With headquarters in Tokyo and facilities all over the globe, Makino connects the world to the latest developments in machine technology.
In 1930, Tsunezo Makino set up his first machine shop in Tokyo, Japan. Nearly a century later, Tokyo still hosts the world headquarters of Makino Milling Machine Company. From there, Makino distributes cutting-edge machines, tools and solutions throughout Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Makino’s Tokyo Research and Development department introduced the first commercially viable horizontal machining center. They lead the industry in development and innovation of machines and systems, always driven to solve tomorrow’s problems today.
Makino Milling Machine Co., Ltd.
3-19, Nakane 2-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152, Japan
Makino operates throughout North and South America via Regional Tech Centers, each strategically located in areas near leading manufacturers. Local sales, service and training, new product and technology demos—you can find it all in our Regional Tech Centers.
Europe’s Makino solutions come through Makino GmbH in Hamburg, Germany. They specialize in developing turnkey and systems for metal-cutting applications.Makino GmbH
Makino Singapore distributes Makino tools and solutions throughout Southeast Asia, China and India. From our Singapore facility, we manufacture vertical milling machines and machining centers, and both wire and RAM EDMs. Our foundry builds machine tool subcomponents, while Engineering Services helps clients develop turnkey systems and solutions.Makino Singapore
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Local students get the opportunity to see how high precision parts are made.
Mason, Ohio – October 13, 2017 – In celebration of Manufacturing Month 2017, Makino is opening its facility on Friday, Oct. 20, to more than 300 students, teachers and community...
Next-generation design delivers higher spindle power and advanced motion controls while retaining full interchangeability with existing systems
MASON, Ohio – June 20, 2017 – Makino is pleased to reveal the next-generation MAG3.EX 5-axis horizontal...
Introducing the next-gen vertical machining center for true 5-axis continuous processing, the V90S.
MASON, Ohio – June, 2018 – This high-precision VMC evolved from the 3-axis Vi series and boasts an updated spindle and titling/rotating axis unit that supports tighter tolerances...