The MILLTAP 700 milling and boring machine, known for its robust construction and spindle capability for outstanding milling, is a highly productive, rigid milling and boring machine with up to 30% less energy consumption compared to similar machines.
In 2003, Machine Specialties Inc. (MSI), a precision parts maker in Whitsett, North Carolina, just east of Greensboro, got its first order to produce landing gear. The process required 22 separate complex operations on 22 machines. It also took 18 months, start to finish. Read more»
Heat-treating is a necessary step in many metalworking applications. Its disadvantages, however, can be detrimental to productivity. DMG MORI engineers developed a process to address these issues: grind hardening. Read more»
Gear-milling operations have remained virtually unchanged for decades, often requiring slow, tedious processes, expensive equipment and time-consuming setups. DMG MORI is revolutionizing the process. Read more»
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