Comec’s ACF200 CNC cylinder boring/resurfacing machine introduces highly innovative solutions, making this machine faster and more practical to use.
These versatile machines are able to perform common jobs such as boring/sleeving, surfacing (heads and blocks), main and camshaft line boring, and general industrial CNC machining.
Rottler’s next generation 5-axis CNC multi-purpose machining center offers the precision and speed needed to reproduce cylinder heads with exceptional accuracy.
The GL 300S comes equipped with thermal compensation with sensors to maintain stable, dimensional results even during long working periods.
Now that Steve has everything setup in the 5-axis Centroid CNC, the real machine work has begun. Check out the progress on these billet aluminum heads.
This Romi Machining Center is equipped with a low maintenance, 40 big plus taper direct drive motor that improves stiffness, accuracy and allows increased depth of cut.
Romi’s C 1800H is part of the company’s C series heavy-duty flatbed CNC lathes.
Anthony and Elle Usher, veterans of the engine machining industry, have formed MEC CNC Machines based in California. “Our goal is to bring precision engine machining equipment to a broad range of customers servicing internal combustion engines,” says Anthony Usher. “Our clients rely on versatile equipment for manufacturing, modifying and rebuilding engines and related components.
The machine’s unique axis arrangement permits upside down machining, offering almost limitless possibilities for part machining.
Now more than ever, there’s a need for the precision and speed of a CNC in three-, four- and five-axis configurations as well as lathes.
The DCM 620-5X Hybrid is one of Romi’s complete line of hybrid manufacturing machine tools that combine traditional machining operations with 3D metallic additive manufacturing.