Methods Machine Tools, Inc.
65 Union Ave.
Sudbury, MA 01776 US
A Message from Methods Machine Tools, Inc.
As Seen In Production Machining
Additive Manufacturing Labs Sprouting Nationwide
Methods Machine Tools has formed a subsidiary called Methods 3D, which is a partnership between Methods and 3D Systems. The new business will establish additive manufacturing labs in its Methods’ technology centers located across the country.
Methods 3D Expands Presence for Additive Manufacturing Labs
3D System’s modular ‘Figure 4” cell was operating lights-out with Fanuc robotic arms, mass-producing multiple parts.
Feeler HV-1100V Reduces Peck-Drilling Vibration and Prevents Oscillation
The VMC’s reinforced cross-ribbed column structure and no counter-balance weight design is said to reduce peck-drilling vibration and prevent oscillation normally caused by a counter-balance weight.
HMC Design Offers Machining Rigidity
Methods Machine Tools will introduce the Kiwa-Japan Triple H40 HMC with a column traverse structure.
Multitasking Machine Produces Unique Medical Part
A turnkey multitasking center from Methods Machine Tools Inc. helped the company produce a high-tolerance, high-quality part.
Multitasking Turning Centers Enable Heavy-Duty Machining
Methods Machine Tool introduces the Nakamura-Tome NTRX-300 and the NTRX-300L multitasking turning centers.
Multitasking Turning Centers Enable Heavy-Duty Machining
Methods Machine Tool introduces the Nakamura-Tome NTRX-300 multitasking turning center.
Methods Machine Tools Appoints Jerry Rex as COO
The key appointment of Mr. Rex, a manufacturing industry veteran with more than 25 years of management experience, complements Methods’ strategic plans for future growth.
Millennial Multitasking Made Easy
CNC control software is being designed with features to better fit the tendencies of younger operators.
A Foundation for Minimum Quantity Lubrication
Nakamura-Tome's Smart X operating system is designed to make younger operators feel more comfortable with the machine control.
Methods to Host Nakamura-Tome Tech Days
On May 11-12, Methods Machine Tools Inc. will open its doors to exhibit the latest Nakamura-Tome multitasking turning centers and strategies for machining precision parts.
Methods Engineer Receives 30 Under 30 Award
Brittany Speroni was chosen by SME for her exceptional talent and leadership in STEM.
Methods Machine Tools Appoints General Manager of Phoenix Operations
Since 2007, Robert Nakash has held the position of sales engineer at Methods’ Phoenix, Arizona, branch.
Methods Machine Tools Appoints Peter Jung as Marketing Manager
Prior to joining Methods, Mr. Jung spent 4 years as deputy general manager of sales and marketing at Doosan Infracore America.
A New Source for Additive Manufacturing
Methods Machine Tools Inc. has entered into a partner agreement with 3D Systems to expand its manufacturing equipment portfolio to 3D printing, immediately offering 3D Systems’ full line of professional and production 3D printers and materials.
Methods Machine Tools Names New Tech Support Manager
Tony Campos will be based out of Methods Technology Center in Tempe, Arizona, and will support Methods' customers in western United States and Mexico.
Methods Multitasking Turning Center with Twin Spindles, Automation, and Advanced Software
Methods Machine Tools Inc.’s Nakamura-Tome NTRX-300, a multitasking turning center, features complete parts machining in one operation, with a built-in load/unload automation system and advanced operator recognition management software.
The Y of Multitasking
The Y axis has some primary capabilities that make it extremely efficient and cost effective in multitasking operations.
Methods Machine Tools Appoints New National Sales Manager
Methods Machine Tools Inc. has appointed James Kucharski as national sales manager for Nakamura-Tome in the U.S.
Multitasking Turning Center Offers Long Bed with Subspindle
Methods Machine Tools Inc. has introduced the Nakamura-Tome AS-200LMY-S subspindle machine, a multitasking turning center.
Methods Machine Tools has many long term machine builder partnerships including Nakamura Tome, Fanuc, Kiwa, Feeler, Yasda and most recently, 3D Systems. Methods has also partnered with dozens of leading suppliers for automation, to provide their customers with the best solutions possible. The company offers the most advanced technology in vertical, horizontal, and five axis machining, as well as multitasking CNC turning centers and EDM machines. State of the art robotics and customized automation give manufacturers supreme productions, fast tool changing and reduced cycle times, resulting in lower operating costs and higher profits. Methods also offers a full line of high speed drilling and tapping machines and has a wide range of die and mold solutions, wire EDM, 3D hard milling, die sinkers and 3D printing machines
The company offers their customers unmatched service and support to help them gain their competitive edge and a better way to manufacture. “There is no machine tool supplier in the world like Methods. Although Methods has a premier machine tool sales organization, we devote 90% of our resources to support, service, training and engineering. It’s what our customers need most,” said Bryon Deysher, Methods President/CEO. The company is committed to supporting their customers from selection to service. Customer support includes applications engineering, automation, service, training and financing.
Leading-edge precision machine tools and solutions.
Methods Machine Tools, Inc., in operation for over 55 years, is a leading supplier of precision machine tools, 3D printing solutions, automation and accessories, providing extensive applications engineering support, installation, parts, service and training through a network of large state-of-the-art technology centers and dealers throughout North America. Methods has developed many long term partnerships include Nakamura Tome for Turning Centers; Fanuc for Compact CNC Machining and Wire EDM; Kiwa-Japan for Expandable Horizontal Machining Centers; Feeler for Machining Centers, Turning Centers, Bridge Mills and Boring Mills; and Yasda for Jig Borers, Jig Mills, Precision Centers, and Micro Centers. Methods’ newest partner, 3D Systems, provides the most advanced and comprehensive 3D digital design and fabrication solutions available today. Methods has also partnered with dozens of leading suppliers for automation, tooling and fixtures, ancillary products, and quality control.
Methods Machine Tools Enters 3D Print Market With Full 3D Systems Line.
Methods Machine Tools and 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) have entered into a partner agreement. Under the new agreement, Methods will offer 3DS' full line of professional and production 3D printers and materials to its customers to enhance its portfolio of leading-edge precision machine tools and solutions for traditional manufacturing with advanced 3D printing solutions for additive manufacturing.
Methods brings over 55 years of experience in machine tools and solutions, in addition to extensive expertise in applications, engineering, service and support. To spearhead its entrance into the 3D printer market, Methods will add dedicated 3D printing sales, application engineering and support teams to its seven regional offices throughout the U.S., and will create a state-of-the-art 3D printing showroom with a range of capabilities in each location.
Methods will put a strong strategic focus on 3DS' Direct Metal Printers (DMP) to deliver enhanced solutions to their customers. By leveraging their expertise in metal precision machining and applications across industries such as aerospace, medical, automotive and electronics, Methods will bring advanced digital manufacturing solutions through DMP to its customer base of over 30,000 companies.
"We selected 3D Systems as our partner to bring 3D digital fabrication solutions to our customers based on their industry leadership, wide range of solutions, continuous innovation and support," said Bryon Deysher, President & CEO of Methods Machine Tools, Inc. "We are excited to expand our portfolio of precision machine tool solutions to bring additive manufacturing, and especially Direct Metal Printing, to our customers to help them meet the most demanding applications."
"We are excited to partner with Methods to bring our full range of 3D printers to their customer base to complement their machining and automation capabilities," said Mark Wright, Chief Operating Officer, 3DS. "Methods brings a deep understanding of metalworking manufacturing applications and a strong commitment to service and support, and will extend our coverage to new customers looking to add digital fabrication solutions to their products."