MACH 2024: Starrag welcomes customers to its virtual world

Starrag’s showroom in Vuadens, Switzerland
Starrag’s showroom in Vuadens, Switzerland

Starrag will be presenting its latest innovations from across the company’s diverse portfolio of high-performance solution-driven machine tools at this year’s MACH show at the NEC.

From the Bumotec machine range, the company will present its latest turn/mill product lines that can now be viewed in the company’s new virtual showroom: (https://showroomvud.starrag.com/).

The virtual showroom is a replica of the Starrag facility in Vuadens, Switzerland and it provides manufacturers with an opportunity to investigate a wide range of solution-based innovations that range from the small and compact s128 simultaneous 5-axis machining solution to the 36-axis s1000/C transfer machine with eight machining stations in a single footprint platform.

The Starrag-Bumotec virtual showroom
The Starrag-Bumotec virtual showroom

The virtual showroom enables manufacturers to view videos of individual machine tools, application demonstrations and machine specifications from the comfort of their connected devices.

As a system integrator of highly productive manufacturing solutions, the Bumotec virtual showroom gives engineers a flavour of what is possible when they invest in leading technology. The virtual showroom has a multitude of machines in the demonstration hall that include the Bumotec s128, Ringma XX, s191V, S191H, the s1000/C, S100multi, the s181, s100mono, the s200, the brand new s191neo as well as the SIP5000 and SIP7000 ultra-precision vertical boring and milling centres.

Lee Scott, director of sales and applications at Starrag says: “Starrag is the go-to machine tool partner for everything from ultra precision micro-machining through to heavy engineering applications. Our reputation as a solution integrator for clients is unparalleled across diverse industry sectors from the aerospace/turbines industry to the transport/industrial and precision/medtech markets.

Starrag’s virtual showroom enables manufacturers to view videos of machines, application demonstrations and machine specifications from their connected devices
Starrag’s virtual showroom enables manufacturers to view videos of machines, application demonstrations and machine specifications from their connected devices

“As a solution-based business, our new virtual showroom provides visitors with a sample of just what can be achieved through partnerships that deliver the lowest cost per part possible. We encourage manufacturers to view the virtual showroom and then come and speak to us at MACH 2024 regarding what we can offer.

“Since MACH 2022, we have launched several groundbreaking new machines and we have also completed a company merger with Tornos, a leading manufacturer of Swiss-type sliding head and multi-spindle machining centres. With so much to offer at MACH, the event promises to be a mouthwatering prospect for the Starrag-Tornos Group and visitors to our stand.”

Starrag
www.starrag.com
Hall 18, Stand 320

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