Since 1933, Kitamura machinery has created innovative machining centers that meet the strictest demands of manufacturers worldwide. By combining the best practices from decades of hands-on experience, extreme personal attention to detail and the latest technology advances, Kitamura Machinery has created a line of horizontal, vertical and 5-axis machining centers that provide customers with improved productivity through easy adaptability, reductions in defects, and accurate, reliable long-term performance.
GROB Systems builds universal (5 axis) machining centers that are like no other. The retractable spindle and swivel-rotary table provide unmatched accessibility to the workpiece. They are easy to install and maintain, and provide outstanding performance in high-precision industries like medical, aerospace, mold & die.
As stand-alone units, they are ergonomically designed for shops with small-to-medium production volumes requiring manual part exchanges. If you need high-volume or lights-out production, GROB provides automatic pallet-changers, automation systems, and expanded tool magazines.
GROB Systems is a family-owned company based in Germany, with North American headquarters and manufacturing in Bluffton, Ohio. Visit www.grobgroup.com to learn more about the unique features and capabilities of GROB universal machining centers.
INDEX is one of the world’s leading providers of CNC turning machines. Via the INDEX and TRAUB brands, the company offers standard-setting Swiss, production, multi-tasking and multi-spindle CNC machines that perform multiple high precision operations in a single setup with rapid changeover and zero handling.
A global leader in the machine tool industry for over 65 years, we fully recognize that our customers’ success is our success. Star CNC machines set the standard for the industry because we are constantly innovating and investing in the latest technology. Our customers know that a Star CNC machine can effortlessly manage the rigors and requirements of today’s manufacturing demands.
Founded in 1951 by former Lockheed engineer Dr. Fred Jenks, SWI was originally located in a facility on the border between the present day cities of Culver City and Inglewood, CA. Established as a job shop, the company's primary focus was the development and manufacture of mechanically actuated electrical pressure switches to control fuel flow for Atlas and Delta missiles as well as actuators for the U-2 and SR-71 spy planes.
RYM has incorporated years of factory experience into FactoryWiz Monitoring, an integrated device that plugs directly into a factory network. The system is configured through an easy-to-use web interface and supports large screen TV displays, PCs or web enabled Smartphones – anything with a web browser. FactoryWiz Monitoring supports report generation, e-mail & cell phone alerts, display of real-time status, an interactive shop-floor map, a preventive maintenance module and file-transfers – all through pre-configured web-based tools.
Markforged is liberating designers and engineers from the long lead times and high costs of traditional manufacturing. Instead of waiting weeks and paying thousands of dollars for a part, with Markforged you can 3D print incredibly high-performance parts on-premise and in under 24 hrs. Print carbon fiber for parts that are as strong as aluminum and dramatically lighter.