NEWS RELEASE: November 10, 2016: Macfab Manufacturing, a subcontract supplier of precision components and sub-assemblies, has today announced a major new investment in multi-axis machining.
The company has installed a BNE-51SY6 8-axis CNC Super Turning Center, made by Miyano, one of the world’s leading precision machining equipment manufacturers. The new machine, which features two spindles and two turrets with up to 24 revolving tool stations, will increase Macfab’s production efficiency and throughput. In addition to improved repeatability and faster cycle times – as a result of overlapped turning, milling, and drilling operations – the new machine will increase Macfab’s multi-axis mill/turn capability from 20 mm to 51 mm.
“We are very excited about the new capabilities we’ll now be able to offer our customers as a result of this investment,” says Macfab president Chris Macmorine. “With increased productivity comes lower costs, which we can pass on to our customers. Plus, the new technology enables us to produce new components we weren’t able to do previously on a competitive basis. That’s going to appeal to many of our current customers and many new ones as well.”
For more information on Macfab’s multi-axis resources and its other manufacturing, finishing and assembly capabilities, contact Joe Magyar, Business Development Director, at email@example.com.
About Macfab Manufacturing
Macfab is a leading contract manufacturer of precision custom components and sub-assemblies for medical, life sciences, avionics and space instruments, and for equipment used in oil and gas, and defence and security industries. Serving customers across North and South America, the United Kingdom, Europe and Asia, Macfab provides prototype and production volumes, and offers a complete suite of precision machining, finishing, cleaning and assembly solutions.
Macfab was founded in 1987 in Toronto, Ontario, and has grown from a small machine shop serving the local engineering community to become a full-fledged manufacturer serving international customers. For more information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.macfab.ca
Macfab takes delivery of its latest equipment addition, a BNE-51SY6 8-axis CNC Super Turning Center, made by Miyano