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Why Hurco?

In a word: profitability. So, how do we make our customers more profitable? Our CNC control!
Our CNC machine control, powered by WinMax software, is the key to making job shops more profitable because it is designed to make small batch/high mix production efficient by reducing setup time and programming time.

When asked in our customer survey, "What do you like most about Hurco?" 65% answered "the control."


Ease of programming. We are a job shop, and it is crucial to be able to program and set up multiple jobs per day on many occasions.
Versatility of the control for both new and experienced users.

Latest News from Hurco Europe Ltd

What customers say about Hurco Europe Ltd

Versatile conversational programming supports quick-turnaround contract machining

Almost every component machined on the five Hurco 3-axis machining centres at Scottish subcontractor Euro Precision is programmed on the shop floor with the assistance of user-friendly menus in the machine tool builder's proprietary WinMAX control software....


Large Castings Milled To ± 5 Microns Straightness And Flatness

Loadpoint Micro-Machining Solutions, a manufacturer in Cricklade that more than 40 years ago invented the industry standard saw for dicing semiconductor wafers, avoiding current leakage in electronic components caused by the old method of scribing and...


Hurco Machining Centres Mill Wood As Well As Metal

At the Market Overton factory of subcontract machinists Hi-Spec Precision Engineering, five Hurco machining centres and various other machine tools are to be found producing parts from mild and stainless steels, bronze, brass, aluminium and plastic over...


Steam-Powered Rocket Bike

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

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...


Patternmaker buys second Hurco 5 axis machine at MACH 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...


EDM specialist expands milling capacity with Hurco 5-axis machines

EDM (electric discharge machining) subcontractor RST Engineering ( 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...



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...


Letchworth model firm makes early Christmas present purchase from Hurco

As part of the festive season a Letchworth prototyping company has gifted itself a state-of-the art piece of equipment to speed up its production. Ogle Models and Prototypes, located on Birds Hill in Letchworth, has made an early Christmas present purchase...


Pressing Subcontractor Brings Toolmaking In-House

PAB Coventry (, which produces sheet metal components, pressings and fabrications in quantities from prototypes up to 10,000 per year, has since early 2016 invested £1.5 million in new machine tools. They include a Hurco vertical machining...


Hurco Machining Centre Fits Into Tight Space

A new subcontract machining firm has been set up near Coventry to undertake small batch manufacture and project work that other subcontractors and OEMs may consider a nuisance, as they interrupt production. Called Overstone Engineering (,...


Subcontractor Chooses Big-Capacity Route To 5-Axis Machining

For the latter half of its 16-year existence, Sheffield contract machining firm Ian Cocker Engineering has relied almost exclusively on Hurco vertical machining centres to produce prismatic components, mainly for the oil and gas sector and frequently...


55-year-old uses his pension to start successful subcontracting business

It is never too late to become an entrepreneur, it seems. Brian Yates, a machinist since he left school and latterly a manager in a subcontracting firm, decided in October 2010 at the age of 55 start his own business, Campro Precision. He invested all...


Precision engineering and rail industry refurbishment specialist relies on Hurco machine tools

The rail and engineering divisions of Jones Nuttall, occupying two adjacent buildings on the Bewsey Industrial Estate in Warrington, provide extensive subcontract manufacturing and overhaul services. Multiple materials including tough metal alloys and...


Hurco slashes production time by 75%

Toolmaking and subcontract CNC machining specialist DSM-NE, Newton Aycliffe, has increased its stock of Hurco machining centres to seven, including a large three-axis model and an even bigger five-axis machine, the company’s first, which was installed...



Julius Blum GmbH, an Austrian manufacturer of top-quality slides, hinges and other products for kitchen units, uses 3-axis and 5-axis machining centres from Roeders to help maintain the company’s international reputation as an innovator and technology...


New Shop Floor Recruits Have Short Learning Curves On Hurco Machine Tools

Keith Donnellan and Chris Murphy, directors and joint partners of Riteway Engineering in Galway, western Ireland, have enjoyed considerable success since starting their company in 2006 with a handful of manually operated machines and a single customer....



