Hurco Companies, Inc.

Machining Center offers 2.6 m Y-axis travel with no rigidity loss.
Communication Systems & Equipment

Machining Center offers 2.6 m Y-axis travel with no rigidity loss.

With respective X-, Y-, and Z-axis travels of 4.2, 2.6, and 1.1 m, 51 ton DCX42i twin column, bridge type, vertical spindle machining center supports single components up to 16 tons on cast-iron table and exhibits thermal stability for accurate machining. Spindle (60 kW), mounted in vertical ram of box-construction, can be supplied with max speed of 6,000 or 10,000 rpm, and tool magazine has 40...

Read More »
Hurco to Launch Nine New Machines Plus Software Enhancements
Agricultural & Farming Products

Hurco to Launch Nine New Machines Plus Software Enhancements

As MACH 2014 is the first national machine tool exhibition in the UK since Hurco redesigned its entire range of machining centres and lathes, every model on show in Birmingham will be new. The company will demonstrate six machining centres and two CNC lathes sporting the latest logo and livery, plus a representative model from its agency range of high-speed machining centres manufactured by...

Read More »
Hurco Ends the Year on a High after Successful Open House
Agricultural & Farming Products

Hurco Ends the Year on a High after Successful Open House

Orders for 10 machining centres and CNC lathes to the value of Â-£500,000 were taken by Hurco Europe at its three-day open house in December 2013, during which it welcomed 75 engineers from 50 manufacturing companies. David Waghorn, managing director, commented, It capped a very successful year, which saw 130 companies buying our machines for the first time, representing 42 per cent of...

Read More »
Oil and Gas Specialist Moves into 5-Axis Machining
Communication Systems & Equipment

Oil and Gas Specialist Moves into 5-Axis Machining

With a BP quality award hanging on its office wall alongside a platinum award from Cameron Subsea Systems confirming 24 consecutive months' delivery of zero defect products, Blantyre-based Quadscot Precision Engineers is a leading Scottish subcontractor serving the offshore oil and gas sector. For its prismatic machining requirements, until recently the company relied on 3-axis vertical machining...

Read More »
Hurco to Stress Breadth of Machine Range for Producing Prismatic and Turned Parts
Communication Systems & Equipment

Hurco to Stress Breadth of Machine Range for Producing Prismatic and Turned Parts

The main theme of Hurco's participation at MACH 2012 will be to show how much the company's machine tool range has expanded in a relatively short time. Nine representative machines from the company's vertical machining centre and CNC lathe programmes will be on show. There will also be a 5-axis, high-speed machining centre from Roeders, Germany, for which Hurco acts as sole agent in the UK and...

Read More »
Large Machining Centre Differentiates Subcontractor from Its Competitors
Communication Systems & Equipment

Large Machining Centre Differentiates Subcontractor from Its Competitors

Few contract machinists in Scotland have a modern, vertical machining centre to match the 2,200 x 1,700 x 750 mm capacity of the Hurco twin-column, bridge-type DCX22 installed at the Coylton works of Ayrshire Precision. This was precisely why managing director, Bert Bradford, purchased the machine on spec in February 2011. Since taking the plunge, the company has secured new work in each of its...

Read More »
Hurco Machines Underpin Subcontractor's Ongoing Expansion
Agricultural & Farming Products

Hurco Machines Underpin Subcontractor's Ongoing Expansion

Over the past few years, there has been a significant increase in research and development activity at medical device manufacturing facilities around Galway, while the same area in the west of Ireland has also seen a surge in the growth of companies in the biosciences field. One contract machinist that was quick to spot these trends is ISO 9001:2008-accredited Riteway Engineering, located on the...

Read More »
New Turning and Machining Centres to Be Launched by Hurco
Communication Systems & Equipment

New Turning and Machining Centres to Be Launched by Hurco

A total of eight machine tools, of which three will be on show for the first time in Europe, will be cutting metal on the Hurco stand at EMO 2011. Demonstrating the manufacturer's ever-broadening product range, the exhibits will include three different configurations of 5-axis machining centre as well as larger and multi-axis lathes. The new machines will include the BX30U machining centre, a...

Read More »
Hurco Announces Higher Performance at No Extra Cost
Communication Systems & Equipment

Hurco Announces Higher Performance at No Extra Cost

Hurco has launched a major upgrade of its best-selling, compact-footprint VM range of vertical machining centres. The improvements include adding around 50 mm to the Y and Z axes and providing a 10,000 rpm spindle as standard. Designated VM10, VM20 and VM30, the new models also have a faster, electronic, 20-station swing-arm toolchanger to minimise non-cutting time and further improve...

Read More »
Turning Center mills complex components in single set-up.
Communication Systems & Equipment

Turning Center mills complex components in single set-up.

With 64 mm bar capacity, TMX8 has maximum cutting diameter of 345 mm, cutting length of up to 533 mm, and positioning accuracy of ±5 microns. Unit has main spindle power of 27 kW and allows 307 Nm of torque to be generated at 833 rpm. Live cutters with 7 kW peak power and capable of 5,000 rpm may be fitted in each of 12 VDI tool positions in servo-driven turret, while station-to-station...

