Take a closer look at how these two British suppliers to the oil and gas industry are investing in advanced machining technologies to speed up production, reduce operating costs, ensure higher part quality, and future-proof their manufacturing capabilities to further increase the confidence of their customers.
This heavy duty lathe removes an amazing 600 kg of material from a 1,400 kg solid steel billet in less than 4.5 hours, leaving a finished and fully machined cylinder body weighing only 800 kg.
High precision hard turning techniques are enjoying ever greater popularity in the metal processing industry. By shortening cycle times and increasing flexibility, high precision hard turning has advantages over grinding in particular when it comes to processing complicated parts such as spindle nuts or threaded spindles in the hard state.
BEL Valves uses a variety of DMG MORI SEIKI machine tools to meet its paramount need for reliability during production.
They are the first CNC machine tool builder to be ISO 9001:2015 certified.
They add tool and die, engineering and machine tool capabilities to meet unique specifications in new products offered to their clients.
The five-year agreement enhances the development and production capabilities of JFR and their Force American Made machine shop with Hurco equipment.
The Giddings & Lewis V 1000 vertical turning center and Hyundai WIA KF5600 vertical machining center from Hillary Machinery are ideal for job shops requiring high metal removal rates and high precision.
P.D. Browne provides advanced machine tools from Murata Machinery, You Ji, Johnford and Sodick, and innovative CMMs from Aberlink.
VL series vertical pick-up turning centers from EMAG are ideal for producing high precision chucked parts that require turning, gear hobbing, chamfering, induction hardening and other special capabilities.