Marubeni Citizen - Cincom Inc.
40 Boroline Rd.
Allendale, NJ 07401 US
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Marubeni Citizen-Cincom was founded in 1984 to market and service Citizen’s CINCOM family of Swiss-type turning centers. This venture represents the amalgamation of two of Japan’s largest and most highly regarded companies, Marubeni Corp. and Citizen Watch Company. Marubeni began operation more than 140 years ago as a rural trading company specializing in yarn and textiles. Today it is one of Japan’s nine largest trading companies, which together account for more than 40% of Japan’s exports and 60% of its imports. It actively trades more than 30,000 products and services, including textiles, chemicals, machinery, energy, and a broad spectrum of consumer products. It employs more than 10,000 people, maintains almost 200 offices in 82 countries, and generates revenues of $79 billion annually.
Marubeni Citizen Hosts Celebration at IMTS for 30 Years in U.S.
Guests were treated like family at the Shedd Aquarium dinner and reception.
Swiss-Type Lathe Offers B Axis and Removable Guide Bushing
Marubeni Citizen-Cincom will introduce its L20 Type XII Swiss-type lathe featuring B-axis controllable rotary tools.
Hitting the Target with Creative Workholding
While growth has been steady in its Swiss operations, this archery equipment supplier’s most drastic improvements have come at the hands of the workholding systems on its VMCs.
CNC Programming Software Increases Precision and Speed
Programming by hand was once a reality for IM Torneria (Bologna, Italy). However, when projects with complicated components became the norm for the shop, it was obvious to the company that CAM was needed.
L20XII Swiss-Type Lathe Offers B Axis and Removable Guide Bushing
The L20 Type XII, part of Marubeni Citizen-Cincom’s L Series Innovation lineup, contains B-axis controllable rotary tools.
Medical Machining is in the Genes
Sometimes it’s difficult to stay away. This company is an example of a precision machining family that simply can’t stop doing what it does.
Things are Hot in Japan: Week 2
After a somewhat gypsy-like first week, three hotels in 5 days, we settled into the Marriott in Nagoya as our base of operations for Week 2’s plant visits.
A Swiss Shop’s Next Generation
The shallow talent pool of available skilled machinists can be an even bigger obstacle to the shop that is rapidly growing. Perhaps the best solution is to attack the problem from within.
Marshall Manufacturing Chosen to Produce DrillStops
Marshall Manufacturing Company was chosen by Dr.Emil Verben to manufacture DrillStops.
Grinding on a Swiss
This shop owner has developed a unique, and effective, approach to delivering a burr-free, tight-tolerance part.
Swiss-Type Lathe, Bar Machine Offer Flexibility
The Cincom M432VIII Swiss-type lathe and Miyano BNA-42MSY multitasking bar machine will be among 13 other machines showcased by Marubeni Citizen-Cincom.
Optimizing B Axis on Gang Tool-Based Swiss Machines
This technological innovation has been increasing in popularity as well as multitasking sophistication.
Stepping Up to Unattended Machining
Lights out, unattended machining is a goal for many precision machined parts manufacturers. For many parts using easily machined materials, the process is fairly straightforward. However, this Ohio shop uses a systematic process to maximize unattended machining of more difficult materials.
Technical Member Profile: Marubeni Citizen-Cincom
Marubeni Citizen-Cincom (MCC) was founded in 1984 to market and service the company’s line of Swiss-type turning centers.
Bar Loaders Provide Synchronization Through Shared Control
The Citizen CAV bar loader (engineered for use exclusively with Cincom Swiss-type turning centers) is configured to the speeds, torque, power and axis movements of the Cincom machine, allowing it to respond with the precise movements needed for optimum precision, performance and productivity, the company says. CAV and the Cincom share the same CNC controller and the same electrical system.
Swiss-Type Lathe Features Additional Y-Axis
The latest version of the company’s L-Series line, the eight-axis L20X, incorporates Y-axis movement for the subspindle side and can be loaded with 30 tools.
Variety of Lathes, Turning Centers on Display
The company will display four Swiss-type lathes and three turning centers.
Take the Highland Road
From programming to setup to production, this Ohio job shop plans everything it does around untended machining. The company has been refining the process for more than a decade and has become very good at it.
CNC Swiss Delivers in Many Ways
Designed to efficiently process long, slender parts for the watch industry, the Swiss-type screw machine has evolved well beyond its original application niche.
Variety of Turning Centers
The BNX-42SY is a single turret turning center based on the BNJ twin turret machine.