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Steam-Powered Rocket Bike

Published on MTD CNC by Hurco Europe Ltd on 08 Jun 2018

Motorsport and drag racing enthusiast Graham Sykes proudly gave visitors to the Fluid Power & Systems 2018 exhibition, held at the NEC in Birmingham from 10th to 12th April, a preview of his steam-powered rocket bike named Force of Nature.

Patternmaker Buys A Second Five-Axis Machining Centre

Published on MTD CNC by Hurco Europe Ltd on 24 Apr 2018

On the second day of the MACH 2018 machine tool exhibition in Birmingham, a local firm, Summit Patternmaking, placed an order on the Hurco stand for a 5-axis machining centre. When the VMX42SRTi B-axis machine is delivered at the end of May, it will double the pattern and tool maker's 5-axis machining capacity, although the firm also operates four 3-axis VMCs.

Patternmaker buys second Hurco 5 axis machine at MACH 2018

Published on MTD CNC by Hurco Europe Ltd on 23 Apr 2018

On the second day of the MACH 2018 machine tool exhibition in Birmingham, a local firm, Summit Patternmaking, placed an order on the Hurco stand for a 5-axis machining centre. When the VMX42SRTi B-axis machine is delivered at the end of May, it will double the pattern and tool maker's 5-axis machining capacity, although the firm also operates four 3-axis VMCs.

EDM specialist expands milling capacity with Hurco 5-axis machines

Published on MTD CNC by Hurco Europe Ltd on 11 Feb 2018

EDM (electric discharge machining) subcontractor RST Engineering (www.rsteng.co.uk) decided 20 years ago that a manual-tool-change Hurco Hawk, due to the ease of shop floor programming on its twin-screen control system, was the best CNC milling machine to take over from hand-operated mills for manufacturing copper electrodes, jigs and fixtures. A 10-minute demonstration on the Hurco (www.hurco.co.uk) stand at the MACH 1998 machine tool show was enough to convince RST's management that the power and simplicity of the software made it an obvious choice for this type of work.

AEROSPACE SUBCONTRACTOR EXPANDS 5-AXIS MACHINING

Published on MTD CNC by Hurco Europe Ltd on 20 Dec 2017

A seventh 5-axis machining centre has been installed at Preston-based, tier-2 aerospace subcontractor, TGM, primarily to cope with increasing volumes of Airbus A350 work. Two years ago, each month the firm was delivering four port and starboard aircraft wing sets comprising 20 parts each, whereas today 10 sets per month are required and the number will climb further over the next two years.

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