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Emco Maier Corp.



Phone: 248-313-2700
Fax: 248-313-2701

Please visit: Emco Maier Corp.

Mailing Address:
46850 Magellan Dr.
Unit 160
Novi, MI 48377-2448 US



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EMCO Maier Milling/Machining Centers
EMCO Maier Turning Machines/Centers

Product Categories of Emco Maier Corp.

  • Chucks, Jaw Type
  • CNC Single-Spindle Screw Machines - New Equipment
  • Drilling & Tapping Machines, CNC
  • Horizontal Machining Centers, Five-Axis
  • Lathes, Manual
  • Milling Machines, Knee & Column, Non-ATC
  • Training of All Types, Including Audiovisual/Internet
  • Turn/Mill Machines, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Horizontal, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Twin-Spindle/Multi-Turret
  • Vertical Machining Centers, Five-Axis
  • Vertical Machining Centers, Up to Four-Axis

Trade Names

  • CONCEPT MILL
  • CONCEPT TURN
  • EMCO
  • EMCO VERTICAL TURN
  • EMCOMAT
  • EMCOTURN
  • E-SERIES
  • FB
  • HYPERTURN
  • MAXXTURN

As seen in MMS

Modular Robotic Package Integrates with Turning Centers
In partnership with UltraTech Machinery, Emco Maier is offering its Factory Automation Solution, a modular, robot-based loading and unloading package designed for use with the company’s turning machines.

April 2014 Product Spotlight: Turning
Click through this month’s product slideshow featuring lathes and turning centers.

Vertical Turning Centers Form Modular System
Emco Maier offers right- and left-hand versions of its VT 160 and VT 250 Duo vertical pick-up machines to enable complete machining solutions when they are paired with oval, meander or crossover-meander conveyor options.

Multitasking Machine Enables Five-Axis Simultaneous Milling
EMCO Maier’s Hyperturn 65 Powermill multitasking machine features a counter spindle for four-axis machining and a B axis with a direct drive for five-axis simultaneous milling operations.

Space-Efficient Automation for CNC Lathes
Loader moves entirely within the footprint of the machine.

New President at EMCO Maier
Phillip Hauser takes the reins at the U.S. arm of the Austrian machine tool builder.

EMCO Changes Hands, Relocates U.S. Office
The EMCO Maier Group is under new ownership, and the turning and milling machine supplier’s U.S. arm, EMCO Maier USA, has relocated from Columbus, Ohio to Novi, Michigan.   The Kuhn Group (Salzburg, Austria), a distributor of heavy equipment,  purchased the EMCO Maier Group (Hallein, Austria) from A-Tec (Vienna, Austria) in a bidding process that involved five other groups.   EMCO says the takeover news was well-received by its 630 employees, and the anticipation is that the new owner will strengthen and support the expansion of its headquarters and help it grow globally in markets including Brazil, Russian and China.   Guenther Kuhn, Kuhn Group CEO, says EMCO will help his company diversify into a promising market.

Turn-Mill Builder Takes a New Turn
EMCO Maier is asserting its position as a producer of advanced turn-mill machines and CNC precision lathes for both production houses and job shops.

The Other Face of EMCO Maier
Just classroom training machines? No way! Visiting machine tool builder EMCO Maier in Austria, its home country, showed MMS Editor Mark Albert that the company is an important producer of advanced turn-mill machines and CNC precision lathes for both production houses and job shops.

Multitasking Turn-Mill Center for Many Applications
The Hyperturn 45 high-production turn-mill is designed to accommodate barstock ranging to 45 mm in diameter for a range of applications.

Production Turning Center
The Hyperturn 45 turning center is designed for applications on barstock ranging to 45-mm in diameter.

Universal Turning Center for Complete Machining
Emco’s Hyperturn 45 universal turning center features two high-performance spindles, two tool turrets and a Y axis.

Lathe Features Y-Axis, Subspindle Options

CNC Maximizes Machining Efficiency
Siemens' Sinumerik 840D control allows this shop to run its machines virtually glitch-free. 

Turning Centers Yield Solutions With Support
When this process engineer went searching for new turning centers for the Black&Decker plant in Fayetteville, North Carolina, he knew that he needed reliable machines, but he did not have a specific vendor in mind.

Teaming Up For Turning Efficiency
When a Federal-Mogul Corporation's work volume increased five years ago with Ford Motor Company to manufacture polytetraflouroethylene (Teflon) PTFE piston rings, they turned to automated CNC turning centers to turn out millions of rings per year.