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I am m pretty much sure they are the same just the model numbers are different for the two continents
G'day Zoly, they are entirely different models, I had the MF70 before and it is a smaller less powerful mill plus you cannot use it as a drill press as you can with the one I have now,
Best regards John,
 

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G'day Zoly, they are entirely different models, I had the MF70 before and it is a smaller less powerful mill plus you cannot use it as a drill press as you can with the one I have now,
Best regards John,
Yes - you are correct - here are the actual available machines shown

MICRO miller MF 70
Technical data:
230V, 100W, 50/60Hz. Spindle speeds 5,000 - 20,000rpm. Table 200 x 70mm with X-Y travel of 134 and 46mm respectively, with vertical travel 80mm. Footprint size 130 x 225mm and overall height 370mm. Weight approx. 7kg.

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https://www.proxxon.com/en/micromot/27110.php

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Mill/drill system BFW 40/E, with controller for speeds of 900 - 6,000rpm.
Control unit with full wave electronics for 230V, 40VDC secondary voltage. Power consumption up to max. 250W. Spindle speed infinitely variable between 900 and 6,000rpm. Complete with triple slit, hardened collets covering 2.35 - 3 - 3.2 - 4 - 5 and 6mm as well as one locking pin and one spanner.

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https://www.proxxon.com/en/micromot/20165.php

https://www.proxxon.com/en/micromot/the-proxxon-micromot-system.php
 
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