By combining innovative Makino machine tools and software with game-changing support from Makino Engineering Services, companies of every size are increasing their performance on a global EDM stage. The flexibility of Makino technology allows for EDM solutions at all levels to help further reduce operational costs.
With more than 140 patents, we leverage technology and innovation in every EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining). It gives our machines an edge over any other solution. With Makino machines on the shop floor, companies can achieve faster processing times, lower costs and superior surface finishes for even the most complex part geometries.
We’ve improved machine productivity by intelligently streamlining the interface. Your operators work faster and more efficiently with a touchscreen control that’s as easy to use as a tablet. Reduce operator errors with built-in operation steps and instant access to video tutorials and help functions.
We’re helping clients build medical hand tools, aerospace housings, jigs and surface fixtures with higher quality and speed. Our machines burn hotter, cutting parts 18 to 44 percent faster while holding tolerances of straightness to 0.0127 mm (T.I.R.) with one pass and 0.005 mm (T.I.R) with two passes.
Our exclusive process technology found on Makino’s complete line of Sinker EDMs that use a proprietary nontoxic powder called µSC and mixed into the dielectric fluid that helps produce superior surface finishes in a significantly shorter time.
GS-CUT is an exclusive Makino technology that increases straightness up to 40 percent. The result is that fewer passes are required compared to conventional wire EDM approaches. Makino’s GS_CUT technology automatically selects optimum machining parameters.
T.G. Control produces unmatched surface quality that is free from wire gouge lines and dimensional errors caused by uneven or stepped work pieces.
The high quality and high precision results, once thought as near impossible to achieve, can eliminate the need for post-process hand polishing.
Machine networking application facilitates machine-to-machine and machine-to-PC virtual connectivity for improved efficiencies AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – December 12, 2017 – With the release of HyperConnect, Makino offers a suite of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications for electrical...
Next-generation design delivers higher spindle power and advanced motion controls while retaining full interchangeability with existing systems MASON, Ohio – June 20, 2017 – Makino is pleased to reveal the next-generation MAG3.EX 5-axis horizontal machining center, a proven machine...