Mausa machines are designed to meet a wide range of requirements for medium and large parts. Mausa boring machines are equipped with a high-tech cartridge spindle, positioned in the center of the double-walled columns. According to United Precision, high productivity is obtained through oversized projects, linear axes with high feeds, excellent power, torque ratio in continuous regime and configurable with hydrostatic rotary tables, milling heads pick-up, tool changers, and additional accessories.
“Today’s metal industry OEMs and suppliers are challenged by tightened delivery schedules and rigid quality specifications,” said Danie Jacobs, president of United Precision. “And North American manufacturers look to us for answers. As a result, we are extremely selective about those we represent; and Mausa has long demonstrated its leadership in terms of quality, durability, and innovation. Mausa offers some of the world’s most advanced CNC boring and milling machine concepts and technologies, and we are excited to put Mausa’s leading machines and technology into the hands of North American manufacturers.”
For the Brazilian machine tool manufacturer, the partnership opens the door to a significant and largely untapped opportunity to grow the Mausa brand throughout the United States and Canada.
“We are excited to partner with United Precision Services,” said Mauricio Bacellar, CEO of Mausa SA Equipamentos Industriais. “The company’s reputation as North America’s premier machine tool provider is well known and certainly well-deserved. As we seek to expand our presence into new geographic markets, it is important that we align ourselves with companies that share our corporate values and passion for quality and dependability. United Precision Services is the natural choice.”
United Precision offers CNC machine tool solutions.
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