Machining centers are usually classified according to the relative positions of the spindle and the table, and are divided into horizontal, vertical and universal machining centers.
Horizontal machining center: refers to a machining center with the spindle axis parallel to the worktable, and is mainly suitable for machining box parts.
Vertical machining center: refers to a machining center where the axis of the spindle is perpendicular to the worktable, and is mainly suitable for processing complex parts such as plates, discs, molds and small shells.
Universal machining center (also known as multi-axis linkage machining center): refers to a machining center that can control the linkage change through the angle between the machining spindle axis and the rotary axis of the table to complete the machining of complex space curved surfaces. It is suitable for the processing of impeller rotors, molds, cutting tools and other workpieces with complex spatial curved surfaces.