Starrag

Larger multi-tasking machining

Starrag has announced the second – and larger capacity – member of its new Heckert range with the launch of the Heckert T55 5-axis horizontal machining centre for the multi-tasking and complete machining of workpieces weighing up to 700kg.
2 months ago

True greatness is T-shaped

The long-term partnership between US manufacturer Metalex Manufacturing Inc of Ohio and the Starrag Group has resulted in the installation of the company’s fourth Starrag machine, a large-capacity Droop+Rein T six-axis portal-type machining centre.
3 months ago

Starrag’s focus at Farnborough is truly electric

Starrag’s longstanding reputation for providing machining solutions for the aerospace sector has now been reinforced by the addition of an Ecospeed machining centre to the company’s Aerospace Competence Center in Switzerland – an initiative that showcases the group’s long-established expertise in the manufacture of turbine blades, blisks, vanes, impellers and other structural and landing gear components.
7 months ago

Mill-turn machining for innovative micro-parts

Amorphology, a NASA spinoff company, is a leader in the application of advanced materials and manufacturing technologies for the improvement of non-lubricated micro-gears for robotics and other industrial applications using innovative ‘amorphous’ metals such as bulk metallic glasses.
8 months ago

New mill/turn centre from Starrag makes UK debut

Starrag’s new Bumotec 191neo 7-axis mill-turn centre is making its UK public debut at the GTMA-organised Manufacturing Solutions 2022 exhibition being held in Limerick from 15-16 June.
8 months ago

Starrag’s new mill-turn centre focuses on reduced cost per part

The new Bumotec 191neo 7-axis mill-turn centre now available from Starrag UK offers potential customers in the medical device, luxury goods and micromechanics sectors, for example, cost- and time-saving benefits for the low-cost machining of complex, higher value parts.
9 months ago

Starrag Heckert X40 machining centre enters Factory of the Future

A Starrag Heckert 5-axis horizontal machining centre has joined a series of other multi-axis machines from the same supplier in a Starrag-dedicated machining area at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Factory of the Future.
1 year ago

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