Hardinge Inc. is a leading provider of machine tools to the world. The Company designs, manufactures and sells metal cutting machinery and related tooling and accessories of the highest precision and reliability generally available in the market. Well known to the marketplace for over 100 years, the names Hardinge and Hardinge Super-Precision are synonymous with lathes, workholding devices, and various tooling and attachments. Hardinge acquired Bridgeport’s worldwide operations from Bridgeport International, including the name, trademarks, copyrights, designs, patents, know-how, and all other intangibles associated with Bridgeport’s machine tool business throughout the world. Hardinge is the only authorized North American provider of repair parts and service for all Bridgeport milling machines and VMCs. Hardinge ranks as one of the world's largest manufacturers of collets, feed fingers, and other workholding devices. Go to www.hardingeworkholding.com for complete information. Hardinge offers a complete line of grinding machines, including Kellenberger® cylindrical OD, internal cylindrical, universal (ID/OD), the recently acquired Jones & Shipman grinding line, as well as a full line of HTT (Hauser Tripet Tschudin) CNC jig, ID/OD, and CNC external & cylindrical grinding machines. Application experts can design "customized" grinding automation systems to meet specific production requirements.
Hardinge to Acquire Voumard
Hardinge has entered an agreement to acquire the assets of the Voulmard Internal Diameter Grinding Business from Peter Wolters GmbH in Rendsburg, Germany.
Conquest H51 Turning Center Features Quick-Change Spindle
Hardinge Inc.’s turning center, the Conquest H51 Super-Precision bar machine, features the quick-change collet-ready spindle and is available in both high precision and Super Precision models.
Hardinge’s 5-Face Bridgeport VMCs for Maximum Capacity
These 4+1-axis VMCs are designed to achieve maximum capacity and performance in the job shop, OEM, aerospace, medical, electronic, defense, automotive and power generation industries, as well as many other manufacturing sectors, the company says.
C-Series Collets Used in Many Applications
Hardinge C-Series collets, in sizes ranging from 1C up to 25C, are used in manual and CNC lathes, mills, grinding machines, collet blocks and closers, indexers, rotary tables and tool holders.
Setting Up Collet Blocks for Multiple-Part Machining
Collet blocks can be used horizontally or vertically on mill tables, jig grinders, flat or angled fixture plates, tombstones or rotary trunnions.
Usach Announces New Sales Manager
Usach Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hardinge Inc., has appointed Daniel Rey sales manager for Usach.
Hardinge Inc. Acquires Forkardt Operations
The acquisition will reinforce leadership position as designer and manufacturer of workholding solutions for machine tools.
Hardinge SUPER-PRECISION Gang-Tool Turning Center is Designed for Medical Manufacturing
Gang-Tool Turning Center is Designed for Medical Manufacturing
Collet Systems for CNC Lathes
The company will showcase its FlexC vulcanized collet systems, which are designed as a substitute for three-jaw chucks for use with CNC lathes.
Turning, Grinding and Workholding for High-Precision Manufacturing
Hardinge offers two CNC turning centers and a Kellenberger Kel-Vista grinder, along with a presentation of workholding and rotary products.
Merging Turning and Automation
Hardinge Inc. recently demonstrated automated production of hydraulic spool valve housings on its T51 MSY SP Super-Precision turning center.
Hardinge Supports Pharmaceutical Market with Capsule Collets
Hardinge has been producing capsule collets for the leading capsule manufacturers in sizes of #00, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Four CNC Turning Centers for Small- to Medium-Sized Workpieces
Hardinge has added four turning centers in its GS series: the GS 42MS, GS 51MS, GS 150MS and GS 200MS.
What tooling do a multi-spindle automatic, a CNC lathe and a vertical machining center have in common?
The company originally known as Hardinge Brothers was founded in 1890 by Canadians, Henry and Franklin Hardinge.
Workholding Products for Small to Medium Parts Machining
Hardinge will display its workholding products for gripping parts to be turned, milled, ground, welded, assembled or positioned in the small-to-medium parts machining industry at IMTS 2012.
Hardinge Appoints Chairman of the Board
Hardinge Inc.’s board of directors has elected Richard L.
Collets for Swiss Turning
The company offers a quality Swiss-type collet for precision machining of small parts for the medical and aerospace industries.
High Accuracy From Direct-Drive Rotary Technology
Consider direct-drive, high-accuracy rotary tables when applying fourth-axis machining capability on the shop floor.
Turning Center with Automation
Hardinge Inc.’s GS 51 A turning center is an automation machine in addition to the GS 51 machine.