Harrop Engineering is a true Australian success story. With its proven philosophy of delivering solutions based on excellence in design and manufacturing, the company has a rich history dating back more than 60 years and a highly enviable track record in the motor sport industry.
If you currently use conventional 3-axis machining, your logical part processing progression is the step up to full 5-axis or 3 + 2 machining capabilities. While both offer advantages, understanding the fundamental differences between the two is key to determining which process will best meet your specific needs.
State Minister for Industry and Employment Wade Noonan and Member for Eltham Vicki Ward visited Lovitt Technologies Australia (LTA)’s factory in Montmorency, Victoria, on 10 August to announce a $387,000 funding boost for the manufacturer.
Mazak's Smooth Technology is a complete process-performance platform that spans the entire part-production landscape, from programming and setup to metal removal operations to automation to monitoring/data collection and transfer.
The mazak Integrex i-100ST, a Multi-Tasking horizontal machining center that brings the high accuracy and productivity of the company’s popular INTEGREX i Series into a smaller footprint that measures 119.2″ (3,030 mm) x 98.2″ (2,495 mm).
The Mazak Integrex i-400ST is a Multi-Tasking horizontal machining center that employs two turning spindles, a milling spindle and lower turret so that manufacturers can process first and second operations simultaneously or perform required sequential operations on a single workpiece.
Fitting into most facilities with its space-saving footprint of 3,990mm x 2,800mm, the Mazak Integrex i-200S Multi-Tasking machine productively turns, drills, taps and mills, while offering off-centerline and full simultaneous 5-axis contouring.
Our Electronic Repair Facility (ERF) is located in our Melbourne facility and is an integral part of our national service network, allowing us to support our customers long after the initial sale has been completed.
Customers of Polygona AG, based in Jona, Switzerland, testify to the excellent technical level of their impellers, even though the company began production only two years ago. Polygona’s debut in this industry was able to succeed thanks to assistance from a machine tool manufacturer and OPEN MIND Technologies AG as their CAD/CAM supplier.