Mazak and John Hart have solidified a long standing relationship that dates back to the 1960s, we were the first international distributor for Mazak and continue to be the oldest supplier of Mazak machinery outside of Japan.
Yamazaki Mazak was established in 1919 and has been contributing to the development of the machine tool industry as a leading global company. Yamazaki Mazak manufactures not only advanced machine tools such as multi-tasking centers, CNC turning centers and machining centers but also automation systems with the concept of DONE IN ONE to support global manufacturing by providing exceptional productivity and versatility.
Mazak were the first Machine Tool Company to offer conversational programming, which revolutionised the way in which machine tools were used. They provided an edge for all Mazak users and set a benchmark for innovation within the industry which they continue to push today.
Fanuc or Fanuc Corporation is a Japan-headquartered multinational electromechanical manufacturer specializing in robotics. John Hart began their relationship with Fanuc in 1984, when they introduced Australia’s first industrial robots.
Fanuc is one of the largest makers of industrial robots in the world. Fanuc had its beginnings as part of Fujitsu developing early numerical control (NC) and servo systems. The company name is an acronym for Fuji Automatic NUmerical Control.
Fanuc continue to push boundaries in robotics, and still hold the record for the world’s strongest industrial robot.
The Klingelnberg Group is a world leader in the development, manufacture and sale of machines for bevel gear production and measuring centers for gearing and axially symmetrical components.
The Company's products are used by customers in automotive, truck, aircraft, agriculture, construction, power tool and marine industries and by a diverse set of customers serving various industrial equipment markets.
Autoblok Corporation was established in 1981 as a subsidiary of Autoblok of Italy, the largest power chuck manufacturer in Europe. Since 1942, Autoblok has been at the forefront of engineering and manufacturing state-of-the-art workholding, clamping and tooling solutions. In 1993, Autoblok acquired SMW of Germany. The combination of these two premier manufacturing entities resulted in the most extensive product line of high quality workholding devices in the world.
SMW Autoblok customers are ensured a consistent, single source of superior product performance, support and service.
From turning through to 5axis simultaneous milling. 2D, 3D, 5axis milling and turning strategies, as well as specialty applications: Everything is available in one user-friendly interface. The fully integrated product concept with a CAD system, direct and standard interfaces, and postprocessors enables integrated processes from design to manufacture.
With its innovative ideas, years of CAM experience and milling expertise, Open Mind develops both technologically sound CAM strategies and forward-looking solutions. Open Mind has made a name for itself internationally as a pioneer in innovative 5axis technologies.
Today, Open Mind stands for a fully integrated product concept with solutions for automated programming, optimised processes and efficient manufacturing. New ideas are constantly being created for modern manufacturing thanks to this unique blend of computing and production expertise, experience and vision, international character and customised service.
MazaCAM is a CNC programming system for the Mazak CNC machine-tools, sold and supported by SolutionWare Corporation.
MazaCAM differs from most other CNC programming systems in that it can generate CNC programs in both Mazatrol and G-code.
Losma is a leading manufacturer for air and coolant filtration systems used in machine tools. Specializing in air filters for oil mists, oil smoke and dust separation, and in depurators for neat oil and emulsion.
OnRobot was born a global company in June 2018 with the merger of Danish On Robot, Hungarian OptoForce and American Perception Robotics. Danish company Purple Robotics was welcomed into the fold a short time later. The IP assets belonging to Blue Workforce were acquired in April 2019. Each company was known for developing unique technologies for collaborative applications and together they represent a formidable catalogue of the industry’s best tools. The tools include grippers, sensors, tool changers and software that enable small and medium sized manufacturers to automate their processes like never before – quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.