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Studer goes for the grind at Mazak

Investment in Yamazaki Mazak’s European Manufacturing Plant continues apace following the purchase of new Studer S41 CNC universal cylindrical grinding machine.
4 months ago

Investment in grinding capacity at NTG Precision

North East-based NTG Precision Engineers has completed the latest stage of a planned £3.5m investment programme with the acquisition of specialist technology to support the production of precision components.
9 months ago

An all-round solution for internal cylindrical grinding

It was 1933 when the first internal cylindrical grinding machine, Type 01, left the factory of Fritz Studer AG in Switzerland. 85 years later Studer offers what is probably the world's largest portfolio in internal cylindrical grinding, with a range of 12 machines. PES hears more about its extensive grinding technology.
3 years ago

Grinding innovations get-together

More than 1,500 international visitors experienced new technologies from precision machining and current trends in the manufacturing industry at the Grinding Symposium held by the United Grinding Group in Thun, Switzerland this year.
3 years ago

Studer unveils new grinding machines in middle of a Swiss mountain

Swiss grinding specialist Studer is renowned for its somewhat ‘unusual’ press conference venues and this year the company certainly didn’t disappoint with an event targeted towards bringing the press up to speed with company performance and unveiling its latest S31 and S33 grinding machines. Dave Tudor reports from the middle of a mountain in Switzerland.
3 years ago

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