Methods Machine Tools Introduces Brand of Vertical Machining Centers
Methods Machine Tools, Inc.’s new line of three-axis vertical and five-axis bridge type machining centers offer an affordable, accurate and reliable best-in-class mid-range machining solution.
Methods Machine Tools, Inc. introduced a new line of Methods-branded three-axis vertical and five-axis bridge type machining centers, all engineered and built to the company’s highest specifications and quality standards. The machining centers’ are available in North America, and offer an affordable, accurate and reliable best-in-class mid-range machining solution. Click Here for more information.
"We are very pleased to announce the introduction of Methods Machining Centers," said Mark Wright, president and CEO of Methods Machine Tools, Inc. "Methods' engineering team has ensured that our new branded line meets our customers' needs and expectations in North America. These machines will provide an ideal value-to-performance solution in the marketplace and complement our full portfolio of leading lines."
Methods machining centers are made to Methods' design and engineering standards by Litz Hitech Corp., a reputable, well-established machine tool builder, and are fully backed by the company’s industry-leading service and support. All Methods machining centers are fully inspected to meet strict quality and design specifications, and also be in compliance with ISO/ASME standards. Laser and ball bar testing ensures performance and accuracy of each machine.
Mold performance and durability depends on mold base quality, and hole making is a crucial step in the process.
Stability, spindle speed and software are essential consideration for your moldmaking machine tool.
Negative stock shutoff can help you make better molds in less time. Here is a clear definition and description of the process. While the concept is fairly simple, the implementation can be challenging.