Ganesh Revamps Website for Its VMC Series

The website takes “Endless Possibilities” as its theme, and is designed to make information more easily accessible to users. 

Ganesh has launched a revamped and upgraded website for its Gen Mill and Gen Turn series of VMCs at ganeshmachinery.com. The site focuses on an “Endless Possibilities” theme that features the company’s commitment to precision and productivity in CNC machine tools. The site’s design is intended to make information more accessible and easier to navigate.

The site provides updated information on company shows, client testimonials, applications, training, service and parts. It also features machining calculators for machinists. Contact information for local dealers is provided under the heading “Dealer Locator”.

The site shows each machine in the Gen Mill series with applicable specifications, including the mill-tap, five-axis and C-frame vertical machining centers with travels ranging to 100" × 39". The site also shows machines in the Gen Turn series, including the 20-, 32- and 42-mm Swiss-type machines. These machines have as many as eight axes. Multi-axis mill-turn centers with subspindles and bar capacities ranging to 3" are also shown along with machine specifications and manual and CNC lathes and mills.   

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