Hyundai WIA Machine America Corp.
Hyundai WIA Machine America Corp.
265 Spring Lake Dr.
Itasca, IL 60143 US
Hyundai WIA Machine Tools
Hyundai-Wia Machine produces machine tools and has significantly contributed to Hyundai Motors being widely recognized in the Americas as a leading auto manufacturer. But, the Hyundai Group is so much more—an innovator in shipping, aviation, communications devices—the list goes on and on. In order to serve these diverse industries, Hyundai set out to find the best way to machine its extraordinary volume and mix of parts. The Hyundai leadership recognized that no one could do it better. In 1977, Hyundai WIA was born to build world-class CNC machines and has ever since.
About Hyundai WIA Machine America
From small-footprint vertical & horizontal machining centers, and turning centers ideal for job shops to rugged, large work area multitasking machines just like those in Hyundai Motors factories across the globe, we at Hyundai WIA Machine America is proud to bring a high-quality lineup of more than 100 different CNC machines to the manufacturing market in the Americas. It’s a product offering that spans a range of technology as robust as any other machine tool builder in the world. The Americas operations are headquartered in Itasca, Illinois in the western suburbs of Chicago. It’s staffed with knowledgeable and skilled application engineers with ample space for configuring turnkey solutions and machine run-offs, as well as space dedicated to training operators and maintenance staff.
The HYUNDAI WIA i-CUT380M Series of High Speed Machining Centers feature a small footprint and high speed machining capabilities which are ideal for high production, high precision applications
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Hyundai WIA Machine America’s F500 Plus vertical machining center uses a high-precision, high-torque Big Plus spindle in a construction that virtually eliminates thermal growth during heavy-duty cutting.
Far beyond just supplying equipment, Compumachine has entered into a true partnership with Essex Technical High School that leverages the strengths of both organizations to educate future generations of manufacturers.
The latest in a monthly series of open houses at machine tool builder Hyundai Wia provided not only technology takeaways, but also insight into the company’s recent developments and future plans.
A rush of recent change for this moldmaker belies a long-term growth strategy that’s anything but aggressive. Key aspects of this cautious approach include strategic expansion, continuous improvement, extensive data tracking, and investments in workforce development and environmental sustainability.
The machine tool builder’s new, more centralized location is more convenient for customers and dealers, and it provides greater capabilities for service and support.
Developed to offer premium performance at an affordable price, the F650VM is the latest addition to Hyundai WIA’s Value Master range of CNC vertical machining centers.
While other machine tool builders open regional “Tech Centers,” Hyundai WIA America Corp takes a more customer-centric approach and marks the grand opening of their new West Coast Solution Center, in Cypress, California.
Hyundai WIA is hosting a Grand Opening event at its West Coast Solution Center, July 24th - 25th with a ribbon cutting ceremony kick-off at 10:00am on Wednesday.
Upon visiting Hyundai Wia Machine Tool Company last week, one would have been asking himself, “Are they joining the South Korean machine tool movement or leading it?” Then during your visit you would learn that with aspirations of being one of the top five machine tool builder’s by 2020 they are leading the movement.
Hyundai WIA America Corp. (HWA) announces a Technology Parternership with Michael Waltrip Racing (MWR), a leading NASCAR Team with three full-time Sprint Cup Teams.
Last week I attended a press event for Hyundai WIA during IMTS that I thought was going to be a review of a new machine the company was debuting at the show, but instead was witness to a generous technology donation to a deserving school. However, what I will remember most from that 15-minute event was the pride and enthusiasm gleaming from the faces of each student and teacher in attendance.
A roundtable of machine tool suppliers reviews the advancements in machining technologies that push machining and tooling to their limits—and can kick every moldmaker’s capability up a notch.
Hyundai Wia Machine America debuts its new corporate headquarters and technical facility.