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Get reliability, stability and precision. Our high-speed, high-performance spindles give you the highest repeatable metal-removal rates.
Improve speed and flexibility. Makino 5-Axis Horizontal machining centers offer a globally competitive edge. Our accuracy and automation deliver higher productivity at the lowest cost per part.
Get precision and accuracy for the most demanding jobs. Experience chatter-free cutting; agility for high-speed hard milling; and more accuracy for complex 3-D geometry.
Increase speed and precision. The Makino rotary axes’ speed reduces your cycle time, while our dynamic accuracies produce a higher quality surface finish.
Get speed, accuracy, flexibility—and steel. We designed our Graphite Machining Centers to not just excel at machining graphite, but also other materials like steel. That means you can rely on them for any task.
Double cutting speed without increasing wire consumption with our latest model. Makino is the world leader in wire EDM, giving you faster processing times and superior surface finishes for even the most complex part geometries.
Get supreme reliability and industry-leading precision. Makino sinker EDMs produce high-quality surface finishes and lower manufacturing costs.
For the highest level of accuracy, reliability and productivity. EDM Hole Drilling uses an energized rotating tube electrode for faster, accurate machining in conductive metal.
New machine doubles rough machining rates without increasing manufacturing costs
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There is no magic formula for discovering the optimum number of parts that can be placed on your fixture, though a few general rules apply. In essence, the optimum configuration point is a cross between the cycle time of a part and the number of parts per fixture. One must also consider that different...