Visitors to Starrag UK’s ‘meet and greet’ stand will learn how the company can satisfy the demands of every user for faster cycle times, highly-accurate machined parts and reduced manufacturing costs.
Starrag’s comprehensive ranges of high-performance, high-technology machines are suited to the needs – and budgets – of OEMs and suppliers of every size across Aerospace, Energy, Transportation and Industrial sectors and in all production disciplines.
Whether for stand-alone machine applications or turnkey technology solutions, Starrag has the answer, in terms of applications expertise, service and back-up as well as cost-effective machining solutions and delivering solutions for the machining of all types of components in all materials, from micro-sized gears through to >20 metre-long wing skins.
To name only two of Starrag’s product ranges, Heckert machines have been developed specifically for general sub-contract applications and for use by supply chain partners to automotive OEMs, for example. Not only do the machines offer users throughput increases of up to 10 per cent through reduced machining times and up to 10 per cent savings in service and tool costs, but they also promise energy cost savings and, importantly, are available on exceptionally short delivery timescales and at reduced investment costs.
Also, Bumotec s191 mill-turn machines feature ultra-fast machining strategies, a two-micron precision capability, linear drives, high torque spindle with ‘shock control’ technology, up to 90-position tool magazine, auto part loading, unmatched process rigidity and programmed using the latest Fanuc control - all contained within a workshop-friendly small footprint.
Starrag Group products are marketed in the UK under the following product ranges: Berthiez, Bumotec, Dörries, Droop+Rein, Ecospeed, Heckert, Scharmann, SIP and Starrag.
A company with years of technological innovation and backed by an experienced and highly trained team of UK engineers, visit Starrag UK at Made in The Midlands this year on stand H04 or visit their website and find out how you can set new milestones in manufacturing.
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