Heller Machine Tools
Machining Centers for Production
Machining Centers for Production
Heavy-Duty Machining Delivered
Heller’s MCH-C and F Series HMCs are designed for heavy-cutting, high precision, and high performance with five-axis contouring.
Gear-driven spindles with options for high-speed as well as high-torque operation are well-matched to the demands of aerospace machining of a wide range of tough materials and alloys. Heller machines feature high dynamic stiffness, high torque curves, absolute temperature control in all axes, vibration damping bed and column design, powerful controllers with adaptive control and customized options to guarantee finish-machining with speed and precision reliably and cost-effectively.
HELLER machining centers provide power, precision and productivity for demanding applications in aerospace, automotive, off-road and diesel manufacturing with full 5-axis contouring or 5-axis positioning.Designed for heavy-duty cutting, the machines provide high torque and power and handle heavier table loads.
HELLER Machine Tools, based in Troy, Michigan, maintains a large state-of-the-art assembly facility and full sales, service and engineering staff to help you develop solutions to your powertrain manufacturing challenges.
We are part of the global Heller Group, Nurtingen, Germany, an independent privately owned company founded in 1894. We serve manufacturers worldwide with manufacturing in Germany, United Kingdom, Troy, Michigan, and Brazil and additional service and sales offices in China, India, France, and Italy. HELLER US services customers in North America, including Mexico, with a network of experienced service personnel and representatives.
Heller US Appoints President and CEO
The company has a new president and CEO as of January 1.
HMC Mills, Turns Large Workpieces
Heller’s CP 8000 horizontal machining center conducts milling and turning operations for complete five-axis machining in a single setup.
Four-Axis Machining Center Provides Flexibility
Heller’s H 4500 four-axis machining center is designed as an entry-level HSK-A 100 device for limited spaces.
Heller Marks 30-Year Milestone
The company expects record sales in 2012, its 30th year in the United States.
Heller Is on the Move
A recent open house—which coincided with the machine tool builder’s 30th anniversary in the United States—shed light on Heller Machine Tools’ recent success and plans for continued growth.
On Display at “Technology Days”
The Nanoslide cylinder bore coating process and the MC20 horizontal machining module received a lot of attention at Heller Machine Tools' "Technology Days" open house event.
Pavilion Highlights Partnerships in Multifunctional Gear Machining
In a niche market like gear manufacturing, the advantage goes to the company that seizes each opportunity when it comes to new technology.
Heller to Host Open House
The biennial event will showcase Heller's own technology as well as complementary offerings from other suppliers.
Heller's F-Series HMC Machines Aerospace Alloys
Capable of simultaneous, five-axis machining, Heller’s F series HMCs offer three spindle options for a variety of cutting conditions and part configurations.
Gleason, Heller Form Alliance
Gleason Corporation (Rochester, New York) and Gebr.
Five-Axis Machining Centers
Heller Machine Tools’ F series five-axis HMCs feature HSK 63 and #40 spindle tapers and three different workhead configurations.
Flexible Production System
A manufacturing concept for flexible production of prismatic powertrain components—from engine blocks to transmission housings—is offered by Heller Machine Tools. The company’s ModuleLine System (MLS) allows manufacturers to respond to changes in part designs or volumes.
HMCs Designed For Flexibility
Heller’s full-color brochure features the MCH line of HMCs. a one-piece, cast iron construction and include Siemens 840D CNCs, swiveling pallet changers, rotary indexing tables and more.
High Speed, Flexible Performance
Heller's five-axis MCH-C machining center is equipped with a universal swivel head and a two-speed gearbox, making the machines suited for low- to medium-volume, flexible machining of tough materials common to medical, power transmission and aerospace parts. The machine can accommodate from prototype, batch, and he
Efficient CNC Flexible System Transfer Saves Time And Money
Rather than use several horizontal machining centers to produce housings, AAM invested in a single FST that has proven to be more cost-effective.