Precision engineering firm utilises Grob 5-axis machining

Advanced Precision Engineering utilises the horizontal kinematic advantage and 5-axis capabilities of its GROB G350 for machining hard to reach part features while producing reliable instruments for their customers.

Learn more about the use and advantages of the Grob machining centre in this new customer story.

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