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Since the demand on processing ever smaller batch sizes also increased in industry in the late 1990s, HOMAG reacted by introducing a new series of machining centers. These were no longer designed as cantilever machines like the former machines of the BAZ series, but were standing portals with two movable tables each.
The BAZ 120 could be equipped with up to 2 independent aggregates supports (the BAZ 220 with up to 4). Since the aggregates supports each had their own drive in X, it was possible to use them in different modes:
The BAZ 120 was available in two basic configurations: Power line and Genius, whereas the Powerline, with a maximum axis speed of 160 m/min and an acceleration of 10 m/s², had the double moving speed and even the triple axis acceleration in X. Instead of using the then common classifications
here, the term Genius for a CNC machining center was used, which had been used before in the 1990s.
2 machine table sizes were available:
HOMAG offered the machine with 3 different tables:
Furthermore, HOMAG offered customized production.