Read More »
Company News

Hurco Forms Preferred Partnership with BMO Automation

INDIANAPOLIS – Hurco Companies, Inc., continued its commitment to help customers navigate the ever-evolving technology landscape by partnering with BMO Automation, a company that shares Hurco’s mission to help manufacturers increase productivity and profitability. “Our customers tell us that ‘finding qualified machinists’ is the primary impediment to their company’s growth,” said...

Read More »
Machining Center offers 2.6 m Y-axis travel with no rigidity loss.
Communication Systems & Equipment

Machining Center offers 2.6 m Y-axis travel with no rigidity loss.

With respective X-, Y-, and Z-axis travels of 4.2, 2.6, and 1.1 m, 51 ton DCX42i twin column, bridge type, vertical spindle machining center supports single components up to 16 tons on cast-iron table and exhibits thermal stability for accurate machining. Spindle (60 kW), mounted in vertical ram of box-construction, can be supplied with max speed of 6,000 or 10,000 rpm, and tool magazine has 40...

Read More »
Hurco to Launch Nine New Machines Plus Software Enhancements
Agricultural & Farming Products

Hurco to Launch Nine New Machines Plus Software Enhancements

As MACH 2014 is the first national machine tool exhibition in the UK since Hurco redesigned its entire range of machining centres and lathes, every model on show in Birmingham will be new. The company will demonstrate six machining centres and two CNC lathes sporting the latest logo and livery, plus a representative model from its agency range of high-speed machining centres manufactured by...

Read More »
Hurco Ends the Year on a High after Successful Open House
Agricultural & Farming Products

Hurco Ends the Year on a High after Successful Open House

Orders for 10 machining centres and CNC lathes to the value of Â-£500,000 were taken by Hurco Europe at its three-day open house in December 2013, during which it welcomed 75 engineers from 50 manufacturing companies. David Waghorn, managing director, commented, It capped a very successful year, which saw 130 companies buying our machines for the first time, representing 42 per cent of...

Read More »
Oil and Gas Specialist Moves into 5-Axis Machining
Communication Systems & Equipment

Oil and Gas Specialist Moves into 5-Axis Machining

With a BP quality award hanging on its office wall alongside a platinum award from Cameron Subsea Systems confirming 24 consecutive months' delivery of zero defect products, Blantyre-based Quadscot Precision Engineers is a leading Scottish subcontractor serving the offshore oil and gas sector. For its prismatic machining requirements, until recently the company relied on 3-axis vertical machining...

Read More »
Hurco to Stress Breadth of Machine Range for Producing Prismatic and Turned Parts
Communication Systems & Equipment

Hurco to Stress Breadth of Machine Range for Producing Prismatic and Turned Parts

The main theme of Hurco's participation at MACH 2012 will be to show how much the company's machine tool range has expanded in a relatively short time. Nine representative machines from the company's vertical machining centre and CNC lathe programmes will be on show. There will also be a 5-axis, high-speed machining centre from Roeders, Germany, for which Hurco acts as sole agent in the UK and...

Read More »
Large Machining Centre Differentiates Subcontractor from Its Competitors
Communication Systems & Equipment

Large Machining Centre Differentiates Subcontractor from Its Competitors

Few contract machinists in Scotland have a modern, vertical machining centre to match the 2,200 x 1,700 x 750 mm capacity of the Hurco twin-column, bridge-type DCX22 installed at the Coylton works of Ayrshire Precision. This was precisely why managing director, Bert Bradford, purchased the machine on spec in February 2011. Since taking the plunge, the company has secured new work in each of its...

Read More »
Hurco Machines Underpin Subcontractor's Ongoing Expansion
Agricultural & Farming Products

Hurco Machines Underpin Subcontractor's Ongoing Expansion

Over the past few years, there has been a significant increase in research and development activity at medical device manufacturing facilities around Galway, while the same area in the west of Ireland has also seen a surge in the growth of companies in the biosciences field. One contract machinist that was quick to spot these trends is ISO 9001:2008-accredited Riteway Engineering, located on the...

Read More »
New Turning and Machining Centres to Be Launched by Hurco
Communication Systems & Equipment

New Turning and Machining Centres to Be Launched by Hurco

A total of eight machine tools, of which three will be on show for the first time in Europe, will be cutting metal on the Hurco stand at EMO 2011. Demonstrating the manufacturer's ever-broadening product range, the exhibits will include three different configurations of 5-axis machining centre as well as larger and multi-axis lathes. The new machines will include the BX30U machining centre, a...

Read More »
Hurco Announces Higher Performance at No Extra Cost
Communication Systems & Equipment

Hurco Announces Higher Performance at No Extra Cost

Hurco has launched a major upgrade of its best-selling, compact-footprint VM range of vertical machining centres. The improvements include adding around 50 mm to the Y and Z axes and providing a 10,000 rpm spindle as standard. Designated VM10, VM20 and VM30, the new models also have a faster, electronic, 20-station swing-arm toolchanger to minimise non-cutting time and further improve...

Read More »

All Topics