Vertical Machining Centers
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The compact Vertex 100 5-axis vertical machining center from Mitsui Seiki fulfills the need for precision milling of complex parts up to 49.25 in diameter for aircraft and other demanding operations.
DVF 5000, DVF 6500 and DVF 8000 VMCs from Doosan eliminate multiple setups and reduce downtime with cutting-edge technology and an automation-ready framework.
The Bridgeport V-1320 vertical machining center from Hardinge delivers highly accurate, high precision detailed parts for aerospace, medical and automotive applications.
The G-Series 20-06 SE VMC from FlexCNC does face milling, helical milling, rough milling, drilling, cutting keyways and more on large tube, pipe or other parts up to 20 ft long.
Integrating different automation systems with vertical machining centers from Chiron enables small lot, high-mix production of parts with consistently high quality, low unit costs and short lead times.
Mr. Kinichi Kato now leads the company.
Their smart factory expands their capabilities and production efficiencies for machining centers and double-column machines.
Rossi Machinery Services is now their exclusive full-service distributor for North Central and Northeast Ohio.
Construction of this state-of-the-art facility starts at the end of June 2019.
Steve Morris is their new president and chief executive officer.
Shops are meeting the rising demand for high-mix/low-volume strategies by using innovative multi-tasking machines to fully optimize processes that encompass everything from the moment raw material enters into a shop up to the date the final part gets shipped.
This deal bundles VisualCAD/CAM software with FlexCNC milling machines.
GWS Tool Group Announces Acquisition of STF Precision (STF)
The acquisition of STF Precision enhances the GWS product portfolio and capabilities in the area of PCD and CBN solutions and further expands the GWS manufacturing presence into the Carolinas.
Amid Challenges, Majority of Metalformers Predict Little Change in Economic Activity
U.S and Canadian incoming orders expected to remain steady, according to the latest barometer reading from the Precision Metalforming Association.