TEG, which has been producing parts for the world’s leading aircrafts since 2001, has progressed in recent years from a subcontract machining firm to become a multinational engineering services provider exporting to 35 countries, including China. ...


Rapid set up is key at 4B Precision Engineering

A Hurco can be programmed on the shop floor, set up and cutting metal well before another machine with G-code programming is even ready to run...


Northern Subcontractor Targets 5 Axis Machining

Algernon Precision Engineering, a subcontractor based in Cramlington, specialises in tackling difficult materials. Parts machined from stainless steels including duplex and super duplex account for three-quarters of throughput. Most of the remainder are...


Hurco Supports Growth In Toolmaking And Subcontract Machining

Family-owned RP Tooling in Kingswinford has always been a pragmatic company, targeting business in industry sectors that are buoyant at any given time. The policy has allowed the 33-employee firm to grow quickly, a process that has seen three relocations...


Cube Precision installs Hurco largest column machining centre

The world's very first DCX42i double column machining centre from Hurco has now been delivered to West Midlands subcontractor CUBE Precision Engineering Ltd. The new DCX42i is the largest of three double column machines in the Hurco line with the DCX32...


5 axis CNC machining expands base and raises productivity

Ten CNC machine tools have been installed in as many years at Rutland subcontractor, Hi-Spec Precision Engineering, to support year-on-year growth of between 20 and 30 per cent. The latest machine to arrive on the shop floor, in August 2013,...


Hurco 5 axis turns jobs round a third faster

In 2004, Machining Techniques was one of the first subcontractors on Tyneside to wholeheartedly adopt 5-axis machining. It allowed the family-run firm in South Shields to carve out a niche for itself, one that still exists today. ...


Knuckle bores machined in 20 minutes rather than 2.5 hours on Hurco 5 axis

October 2013 was when the new, limited edition Jaguar XKR-S GT hit the streets, but it may be difficult to spot, as JLR has allocated only 10 for sale in the UK. Coventry subcontract machinists.....


Rapid growth at IES with Hurco VMCs and a Hurco Lathe

The last 12 months have been ground-breaking for subcontract machinist, Justin Green, a former apprentice toolmaker who set up Intelligent Engineering Solutions (IES) in 2006....


Hurco machining centres are 30 to 50% more productive

During 2011, West Lothian subcontractor, Almond Engineering, invested over £100,000 in a new Hurco machining centre and CNC lathe as well as IT equipment, and increased staff from 20 to 24, including a third apprentice. This year (2013) will see one...


Machining of stainless steel is Ideal for our Hurco's

Cumbernauld-based subcontractor, Cowie Engineering, is a good example of the type of entrepreneurial company that Government is relying upon to kick-start recovery in the UK and rebalance the economy towards manufacturing....


Hurco machining centres are three times quicker to program

The Japanese, family-owned Ishida group is a giant in food packaging machinery, with a worldwide turnover in excess of half a billion Euros....


Cobra Seats invest in Hurco VMX30t

The investment was made at the end of 2011 and is already transforming the company's business. The well-known manufacturer of racing, sports and classic car seats has diversified into marine, stadium and office seating and is also increasing the amount...


Cube Precision Engineering has installed its largest Hurco machining centre

Black Country toolmaker and subcontractor, Cube Precision Engineering, has installed its largest Hurco machining centre to date, a 3,200 x 2,100 x 920 mm capacity, bridge-type, vertical-spindle DCX32. Delivered at the end of May 2012...


Hurco DCX32 with 3200 x 2100 x 920 mm has been installed QED Sales

The largest model in Hurco's range of machining centres, the twin-column, bridge-type DCX32 with 3,200 x 2,100 x 920 mm working volume, has been installed in the Huntly works of oil and gas equipment manufacturer, QED Sales, to help fulfil a new contract...


Hurco Machines Cut Cycle Times by 40%

Roughing and finishing require different characteristics in a machining centre, which often means that two machines are used for the respective operations. However, this approach reduces production flexibility, increases capital investment and consumes...


