EMAG LLC

38800 Grand River Avenue
Farmington Hills, MI 48335 US

As Seen In Production Machining

Shop Turns to Vertical Turning for Small Batch Sizes
Vertical turning lathes are often used for large batch sizes, but a Swiss gear manufacturer is using the machines to produce small batch sizes of precision gears and transmission components.

Rollfeed Turning by Vandurit and EMAG

A Rolling Cutting Tool Boosts Turning Efficiency
Rollfeed turning adds a third axis to turning operations that moves simultaneously with the X and Z axes to “roll” the cutting tool with a special insert geometry across the surface of the part. The result is reduced machining times, minimized tooling costs and high surface qualities.

Vertical Turning Machine

Programming Considerations for Inverted Vertical Turning
Since its inception, the self-loading/unloading design of inverted vertical turning machines has evolved to include multitasking operations that augment its original task of turning. This article looks at ways to optimize the programming of these machines and to take advantage of the multiple operations available for workpiece processing. 

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Vertical Turning in Electric Motor Production
As the demand for electric motors in the automotive industry grows, new transmission systems will continue to become more efficient. Here’s a vertical turning solution to address the productivity challenges associated with the demanding manufacturing process for related shaft components.

Grinding in the Multitasking Mix
While different approaches to multitasking have been around for a while, shops often aren’t aware of many of the advantages these machines offer.

Paying it Forward
We all know that Detroit is undergoing rough times. However there are good things happening in and around the Motor City.

Hard Turning with Inverted Vertical Turning Centers
When it comes to the machining of hardened surfaces, hard turning is a particularly efficient solution that, compared with grinding, offers a radical reduction of machining times and investment costs.

Small Grinding Center Offers Big Productivity Boost
This vertical grinding center for small chucked components with a maximum diameter of 100 mm was developed specifically to meet increasingly higher output levels and shorter cycle times.

Electrochemical Machining for Medical, Aerospace and More
Workpieces with complex contours often feature sections that are not easy to machine because they are difficult to access.

Combining Hard Turning and Grinding
A combination machine that is capable of both turning and grinding work in a single setup might provide the capabilities a shop needs to address an ever changing work flow.

Reducing Cycle Times with Vertical Turning
Here's a look at Emag's 250 platform, the company's latest lineup of inverted vertical turning lathes.

Dry Hard Turning

Hard Turning and Grinding on a Single Machine
Combining multiple technologies on a single machine makes the machining process more complex, but the advantages of consistent integration of such functionality can be worth the effort.

inverted vertical close-up

Vertical Turning Upside Down
Using the main spindle for double-duty machining and workpiece load/unload makes sense. It’s a simple idea that has grown in sophistication from turning to multitasking. This article looks at the state of the art using inverted vertical turning for precision volume production.

Product Categories of EMAG LLC

Automated System & Cells for Material Joining
Deburring Machines
Gear Hobbing Machines
Grinding Machines, Cylindrical OD
Grinding Machines, Internal Cylindrical
Grinding Machines, Universal (ID/OD)
Thread Cutting Machines
Turning Centers, Inverted Vertical, CNC
Welding Machines & Equipment

Trade Names

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Karstens
Kopp
Naxos-Union
Reinecker