CNC milling machines
CNC-technology at its best
We have made a name for ourselves worldwide as a manufacturer of first-class CNC milling machines. At the site in Dörfles-Esbach near Coburg, 5‑axis machining centers are developed and manufactured that have the highest safety standards and are used in aircraft, automotive, ship and rail vehicle construction as well as in the woodworking industry or by manufacturers of components made of aluminum, plastic or composite materials. In the field of additive manufacturing, we are breaking completely new ground with customer-oriented solutions in industrial applications.
Reichenbacher Hamuel GmbH currently employs more than 220 people and is a subsidiary of the group of companies of the SCHERDELGroup, a major automotive supplier that currently employs around 6,300 people.
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For the third time, numerous representatives from the timber construction industry met at Reichenbacher Hamuel at the end of October for an expert meeting. The topic was industrial production in timber construction, and around 30 guests attended the event at the company’s headquarters. A further 90 followed the presentations online, which focussed on thinking and manufacturing in modular construction in an industrial context.
The small Nos joinery from the Wetterau district of Hesse has arrived in the modern CNC world: Founded in 1949, the company said goodbye to tedious, old-fashioned manufacturing a year ago. The ideal entry into CNC technology was provided by the Opus machining center from Reichenbacher.
Companies in industry and trade face a major challenge when it comes to automation. Because machines alone are not enough — in order to guarantee consistently high product quality, intelligent software must be used so that employees can control processes, operate machines and carry out programming without errors, even after only a short training period.