PO Box 7006
1200 West Linden Avenue
Logansport , IN 46947 US
LMC Workholding celebrates 100 years of engineering and manufacturing in Logansport, Indiana in 2016, having provided quality products, services and solutions to the workholding industry for a century. LMC Workholding is the present entity of the Logansport Machine Company which from 1916 to the present has built a reputation for engineering and manufacturing of power chucks, cylinders and special workholding products .
Though its headquarters and manufacturing facility are located in the Midwest, LMC offers international workholding and machine tool accessory solutions with global partnerships with Chandox in Taiwan, Richter in Germany, Tecnologie FRB in Italy, Atling in Sweden, NUMTEC and MAKRA, two divisions of Alpine Metal Tech GmbH, as well as offices and service centers in China. The company’s latest partnership was in 2016 with Rotomors of Torino, Italy.
LMC makes all types of workholding with a heavy emphasis currently on Rotational Workholding and Aluminum Wheel Manufacturing Systems. LMC’s products include standard and special chucks and cylinders up to 7 meters in diameter, manual and hydraulic steady rest systems and integration, face drivers, centers and many other types of standard and super precision chucks, cylinders and fixtures.
A Message from LMC Workholding
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Face Drivers, Live Centers Now Offered
LMC Workholding now offers face drivers and live centers from Tecnologie FRB, a company which designs and manufactures products incorporating advanced technology in turning, gear cutting and grinding.
Hydraulic Steady Rests Reduce Chatter, Vibration
LMC Workholding offers the AX series of Atling self-centering hydraulic steady rests for a variety of turning applications.
Chucks Hold Workpieces for Gaging, Metrology
Chandox SE series chucks from LMC Workholding are suited for holding workpieces in gaging and metrology applications.
Steady Rests Designed for Longer Life
New features of the Atling AX series from LMC Workholding are designed to extend the life of the self-centering steady rests and their parts.
Face Drivers Cut Change-Over Time
In various applications, mechanical face drivers provide the flexibility to lower cycle times. Capable of being used to turn both small and large parts, they permit heavy and interrupted cuts.
A New Face To Parts Chucking
Mechanical face drivers offer an alternative to other types of traditional chucking methods. Using mechanical face drivers for turning applications often provides increased flexibility and lower cycle times. Face drivers turn both very small and very large workpieces, and they also allow interrupted and heavy cuts. The major benefit of a face driver is that it allows the workpiece to be completely turned from one end to the other in one operation.
Face Driver Improves Manufacturing Process Without Raising Price
Logansport Matsumoto Co., (LMC) in Logansport, Indiana, manufactures and repairs hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, international-style high speed chucks, Neidlein face drivers and rotary tables for the machine tool industry.