One Hardinge Dr.
Elmira, NY 14902-1507 US
A Message from Hardinge Inc.
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Compact VMCs Benefit Job Shops, OEMs
The Bridgeport V480 and V710 vertical machining centers from Hardinge are suitable for applications ranging from job shop work to high-production manufacturing with fast rapid traverse rates, high axis and spindle acceleration/deceleration, and a powerful control.
Hydraulic Actuating Cylinder Features Built-In Trapping
Forkardt Inc., part of the Hardinge Group, has released its HWC hydraulic actuating cylinder offering higher rpm and operating pressures.
Steady Rest Supports Long Workpieces without Deflection
Hardinge’s hydraulically-operated Forkardt SRFN1 compact steady rest is a new attachment designed for the company’s Conquest H51 CNC turning center.
Line of Accessories Expands Collet System
Hardinge will display a new line of accessories for the quick-change FlexC collet systems, which provide fast changeover, high accuracy and a wide gripping range for stock variation.
Fully Digital Five-Axis VMC
Hardinge will display the new Bridgeport XT 630 VMC, a five-axis machining center that is fully-digital and is designed for use in the aerospace, die/mold, medical and automotive industries.
CNC Turning Center Features Quick-Change Spindle
The Hardinge Talent 51 MSY CNC turning center features the company’s quick-change collet-ready spindle designed for improved part accuracy and surface finish capabilities compared to conventional spindles.
Cylindrical Grinder Improves Part Surface Quality
Hardinge’s Kellenberger Varia universal cylindrical grinding machine is designed for improved part surface quality and functional design with high-precision technology.
AMT Elects Officers, Board of Directors for 2016-2017
Among the new leaders of the board are executives from Hardinge, Mazak and AME.
VMC’s Improved Automatic Pallet Changer Handles Heavier Loads
Hardinge offers Bridgeport’s fully digital Conquest V480 APC E series vertical machining center with Mitsubishi M70 CNC.
Hardinge Hires West Coast Regional Sales Manager, Turning and Milling
Meghan Tranchina’s territory will include a number of western U.S. states as well as part of Canada.
Aztalan Aims for Rapid Adjustment
Aztalan Engineering shortened its lead times by switching to a short-run cell model for its prototype jobs and implementing a company-wide QRM strategy.
Hardinge Hires Southeast Sales Manager
Kennedy Pope will represent the Turning and Milling Group.
Bar and Chucking Machine Offers High Accuracy, Part Finish
Hardinge Inc. offers its Conquest H51 bar and chucking machine featuring the company’s quick-change Collet-Ready spindle.
Hardinge Hires Turning/Milling Machine Group Director
A new sales and service director will focus on the North American turning and milling market.
Collets and Guide Bushings for Swiss Workholding
Hardinge Workholding has expanded its range of products for workholding in Swiss-type machining with additional collets and guide bushings.
Hardinge to Acquire Voumard
The ID grinding business will complement Hardinge’s grinding portfolio.
Emergency Collets Provide Specialized Workholding
Hardinge's three 16C emergency collets fill the need for stepped, oddly sized or specially shaped collets.
Range of Swiss Collets Available
Hardinge, in conjunction with Tsugami, offers a range of collets for Swiss-style CNC and cam-operated lathes.
April 2014 Product Spotlight: Turning
Click through this month’s product slideshow featuring lathes and turning centers.
Hardinge Opens Technical Center, Appoints Executive
Changes have been made to the company’s grinding and turning/milling groups.
Hardinge is a global designer, manufacturer and distributor of machine tools, specializing in SUPER PRECISION™ and precision CNC Lathes, Milling Machines, high-end cylindrical and jig Grinding Machines, and technologically advanced Workholding & Rotary Products. The Company's products are distributed to most of the industrialized markets around the world with approximately two thirds of sales outside of North America. Hardinge has a very diverse international customer base and serves a wide variety of end-user markets. This customer base includes metalworking manufacturers which make parts for a variety of industries, as well as a wide range of end users in the aerospace, agricultural, transportation, basic consumer goods, communications and electronics, construction, defense, energy, pharmaceutical and medical equipment, and recreation industries, among others. The Company has manufacturing operations in Switzerland, Taiwan, the United States, China, and the United Kingdom. Hardinge's common stock trades on NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol, "HDNG." For more information, please visit http://www.hardinge.com