available on backorder


High-speed drive up to a maximum of 866mm/s

The world’s fastest CNC vertical axis, in-line coordinate measuring machine with world-beating acceleration (8,660mm/s2 ), measuring speed (at the moment of contact: 20mm/s) as well as drive speed. This system contributes to the reduction in total cost as an auto- measurement system, either in a line or at line side where a reduction in measurement time is required, and can also serve as a dedicated machine or a substitute system for gauges.

Space-saving design helps installation in a production line

In consideration of installation between processing machines, the width of this machine has been reduced by 15% compared with its predecessor, thus contributing to a reduction in line length. Open access to the measuring area from the front/back and left/right has increased flexibility in the routing arrangements for a workpiece.

Accuracy assurance throughout a wide temperature range (5 to 35°C)

Real-time thermal compensation applied to measurements and origin- setting assure excellent accuracy (referred to 20°C) over a much wider range of ambient temperature than conventional CMMs. The graph below shows the effectiveness of the scheme in maintaining accuracy over a range of more than 30°C.

Highly effective thermal compensation of the MACH-V9106

Improved dust resistance

This series has improved dust resistance relative to its predecessor by installing all drive system and scale units in the dust-tight enclosure on the machine top. The control unit and PC are installed in the dust-tight rack.

Improved ease of maintenance

The ease-of-maintenance construction and air-free operation means less chance of maintenance problems occurring.

Workpiece thermal compensation – essential for in-line measurement

Generally, during production, the temperature of a workpiece differs from that of the measuring machine due to processing and washing and is always changing. To support in-line operations, the machine must continue accurate measurement (referred to 20°C) even while the size of a workpiece is changing due to this temperature difference. The following graph shows the high degree of compensation resulting when a MACH-V series machine (at 20°C) measured a certain workpiece while it cooled from 40°C towards 20°C.



Model MACH V9106
Order No. 360-226A
Type Horizontal Arm
High Speed, In-line
Range X-35.43″ (900mm)

Y-39.36″ (1000mm)

Z-23.62″ (600mm)

Resolution 0.0000039″ (0.0001mm)
Guide Method Mechanical bearing on each axis
Maximum Drive Speed 3D
Maximum Acceleration 3D
34.09”/s (866mm/s)
0.88g (8660mm/s2)
Work Table Material-Steel

35.63″ x 41.54″
(905mm x 1055mm)

Tappered Insert-M8x1.25mm

Workpiece Height-31.49″(800mm)


Mass (including stand and controller) 9,105lbs4130kg
Dimension 58.14×115.85×114.17in 1447x2942x2900mm
ISO ISO-10360-2:2009 E0,MPE

19-21°C (66.2-69.8°F) (2.5+3.5L/1000)μm
18-22°C (64.4-71.6°F) (2.7+3.8L/1000)μm

TP7/SP25: 15-25°C (59.0-77.0°F) (2.9+4.3L/1000)μm
5-35°C (41.0-95.0°F) (3.6+5.8L/1000)μm

SP25: 4.0μm/40sec

ISO-10360-5: 2010 PFTU,MPE
TP7: 2.2μm
SP25: 2.2μm