Rapid Business Growth Thanks to Hurco VMCS

Since its formation in 2005, DW Engineering has expanded its Hamilton, South Lanarkshire contract...


Oil and Gas Specialist Moves Into 5-Axis Machining with Hurco

With a BP quality award hanging on its office wall alongside a platinum award from Cameron Subsea Sy...


Large Vertical Machining Centre from Hurco Gives the Edge

Few contract machinists in Scotland have a modern, vertical machining centre to match the 2,200...


5 Axis Machining of Parts for Space Observation Equipment

Parts for instrumentation used in space observation, both terrestrial and satellite-based.....



Hurco BIG 50 Open House

Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th December 2018 9.00am to 5.00pm Lunch and refreshments provided MacInnes Tooling. This year we are supported by 15 of our best suppliers. They will be offering technical support and advice to suit all machine tool requirements


Hurco Christmas Open House Dec 3rd/4th/5th

Hurco will be holding their usual Christmas Open House at their Head Office in High Wycombe on December 3rd/4th and 5th.

After a great year with the new branding and the new machines, this will be a great opportunity to catch up with all the latest Hurco technology now on offer.

You can expect to see several machines on show cutting material and demonstrating the benefits of both the machines and the popular WinMax control system.


Hurco Open Day 7th November at Kirklees College

On Thursday 7th November 2013, Hurco, together with the Mechanical Engineering Department of Kirklees College invite you to an Open Day when you can see the latest Hurco machinery and discuss apprentice opportunities with the Kirklees staff.

At the show three brand new Hurco machines:

TM8i Lathe
VMX30Mi 3-axis Machining Centre
VM10Ui 5-axis Machining Centre

The event will be open from 9.00 a.m. until 5 p.m.....

Hurco OPEN HOUSE 2016

View a wide selection of Hurco machine tools and some cracking christmas offers. There will be various machines in action on the days as well as partners showing off machine tool accessories, software and tooling.

Register here


Hurco Open House 2017

9 Hurco machines on display and cutting metal - Plus the Supplier Village, including 15 top-class business partners offering services from tooling to finance:

Autodesk, Centreline, Dormer Pramet, Edgecam, Erowa, Gewefa, Finance For Industry, Hydrafeed, hyperMill, Filtermist, MacInnes Tooling, Renishaw, Roemheld, Kitagawa and SGS


Hurco Open House 23rd, 24th and 25th April

New machining centre announcements, innovative technology for control, diagnostics and networking, and a complete rebranding of the company logo and machine tool livery will make Hurco Europe's forthcoming Open House one of the most significant.

The event will be held on 23rd, 24th and 25th April 2013, 9.00 am until 5.30 pm each day, at its High Wycombe showroom, Halifax Road, Cressex Business Park, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP12 3SN. (Tel: 01494 442222.)



Hurco Open House 8th/9th/10th Dec

Hurco will be opening their doors to engineers on the 8th/9th and 10th of December.

As usual expect to see the latest technology, lots of machining in action and some great deals..find out more


Hurco Open House December 9th to 11th

In their usual style Hurco will be opening their doors to engineers and manufacturers on the 9th, 10th and 11th of December.

More details to follow, expect some pre-christmas deals, some new models all accompanied by third party equipment suppliers..

Visit Hurco for more information here


Hurco Open House June 18th and 19th

Hurco are hosting an Open House at their head office in High Wycombe. The purpose of the event is to simply sell machines.

Machines both new and used will be for sale at the event. Including 3 axis machining centres, 5 axis machining centres and turngin centres.

Find out more about what machines are for sale at the show...visit


Hurco Open House September 22nd-23rd

Max 5 is the latest re-packaging of the Hurco control. Incorporating the simplicity and ease of use for which the Hurco control is famous, but, also adding the latest developments in control hardware and software.

The most noticeable new feature is the new screen size - 19 inches - 60% bigger than Ultimax 4.  A new graphics engine gives additional options and clarity to the programming process.

There are now two options for the ergonomically designed remote jog....

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