The concept of Swiss Screw Machines is nothing new – it was first used in the 1800s, the collet chuck getting patented in the 19th century (1870s). 1960 saw Swiss screw machines gaining its momentum. The first CNC Swiss Screw machine was introduced in the late 1970s, and a decade later, they found their niche in the electronics industry. This machine type is also popular amongst Swiss watchmakers.
Swiss Screw machines are much sophisticated now. Improved designs, servomotors and CNC controls have given today’s Swiss machines and operators much more liberty to produce highly precise and complex parts faster, better. They are now widely used in preparing CNC machined parts for medical and aerospace applications – industries that cannot afford imprecise components.
Machining Design Associated Ltd. offering to the CNC world – Swiss Screw machines. Powerful counterparts that take care of smaller and much complex CNC machined parts, so you can use up your lathes for much larger and extensive parts.