Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.
123 Powerhouse Rd.
PO Box 9
Roslyn Heights, NY 11577 US
A Message from Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.
As Seen In Production Machining
Teaming Up in the Swiss Shop
This company capitalizes on employee empowerment and creativity to strengthen the work environment, improve production numbers and exceed customer expectations.
10-Axis Swiss-Type Automatic Lathe Handles Barstock Up to 1.5” Diameter
Rigid machine construction is designed to handle barstock up to 1.500” in diameter.
A Youthful Approach to Production Machining
Growing up in the industry helped this young shop owner learn key strategies for getting the most from his machines.
Tornos and Star CNC Showfloor Demos at PMTS
There are several education tracks available at this year’s edition, and on Thursday of the show, there are two more showfloor demonstrations that attendees can take advantage of.
Swiss-Type Machine Line Ranges in Size up to 38 mm
Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.’s SV-38 model represents the latest in Star’s technology, ranging in size up to 38 mm.
Swiss-Type Lathe Enables Efficient Programming
The SW-20 Swiss-type automatic lathe from Star CNC Machine Tool offers mechanical and control system capabilities designed for fast machining of complex components.
SW-20 Swiss-Type Automatic Lathe Cuts Production Time
Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.’s SW-20, a Swiss-type automatic lathe equipped with cutting-edge software, enables complex components to be manufactured quickly.
Three-Turret Machine Reduces Overall Machining Time
Star CNC’s ST-38 features three-turret technology with simultaneous machining of as many as three tools in cut with 1.5" capacity.
Medical Parts are Redefining Swiss-Type Machining
Machining for medical devices is changing what constitutes a Swiss-type part.
Everybody talks about unattended machining operations and many have implemented it in varying degrees. Since day one, this Dayton, Ohio shop has never operated any other way.
Range of Swiss-Type Lathes On Display
Star CNC Machine Tool Corp will showcase its newest Swiss-type lathes, the SR-20RIV and the SW-20, along with a range of familiar models with enhancements that are said to provide customers in the medical, aviation and automotive industries with reduced costs and improved quality and productivity.
Optimizing B Axis on Gang Tool-Based Swiss Machines
This technological innovation has been increasing in popularity as well as multitasking sophistication.
Star CNC’s SF-25 Turning Center for Small Precision Parts
Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.’s SF‐25 turn-mill lathe is composed of a 24‐station toolchanger and ten‐station turret with as many as three tools in each station.
Finding Better Ways to Compete
This Indiana shop has reinvented itself to succeed in a tough market that many have abandoned to foreign competition—fasteners. It’s a story of change, response and adjustment that has allowed the company to navigate through mine fields of industry change and our great recession to exit as a stronger and better business.
Large-Capacity Multi-Turret for Complex Jobs
The ST-38 represents the latest in the company’s multi-turret technology and features capacity to machine components ranging in size to 38 mm.
CNC Swiss-Type with Triple Turret
The ST-38 CNC Swiss-type automatic lathe, with its triple turret design, enables more capability for machining components for the medical, automotive and aviation industries.
The Pursuit of Perfection
The “Pursuit of Perfection” is how Acero Precision defines its mission and while such lofty words make nice copy, all one needs to do is visit this contract manufacturer to experience how serious the company is about the technology, personnel and processes necessary to make it more than an abstract goal.
PM News: January 2011
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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.
2010 Series of Swiss-Types
The ST-38 Swiss-type machine is part of the company’s 2010 series and features the most current multiturret technology that facilitates a larger capacity for machining components (up to 38mm). The machine’s triple-turret design was specifically created to capitalize on simultaneous capabilities in an effort to reduce overall machining time – a significant benefit realized by the medical, aviation and automotive industries.