News & Events
(Elmira, NY) February 3, 2014 Hardinge Inc., a leading international provider of advanced metal cutting solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of the Hardinge Grinding Group Technical Center of Excellence in Elgin, Illinois.
Windsor, CT (February 12, 2014) Morris Midwest, a division of Morris Group, Inc., will hold Morris Madness, its third annual open house and technology show, on March 18-19 in Roselle, Illinois. Demos and displays from Okuma, Tsugami, Hardinge Group, and numerous tooling and accessories suppliers are planned.
East Granby, CT – December 3, 2013 - MP Systems, Inc., today announced the release of an innovative adaptive high pressure coolant system designed to adapt the flow of coolant to correspond to the size of the cutting tool. The RA11 Series Adaptive High Pressure Coolant System was designed for machining applications that require a wide range of cutting tool sizes.
Windsor, CT – November 4, 2013 - Morris Government Solutions announced today that it has been awarded with GSA contract GS-21F-166AA by the U.S. Federal Acquisition Service.
Windsor, CT (September 16, 2013) Jones and Shipman introduces their new Suprema 1000M cylindrical grinding machine with productivity enhancements not found in their current 1000mm machine. “The Suprema 1000M is an affordable and sophisticated cylindrical grinding machine with a simple setup,” states Jeff Hilliard, North America Sales Manager, Hardinge Grinding Group.
Windsor, Connecticut (September 12, 2013) Velocity Products now supplies Velocity SU-matic Capto® ID holders for Okuma LB3000 EX horizontal lathes. The LB EX Series of 2-axis lathes is a prominent machine tool category within the Okuma brand.
September 30th, 2010
A large contract manufacturer, Aztalan Engineering uses a variety of Okuma machines to deliver precision complex parts to the medical, energy, and aerospace and defense industries. They use the THINC control to connect automation equipment and a tool monitoring system to their machines helping them streamline operations and improve productivity. They are implementing MacMan-Net machine management software to provide them with better information for improved decision making and greater control.