Methods Machine Tools Inc. line of Methods branded three-axis vertical and five-axis bridge-type machining centers are all engineered and built to Methods' highest specifications and quality standards.
Westec 2019: Mazak’s VTC-300 FSW Hybrid multitasking vertical machining center features friction stir welding (FSW) capabilities.
Lambda Technologies’ low-plasticity burnishing process strengthens machined metal parts to extend product lifespans without compromising part geometry.
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.
FANUC RoboDrill EcoPlus offers a 21-tool capacity and increased speed through an optional 24,000 rpm spindle.
The Chiron Group’s FZ 16 S five-axis machining center with tilting rotary table is specialized for aviation sector requirements.
FlexCNC’s Beam Line is a machining center for large or long parts, such as structural steel beams or cutting keyways, in a single set-up.
As part of the year-long celebration of events in 2019, Fives Giddings & Lewis is searching for the oldest Giddings & Lewis machine still in production, as well as the machine that is located the furthest away from Fond du Lac.
Fabrisonic’s SonicLayer 1200 features Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing (UAM) technology and a build envelop of 10" × 10" × 10" (X, Y, Z).
Metalcraft of Mayville’s old milling machine for large parts failed just when the company began seeing increased pressure to take on projects requiring more flexibility and capabilities. Two five-axis HMCs from Toyoda helped the company stay in step with the trend.