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Titanium Aircraft Parts Produced 25% Faster On HELLER Machining Centre

Published on MTD CNC by Heller Machine Tools Ltd on 15 Aug 2018

The largest producer of horizontal machining centres (HMCs) in the UK, Heller Machine Tools, has supplied a large, heavy-duty machine to GKN Aerospace Filton, near Bristol, to rough titanium aircraft components. It was installed on budget and ahead of schedule during the latter part of 2017. This year, it started producing a family of five structural components from titanium forgings, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Engine Manufacturer Cuts Cycle Times By One-Third

Published on MTD CNC by Heller Machine Tools Ltd on 17 Apr 2018

A second pair of twin-pallet, horizontal machining centres (HMCs) from Heller has been installed in the Booth Drive, Wellingborough factory of Mahle Powertrain, an independent company specialising in the design, development, test and manufacture of combustion engines. A 4-axis Heller H2000 has joined two identical models in an eight-machine production line dedicated to manufacturing cylinder blocks, while a larger, 5-axis FP6000 has been added to a flexible machining cell to expand its capabilities.

5-Axis Machining Cuts Manufacturing Lead-Time By 75 Per Cent

Published on MTD CNC by Heller Machine Tools Ltd on 05 Jan 2018

Installation of two Heller 5-axis machining centres, one with turning capability, has transformed the efficiency and repeatability with which marine components are machined at an offshore equipment manufacturer and refurbishment centre in the UK.

Two More HELLER Machining Centres For Producing High Precision Valves

Published on MTD CNC by Heller Machine Tools Ltd on 28 Sep 2017

Manufacture of braking systems for rail vehicles is the specialism of Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems UK. Its patented EP2002 distributed brake control is recognised as the best in the world and is the de-facto standard on all new trains for London Underground as well as metros in Bangkok, Dubai, Manila and throughout China.

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