Heller open house in Germany announced for late April

Machine tool manufacturer Heller is hosting an open house at its headquarters in Nürtingen, Germany from 23-26 April.

Visitors will have the chance to experience the company’s range of machining solutions up close over the four-day event.

Highlights will include the latest generation F 5000 5-axis machining centre, a new development concept for a rack-type tool magazine and a machining unit with tilting head kinematics.

The open house will feature live demonstrations of machines and other Heller solutions focusing on digitisation, automation and services. There will also be factory tours with exclusive insights into production, an exhibition and exchange with partners and companies of the Heller Group. 

Heller was founded in 1894 as a small craftsman’s workshop. Today, the global group develops and produces machine tools and manufacturing systems for machining operations.

As one of the leading machine tool manufacturers in the machining sector, Heller employs 2,600 staff worldwide at five production facilities in Europe, Asia and North and South America.

The Heller product range comprises 4 and 5-axis machining centres, milling-turning machining centres, custom machines and process machines, coating modules, machines for crankshaft and camshaft machining, as well as a comprehensive modular range of services.

With Heller4Industry and Heller4Use, the company offers an extended range of solutions to achieve increased productivity and flexibility in production. Heller generates tailor-made complete solutions for a diverse range of manufacturing requirements, from the stand-alone machine to the fully-automated turnkey production system.

The company’s customers include companies from the automobile industry and their suppliers, from general mechanical engineering, energy technology, fluid technology, aerospace and many other sectors.




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