Mighty USA, Inc. - Viper
19706 S Normandie Ave.
Torrance, CA 90502 US
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Five-Axis VMC for Large-Size Machining
Mighty USA introduces its Viper PG5 five-axis Gantry machine, which is a high-wall, gantry-style, simultaneous five-axis double-column VMC designed for large-size and heavy workpieces.
Gantry-Type Machining Center Handles Large Parts Efficiently
Mighty USA’s gantry-type PG5 five-axis VMC for large, heavy workpiecesuses a compact, rigid Kessler swiveling spindle head and offers a variety of control options for high-efficiency applications.
The Unexpected Advantages of Robotic Automation
This shop justified the robot solely through improved use of labor. Other benefits came to light after the automation arrived.
Complete Range of Machining Centers for Precision Applications
Mighty USA’s Viper machining centers are designed to meet demanding standards in precision metalcutting applications.
Horizontal Boring and Milling Machine
Mighty Viper offers the PBM-135 precision CNC horizontal boring and milling machine with a rotary table.
Three Spindle VMC
Developed for the aerospace industry, the Pro-4210TS is a bridge-type VMC with a full cutting range. The machine features three spindles capable of cutting three identical aerospace structural parts simultaneously to save cycle time, operation overhead and increase productivity at the same time. The machine is said
Five-Axis Machining With A Contouring Head
This accessory brought low-cost five-axis machining to two shops. One had never used five-axis machining before. The other was an experienced five-axis contractor.
Aerospace Machining: It's About Accuracy And Time
This aerospace machining company found CNCs that make it possible to meet their customers' tight delivery requirements while maintaining high-quality finished parts.
Aerospace Contractor Makes Chips Really Fly
With the recent surge in commercial aircraft orders and the continuation of major defense programs, the demand on aerospace suppliers has never been greater. In some cases, lot sizes have become smaller, requiring suppliers to be more flexible. Here's how one manufacturer has thrived.