We know how to help you maximize the performance of your machines long into the future.
Preventing problems, expanding capabilities, and all the routine services in between—a comprehensive approach is the key to a longer life cycle and lower cost of ownership.
Our life cycle services give you superior machine performance and the lowest cost of ownership. With Makino, you’re covered by comprehensive support solutions that look toward the future. By focusing on predictive, preventative, routine and emergency services, Makino maximizes machine throughput and capability. Transform your business with the next generation in machine performance support.
Identify deficiencies and potential improvements to enhance and maintain machine productivity. Based on the Audit results, Makino will customize structured services to meet your needs.
Laser alignment, laser calibration and ballbar diagnostics guarantee you’re using the most accurate equipment in the industry.
Makino’s experienced technical support team will manage your machine maintenance and service allowing you to focus on your core business operations.
Since Preventive Maintenance (PM) is critical to peak machine tool performance and maximized asset utilization, regular PM is required to protect your investment. Makino offers one-time PMs or our popular PM Program which includes substantial discounts of up to 15%.Learn More
Extend the life or increase the capabilities of your Makino machine with field retrofit upgrades that include items such as coolant systems, probing additions, control options, programming, etc.Learn More
Today’s global economy puts fierce pressures on manufacturers to reduce costs, shrink lead-times and respond quickly to customer needs, especially in the ongoing race to quote and win new automotive contracts and part programs. At the same time, manufacturers are continually driven to reduce part...
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...
Many machine shops may avoid taking on intricate aerospace machining work because they have already made investments in four-axis machining centers, and aerospace work mostly requires five-axis capability. “Aircraft structural and turbo machinery components very often have surfaces...
In today’s manufacturing environment, equipment data collection and status monitoring are critical especially in long cycle-time dies and molds. The ability to connect multiple machines on a single network to a centralized computer has enabled manufacturers to retrieve, store and analyze...
In this question-and-answer session with Brian List, applications engineer at Makino, we take a detailed look at developments that adapt titanium machining to achieve these results: