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CNC Brands You Can Trust

The most trusted brand in the market –

We often hear or read this phrase whenever we come across ads or in-person pitches from marketing assistants wherein they state/claim that they are part of the top most brands among their respective categories, if not the best. However, with all the brands claiming they are the “most trusted brand in the market” – who are really the brands that we can truly trust to deliver? For Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines, the highly recommended brands are Makino, Okuma, Mazak, Haas, and DMG Mori. Get to know more about these respectable brands and understand why they stood out among the rest.

Makino – Tagline: “Promise of Performance”
This brand is highly recognized as the “most advanced machining centers”. This was a brand that was founded by Tsunezo Makino and is the same person who invented the Horizontal Machining Center. To date, the brand now sells a range of various CNC machines namely the –

These machines are now trusted and being sold to 41 countries and is reputed for their ability to produce parts with excellent quality (+ less waste and repair) and their usage of updated software and digital to make sure that the machines are efficient in the manufacturing process.

Okuma – Tagline: “Open Possibilities”
With its humble beginnings as makers of noodle making machines in 1898, a.k.a the Okuma Noodle Machine Co. This Japan-made brand was founded by Mr. Eiichi Okuma and later started to manufacture other manufacturing tools in the year 1904. To date, the company offers a wide range of CNC machines –

Their machines are reputed for accuracy, power, flexibility, and stability to ensure maximum productivity for your manufacturing operation.

Mazak – Tagline: “The Global Leader in Machine Tools”
Also known as Yamazaki Mazak – this brand was established in the year 1919 and was founded by Sadakichi Yamazaki in Nagoya. The company started as a manufacturer of Straw Mat Weaving Machinery then later began designing Lathes and Milling machines. With the non-stop innovations, the company now offers a wide range of variety of CNC machines, namely –

  • Multi-tasking machines
  • CNC turning centers, Vertical machining centers
  • Double column machining centers
  • Horizontal machining centers
  • CNC laser processing machines
  • FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System)
  • CNC systems, CAD/CAM system
  • Production support software

Their latest innovated CNC machine is the 3D Fiber Laser Processing Machine (a.k.a. FG-220). With a wide variety of machine choices, it is important to remember that the machines designed by Mazak are versatile and versed at ensuring productivity for your manufacturing operation.

Haas – Tagline: “Official Machine Tool”
Haas Automation, Inc. was founded by Gene Haas in 1983 with its first machine – the automated collet indexer and turned out to be a huge success for the company. It was in the year 1987 when Haas have developed their first Vertical Machining Center. This company is renowned for their producing top-tier CNC machine tools and manufactures their products at their facility located in Oxnard California. To date, the company offers these six (6) complete product lines –

  • Vertical Machining Centers
  • Horizontal Machining Centers
  • Turning Centers
  • Multi-Axis Solutions
  • Rotaries and Indexers
  • Automation

DMG Mori – Tagline: “Dynamic. Excellence – Worldwide”
The leading machine tool company and global manufacturer of CNC machines (specifically Turning and Milling machines), DMG Mori began as a manufacturer of Textile machine in Yamato-Koriyama City, Nara Prefecture on 1948 and began manufacturing Lathes on 1958. With their goal to become the first choice machine tool company for all their customers, the company strive to deliver excellence on their innovations. To date, the company offer three major products: CNC Machines, Automation, and Integrated Digitization. For the CNC machines, the company sells six (6) types –

  • Turning
  • Milling
  • Ultrasonic
  • Lasertec
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Grinding

Swamped with all the brands claiming to be number one in the market, always choose the more experienced and trusted by those in the manufacturing business. These top five (5) CNC brands uses state-of-the-line tools and are designed to produce high quality products cost-efficiently to ensure profit and success for your manufacturing business.

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