STADCO acquires new JOMACH 245 five-axis vertical machining center
So. Californias Largest Tooling House Grows
Los Angeles, CA (September 24, 1998) One of the nations longest established and largest tooling design, engineering, fabricating and machining firms has just acquired a major new piece of equipment that further enlarges capacity for large, complex, high-precision machining. STADCO has just purchased a JOMACH 245 five-axis heavy duty and high-speed vertical machining center.
The new JOMACH will join six other five-axis machining centers in the STADCO facility, and with a capacity of 14 x 20 with 5 of ram travel, will be the largest. The 245 is equipped with three changeable heads with a maximum 16,000 RPM on one of the three. With the new center, STADCO will be able to offer up to 600 inches per minute positioning speed for high speed milling. Integrating the latest technology for this type of machining center, the 245 has a 32 position automatic tool changer and Renishaw Automatic Measuring Probe System.
STADCO is the largest tooling house in Southern California. With this acquisition, STADCO is now a national leader in five-axis tooling and parts manufacturing. At a time when other firms are expanding facilities, we are expanding our capabilities and services, which we believe is more important to our customers.
Since 1941, STADCO has built an international reputation for applying leading edge technology and world-class expertise to the design, engineering, fabricating and machining of complex, high-precision, close-tolerance parts, assemblies and tooling. Its clients come from the domestic and international aerospace, defense, high tech research and commercial sectors. STADCO's website is located at www.stadco.com.
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