Starrag USA Inc.
Starrag USA Inc.
Skyport Business Park
2379 Progress Dr.
Hebron, KY 41048 US
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Anything is possible with StarragHeckert
StarragHeckert is a pioneer in 4 and 5 axis milling technology for the manufacture of complex components such as cylinder crank housing, gearbox housings, cylinder heads, impellers, blisks, aircraft structures and blades. Through our own research and development efforts we have acquired vast experience in the machining of exotic, i.e. difficult-to-cut materials such as titanium, Inconel, Nimonic, high alloy steels and aluminum, whilst reducing cycle times by applying the latest high speed milling techniques. Our sophisticated machining centers are installed as stand-alone units or can be integrated in Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS). StarragHeckert has become a leading supplier of manufacturing systems to the Automotive, Aerospace and Power generation industries.
Machining Center Features Rapid-Rotation Table for Turning
Available from the Starrag Group, the five-axis Heckert HEC 800 X5 MT machining center features a rapid-rotation table for turning.
Road Report: Wish You Were Here
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 Switzerland.
StarragHeckert Acquires Dörries Scharmann
StarragHeckert Holding AG has finalized its acquisition of the Dörries Scharmann Group, thereby strengthening its position in the aerospace, energy, transportation and engineering markets by practically doubling its business volume.
One Way to Machine Long Titanium Parts
This horizontal machining center design not only addresses the need for larger machining capacity for long aerospace components, but it also offers impressive material removal rates for tough titanium alloys.
Last Glance at IMTS 2010
It would be impossible to cover all of the key exhibitors at IMTS 2010—even if every booth got merely a quick glance. However, the editors of MMS did get glimpses of some interesting technologies exhibited at the show...
Getting A Visual On Machine Maintenance
A software package allows real-time process monitoring of machine tools in operation. Its graphical interface speeds fault identification and machine servicing.
Reducing Production Costs Keeps Processes In-House
When the Fendt Component production department identified the need to reduce the production costs associated with the development of transmission housings by 50 percent, it realized that failure to meet this target would require outsourcing, resulting in the loss of a considerable number of jobs. A team consisting of a tool manufacturer, a machine supplier and component production specialists met this challenge, with tooling playing an instrumental role.
On The Cusp--Faster Machining Or Finer Surfaces?
According to developers, the main feature of this new milling method is the ability to calculate a cutter location that optimizes the orientation of a milling cutter on the surface to be machined.