Competition can be brutal in the aerospace supply chain. To help your shop stay competitive on job bidding, these new machines can hit your bottom line by saving more time and labor, processing ever more complex parts quicker and more accurately – and doing it all with less of that extremely expensive material.
Machine builder Fives Cincinnati discovers how an innovative spindle connection key can achieve new levels of metal removal on industry-leading “super-profiler” operations.
Milwaukee Machine Works expands its energy sector business into wind turbine gearbox housings, fluid end manifolds for the oil/gas industry, and other oversized components up to 10 ft long and weighing up to 7,000 lb with a new large capacity dual-pallet Giddings & Lewis MC 1600 from Fives.
Haewa's use of the Steinhauer eCAB WorkCenter has resulted in more than a 50 percent savings in that critical “time to first hole in the workpiece” scenario, allowing a substantial increase in the production at the company.
The insatiable global demand for infrastructure is driving the increased size of mining, mineral and aggregates processing equipment.
This enlarges their technology portfolio to meet the needs of aerospace, medical, and other targeted industry segments.
Their FXR milling boring machine wins the Red Dot Product Design 2016 Award for innovation.
The new 14,000 sq ft operation in Rochester Hills, MI, will expand their sales, engineering and service support.
MAG offers the Boehringer 221/226 Cx that is ideal for milling, turn broaching and turning new generation crankshafts, and SPECHT horizontal machining centers with integrated honing technology for boring cyllinder blocks.
These high-speed, lean-style machining centers from Haas provide high acceleration rates, fast axis speeds, and short tool change times inside compact footprints that can be placed side-by-side for efficient use of floor space.
The Dual P5 Mill from Bertsche links two independent machines with CNCs and two 5-axis machining modules with separate machining chambers to process two different parts at the same time in a single footprint.