GROB Systems, Inc.
1070 Navajo Drive
Bluffton , OH 45817 US
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Grob Hosts Five-Axis Machining Technology Event
The 5-Axis Live! event drew some 150 customers to visit exhibits from partnering suppliers taken in machine demonstrations.
September 2019 Product Spotlight: EMO Hannover
Catch a preview of some of the metalworking technologies to be on display at EMO Hannover next week in this special product spotlight.
Grob’s G350a and G550a Include Features for Stable Machining
EMO 2019: Grob’s new Access series includes two flexible all-rounder universal machining centers, the G350a and G550a, which are designed for reliability and high productivity.
Open Mind, Grob Systems to Host Joint Seminar on Five-Axis Machining
The free seminar will take place June 4, 2019 in Auburn, Washington, at Machine Tools Northwest.
Grob Offers CAMplete TruePath Postprocessing and Simulation Software on Its Machines
“Working with CAMplete allows Grob to provide its customers with a universal postprocessing solution, regardless of their preferred CAM software,” says William Vejnovic, vice president of sales with Grob.
Grob Adds New Distributors for Five-Axis Machines
Grob Systems has added a regional manager based in Detroit, Michigan, as well as three five-axis CNC machine distribution partners in Arizona, Texas and Florida.
Grob Systems, CNC Pros Partner on Sales, Service
Grob Systems has partnered with CNC Pros on sales and service of Grob’s line of five-axis machining centers and automation systems in Arizona.
AMB 2018 Highlights E-Mobility and Lightweight Construction
More than 91,000 attendees gathered at the AMB trade show in Germany to visit 1,553 exhibitors and talk about the impact of e-mobility, Industry 4.0 and other relevant topics.
CAMplete Solutions Partners with Grob Systems
CAMplete Solutions Inc. has partnered with Grob Systems Inc. to offer CAMplete TruePath to new and existing customers.
Developing Shopfloor Talent: Why "Vocational" Is Not a Dirty Word in Europe
Employing apprentices is a smart move because they can be trained to develop exactly the skills and knowledge your company wants them to have. But how do you find these apprentices and why does this concept work better in some countries than in others? A closer look at the German system and the Grob Group’s approach to training, which has replicated its Germany apprenticeship approach in the United States, reveals some insights.
Grob Goes Big on Universal Machining Centers
At an open house in Germany, Grob described its focus on the aerospace market for its line of universal machining centers.
What We Learned at Westec 2017
Westec offered a useful mix of emerging technology and practical applications. This slide show reflects this mix in its eclectic coverage of what exhibitors had to offer.
Grob, Open Mind to Offer Free, Two-Day Technology Seminar
The event is scheduled for August 1-2, 2017, at Grob’s headquarters in Ohio.
Hot Temperatures (and Technologies) at Eastec 2017
Eastec’s peculiar Massachusetts venue offered the chance to sample a broad variety of advanced manufacturing technologies. Here is a slideshow and some impressions from the trade show.
The Key to Success with Flexible Machining Cells Is People
This aerospace component manufacturer is committed to flexible machining cells for producing complex parts for the latest commercial airliner programs. Its newest cell adds both capacity and capability—and takes the company to a new level of commitment.
Five-Axis Machine Features Inverting Mill-Turn Table
Eastec 2017: Based on a horizontal machining center platform popular with automotive OEMs, Grob Systems’ G-series universal machining is designed for manufacturers in medical, aerospace, tool and mold, and other industries.
Grob Partners with New Distributor for Wisconsin, Michigan
Premier Machine Tool Midwest will sell and service Grob’s five-axis machining centers and automation systems.
Mold Manufacturing Automation Leaves No Part Behind
The right mindset, the right five-axis technology and an intuitive approach to palletization help this mold shop extend automated control to the majority of its high-mix work.
Video: Rotating Table Swivels 180 Degrees on this Mill-Turn
For an unusual bell-shaped workpiece, Stein Seal turned to Grob Systems for a mill-turn machine with a horizontal spindle. A rotating, swiveling worktable on the vertical Y axis of this G550T machine enables it to do heavy-duty turning in a horizontal orientation. It can even take a workpiece from an upright position to one facing completely upside down. To see this table in action on another application, watch this video.
The Benefits of Horizontal Turning on a Mill-Turn Machine
A mill-turn machine that can rotate a large, bell-shaped workpiece in a horizontal orientation enabled this manufacturer to hit tight tolerance and cost targets. Minimizing non-value-added time and running lights out were also essential for success.
Industry 4.0 Was Big at EMO 2015
At Europe’s largest machine tool show, many exhibitors were eager to show how their products will help customers join the fourth Industrial Revolution.