Hermle Machine Company LLC

5100 W Franklin Dr.
Franklin, WI 53132 US

As Seen In Modern Machine Shop

Manuel Merkt, Gunther Schnitzer and Eric Olender

Hermle North America Changes Leadership Structure
The new 3EO team of specialists will share duties and responsibilities.

Hermle C 250

Five-Axis VMC Promotes Accessibility for Loading, Tool Setup
Hermle has introduced the C 250 machining center as a means of entry into five-axis machining.

Aztalan Engineering's prototyping cell

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.

Hybrid Machine Combines Metal Powder Technology with 5-Axis Machining
German machine tool maker Hermle has integrated additive manufacturing capability into its C 40 U five-axis machining center.

Hybrid Machine Combines Metal Powder Technology with 5-Axis Machining
Hermle has integrated additive manufacturing capability into its C 40 U five-axis machining center.

Hermle PW3000 pallet-change system

Pallet-Change System Meets Demand for Automation
Hermle’s PW3000 pallet-change system is designed for use with the company’s five-axis C 60 machining center.

Hermle C 400 five-axis machining center

Five-Axis Machining with a Modified Gantry Design
The Hermle C 400 five-axis machining center features a modified gantry design in which all linear-axis drives are above and outside the working area.

Hermle C 400

Machining Center Provides High Precision
The Hermle C 400 offers high-precision, five-axis machining in a compact package.

Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing Welcomes Hermle, AgieCharmilles
Hermle Machine Company (Gosheim, Germany) and GF AgieCharmilles (Lincolnshire, Illinois) have joined the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM), headquartered in Prince George County, Virginia.

Hermle Joins CCAM
The machine tool builder will contribute a five-axis turn-mill and expertise to aid the organization's collaborative research efforts.

Hermle CNC C 22 U dynamic high speed machining center

CNC Machining Center Offers Automation Capability
The CNC C 22 U dynamic high speed machining center from Hermle can be fully automated with the addition of the PW 150 pallet changer.

Lean from the Beginning
How would you design a new plant if you could begin today? Rolls-Royce Crosspointe is a major manufacturing site that was planned from the outset with the expectation that continuous improvement would always be part of its culture.

Fully Committed to Zero Stock Machining
Milling critical mold surfaces to final size (or even a “tenth” undersize) literally leaves no margin for error. This takes absolute confidence in every aspect of the machining process, as well as absolute confidence that the results are worthwhile.

Otherworldly Precision
A contract shop produces critical parts for the Curiosity rover that will soon depart for Mars.

Road Report: Wish You Were Here—Day 2
Our editors travel the world searching out the latest manufacturing technology. Read what Chris Koepfer, editor-in-chief of Production Machining, is learning about in Germany.

Video: 3+2 Mold Machining at Eifel
A maker of injection molds for high-appearance-quality parts describes the machine tool, software and strategy this shop uses to apply 3+2 machining.

Another Angle On HSM
The savings in setup time were welcome enough, but this mold maker found that a 3+2 machining center also accelerated its use of high speed machining.

Seminar Addresses Bladed Component Milling Strategies
Cutting tool manufacturer Emuge, machine tool builder Hermle, CAM software developer Concepts NREC and inspection system supplier M&H Probing Systems will jointly host a complimentary, 1-day machining seminar October 15. The event, located at Emuge’s Technology Center in West Boylston, Massachussetts, is designed to reveal new ways to boost productivity, increase metal removal rates and optimize tooling when machining impellers, blisks, rotors and other complex bladed components.

Free Seminar Explores New Machining Strategies
To help manufacturers succeed in a difficult economy, a complimentary one-day seminar will showcase new ways of integrating the latest machining products and techniques to improve productivity and product quality while reducing costs. Jointly hosted by cutting tool manufacturer Emuge, machine tool builder Hermle Machine, software developer Open Mind and metrology provider M&H Probing Systems, the event is scheduled for June 9 at Emuge’s Technology Center in West Boylston, Massachussetts. Technical representatives from each company will answer questions about products, technology and processes and how they interact to produce predictable and more efficient manufacturing cycles.

Emuge, Hermle Collaborate On Equipment Demos
Emuge (West Boylston, Massachusetts) and Hermle Machine Company (Franklin, Wisconsin) have announced a cooperative effort to streamline customer-specific demonstrations of specialized tooling capabilities. The program includes the placement of a Hermle series C 30 U five-axis machining center at the Emuge technical center in West Boylston, as well as the permanent assignment of a Hermle applications engineer to that facility. Peter Matysiak, president of Emuge, says a generic demonstration would not be sufficient to show off the capabilities of the company’s taps, milling tools and other products because they are often used in challenging applications involving advanced materials and alloys.

Product Categories of Hermle Machine Company LLC

Boring Machines
Drilling & Tapping Machines, CNC
Jig Boring Machines
Machining Cells & FMS
Machining Flex Lines
Milling Machines, Graphite
Milling Machines, Knee & Column, Non-ATC
Milling Machines, Universal
Universal Machining Centers
Vertical Machining Centers, Five-Axis
Vertical Machining Centers, Up to Four-Axis