2/8/2016

Gosiger, Schütte USA Form Partnership

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Manufacturing technology provider Gosiger High Volume now offers the Schütte multi spindle product line to customers in the US and Canada.

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Manufacturing technology provider Gosiger High Volume now offers the Schütte multi spindle product line to customers in the US and Canada.

Schütte offers a full range of multi spindle machines, including 6 and 8 spindle models, from CAM to the most sophisticated CNC Multi available. As such it is an excellent complement to the existing Gosiger High Volume product line.

Gosiger High Volume began as Maxim International in the early 1990s selling and supporting the Euroturn multi spindle machine. According to Gosiger High Volume President, Mark Walker, “As we continue to support the Euroturn with service and parts we are excited to offer the innovative quality products of Schütte as a way for our customers to upgrade to the latest technology. Combined with the hybrid technology from Shimada and our rebuilding of existing Euroturn CAM machines, this partnership creates a range of solutions second to none.”

“In addition, these products, along with BTB rotary transfer machines and iFP vacuum solvent parts washing systems, enable us to recommend the most appropriate technology to our customers as they face the current day challenges of high volume production.”

For more information, visit gosiger.com.

 

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