Top 10 Machine Tool Solution Companies - 2021
Hangsterfer'S Laboratories :  A Legacy Of High-Quality Metal Cutting Solutions

Top 10 Machine Tool Solution Companies - 2021

Advancements in technology and innovation-driven by high demand are propelling the machine tool industry forward at a rapid pace. Progress in networking technology has made it easier to connect smart devices and build local networks. The increased reach and versatility provided by new wired and wireless technology make automation possible on a larger scale than before. And as the adoption of digital technologies continues to grow, there will be an increase in connected devices to support automation.

Smart machine tools and robotics will likely be the future as technology advances, especially in situations where the work is too dangerous for human beings. The use of artificial intelligence is also increasing in large scale industrial settings. As more machine tools become automated, AI will help in the monitoring process and ensure smooth functioning. AI will also assist in machine tool maintenance to minimize and address problems before they occur. Further, advancements in computer-aided manufacturing software used in CNC machining allows for a higher level of precision in manufacturing The software also facilitates the use of a digital twin, which reduces cost by saving material and man-hours that might have otherwise been used to refine the manufacturing process.

At this juncture, there are a wide variety of solution providers entering the industry with a set of advanced machine tool and metal working solutions. To help companies navigate through the best-of-breed machine tool and metal working solution providers, Manufacturing Technology Insights has compiled a list of the top machine tool and metal working solution providers in the manufacturing sector. The enlisted organizations offer innovative solutions that help the manufacturing industry keep their production line running smoothly Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for the aspiring CIOs.

We present to you Manufacturing Technology Insights’ “Top 10 Machine Tool Solution Providers - 2021,

    Top Machine Tool Solution Companies

  • Hangsterfer’s Laboratories, Inc. specializes in the research, development, and manufacture of a full-line of REACH compliant metalworking lubricants. The Hangsterfer’s Laboratories’ range of products includes coolant concentrates, cutting oils, dielectric fluids, metal forming compounds, machine lubricants, and cleaners. Specifically, with the coolants and cutting oils, the company states its niche

    www.hangsterfers.com

  • Hasco Oil, established in 1965, is a manufacturer and leading distributor of industrial lubricants in California. The company caters to a growing and diverse customer base across varied industry verticals such as automotive, government, military, construction, marine, electrical, and consumer goods, with a predominant focus on aerospace. Their core clientele comprises manufacturers making a part for an airplane, rocket, or satellite. Over the 50 years, Hasco Oil has carved a name in the marketplace as an established industrial lubricant provider and has long set the standard in industrial technical expertise

    www.hascooil.com

  • Hautau builds high-speed rotary-head cutoff machines that cut, face, chamfer and groove tubes in one operation. When cutting tubing or pipe to length, Hautau automatic tube cutoff lathes eliminate secondary deburring or chamfering operations. Its rotating-head cutoff machines produce finished tubular parts with chamfers on all edges. The company's built-in software includes programs for facing, boring, grooving, weld-bevels and OD turning. The stationary tube is gripped by two chucks, so they can maintain precise control of both the infeed tube and the cutoff piece. CNC servos move both tube ends for chamfering, boring, grooving and facing

    hautau.com

  • Bennett Tool & Die

    Bennett Tool & Die

    A single-source supplier providing multiple metal-working products & services, including production stamping, fabrication, value-added assemblies, machining, tube bending, roll forming, design & build tooling. The company's customers operate their businesses in very competitive environments. It is important that they have suppliers who partner with them so that the customers are competitive in the marketplace. Bennett Tool & Die understands that and runs its business with this in mind. As a learning organization that uses Lean practices, it is able to aggressively identify opportunities to drive out cost in the business. This affects not only the direct price but allows it to provide repeatability, accuracy, and timeliness of their product offerings

  • DMG MORI

    DMG MORI

    DMG MORI is a worldwide leading manufacturer of machine tools. Its integrated automation, digitization and sustainability solutions extend the company’s core business with turning and milling machines, advanced technologies (ultrasonic, lasertec) and additive manufacturing. The success of DMG MORI's “Global One Company” is achieved by around 12,000 employees worldwide. With 138 sales and service locations – including 15 production plants – DMG MORI is present worldwide and delivers to more than 100,000 customers from 54 industries in 86 countries

  • Falcon Machine Tools

    Falcon Machine Tools

    Falcon Machine Tools (Chevalier) is a leading manufacturer of machine tools, which leverages valuable data assets to design intelligent products. High efficiency surface grinders are among Chevalier's impressive range of Falcon Machinery Tools. Like all of Chevalier’s surface grinders products, every single one of their double column surface grinders are intricately designed to totally accommodate the infinite demands that high mix production places on businesses of any size, no matter how big or small. Equally impressive are Chevalier's CNC machining centers, which are intricately designed devices that make a multitude of tasks much faster and easier than they would otherwise have been

  • Georg Fischer

    Georg Fischer

    GF is the preferred partner of its customers for the safe transport of liquids and gases, lightweight casting components, and high-precision manufacturing technologies. GF comprises three divisions: GF Piping Systems, GF Casting Solutions, and GF Machining Solutions. Founded in 1802, the Corporation is headquartered in Switzerland and present in 34 countries with 137 companies, 59 of them production facilities

  • Makino

    Makino

    Hautau builds high-speed rotary-head cutoff machines that cut, face, chamfer and groove tubes in one operation. When cutting tubing or pipe to length, Hautau automatic tube cutoff lathes eliminate secondary deburring or chamfering operations. Its rotating-head cutoff machines produce finished tubular parts with chamfers on all edges. The company's built-in software includes programs for facing, boring, grooving, weld-bevels and OD turning. The stationary tube is gripped by two chucks, so they can maintain precise control of both the infeed tube and the cutoff piece. CNC servos move both tube ends for chamfering, boring, grooving and facing

  • Okuma

    Okuma

    Okuma America Corporation is the US based affiliate of Okuma Corporation, a world leader in the development of computer numeric controls (CNC) and machining technology, founded in 1898 in Nagoya, Japan. Okuma is known for its technology leadership and world-class manufacturing, product quality and dedication to customer service. Okuma products are used in the automotive, aerospace and defense, construction and farming equipment, oil and energy, medical, mold and die, and fluid power industries

  • Starn Tool

    Starn Tool

    Starn Tool providers tooling solutions for a broad perspective of industries including robotics, aerospace, military, commercial, industrial, automotive, and medical. The company's CNC Mill department is equipped with 3, 4 and 5 axis automation. Its Lathe Department is also well equipped with live tooling. The company has the technology, resources and personnel to handle simple or, complex prototype to production runs. Its turnaround times are fast and it readily accepts orders of quantities as low as one