Mikron machining systems: More leads than ever before
Agno, October 2014 – This autumn, Mikron Machining aroused record interest among visitors to metalworking industry trade fairs with its machining systems. At the International Exhibition for Metal Working (AMB) in Stuttgart, Mikron Machining presented a brand-new stand concept. At all fairs, Mikron Machining received numerous requests for quotations from both existing and potential new customers.
This autumn, Mikron Machining was present at three international metalworking trade fairs, attending the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago, the International Exhibition for Metal Working (AMB) in Stuttgart and the BI-MU in Milan.
IMTS in Chicago: Mikron Multistep XT-200
The Mikron Multistep XT-200 attracted a great deal of interest at the IMTS in Chicago. This production center combines the productivity of a transfer machine with the retooling flexibility of a machining center. Its modular structure allows the Multistep XT-200 to adapt to the current production volume at any time.
AMB in Stuttgart: Mikron Multistep XT-200 and Mikron Multistar LX-24
Mikron Machining attended the International Exhibition for Metal Working (AMB) in Stuttgart with a brand-new stand concept. The number of visitors reached a record level. Along with the Mikron Multistep XT-200, Mikron Machining presented the Mikron Multistar LX-24. This system has 24 workstations and up to 44 working spindles to enable smooth mass production. The Multistar LX-24 carries out processes simultaneously from above and below or from the side. It is the fastest and most productive rotary indexing transfer machine in the world, capable of processing up to 600 parts a minute.
BI-MU in Milan: Mikron NAM-10
At BI-MU in Milan, Mikron Machining held a live presentation of the Mikron NAM-10. This machining system enables complete processing of complex parts on six sides – from wires, rods or individual blanks. With eight or ten workstations, this fully CNC-controlled, high-precision rotary indexing transfer machine is ideal for cost-effective series production in variable batch sizes.
Profile of Mikron Machining
Mikron Machining, a division of the Mikron Group, is the leading supplier of customized, highly productive machining solutions for the manufacturing of complex high-precision components made of metal. The high-performance cutting tools used on the systems are developed and produced in house at Mikron Machining. They are regarded as some of the best in the world. The division guarantees customers fast, professional service and support.
Mikron SA Agno, Axel Warth, Head of Marketing and Business Development
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AMB (1/5): Mikron Machining attended the International Exhibition for Metal Working (AMB) in Stuttgart with a brand-new stand concept.
BI-MU (1/1): At BI-MU in Milan, Mikron Machining held a live presentation of the Mikron NAM-10.
IMTS (1/3): The Mikron Multistep XT-200 attracted a great deal of interest at the IMTS in Chicago.