Extensive visitor interest in Mikron's "new" machining center

Exhibition for Metal Working - AMB 2010 in Stuttgart

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Participation in this year's metal working exhibition, the AMB 2010 in Stuttgart, was a huge success for Mikron Machining. At the centre of the presentation was the further development of the Multistep XT-200 machining system. Presented under the heading "Advantage through modularity", a machine concept was introduced which captured the essence of the era. Attendees visiting the booth displayed serious interest. The quality of the contacts made was exceptional.

One of the greatest challenges presently facing the machining industry is the ability to react to immense fluctuation in order volumes with speed and flexibility. The Multistep promises to be the perfect solution. The configuration of the machine is strictly modular. More precisely, each of the up to four machining modules is a conventional machining center. This entirely new viewing of the Multistep concept amazed the many interested visitors. With the Multistep, Mikron Machining offers the flexibility of a machining center combined with the precision and productivity of a transfer machine. Furthermore, because of the modular format, investment options can be added on a step-by-step basis.

Mikron Machining is the leading supplier of high productive machining solutions for the manufacturing of complex high precision components made of metal.
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