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History

Keep­ing an eye on the wish­es of our customers

The success of seven decades of company history proves us right: we always put the customer's wishes at the centre of our work. This is what makes us one of the leading companies in special machine construction to this day.
Dipl.-Ing. Hermann Reichenbacher

Dipl.-Ing. Hermann Reichenbacher

1954

Dipl.-Ing. Her­mann Reichen­bach­er founds the company.

1955

1955

1955

The first prod­ucts are launched on the mar­ket: man­u­al­ly guid­ed sculpt­ing copy­ing machines rev­o­lu­tionise tra­di­tion­al carv­ing and make the name Reichen­bach­er known worldwide.

1972

1972

1972

With the RANC-AM machine series, Reichen­bach­er man­u­fac­tures the first numer­i­cal­ly con­trolled machin­ing cen­tre for wood­work­ing and takes a step from machine builder towards sys­tem supplier.

1974

1974

The first machine series in series pro­duc­tion is cre­at­ed with the type RANC-AM and caus­es a sen­sa­tion through­out Europe. High eco­nom­ic effi­cien­cy due to devel­op­ment costs dis­trib­uted over the series is com­bined with excep­tion­al pro­duc­tiv­i­ty at a favourable price.

1985

1985

1985

The first car­dan­ic work­ing head is used in 5‑axis milling units. With this, Reichen­bach­er opens the way to spa­tial machining.

1997

1997

1997

The VISION machine series sets stan­dards in the field of wood­work­ing: It impress­es with first-class machin­ing options, out­stand­ing milling qual­i­ty and a con­sis­tent safe­ty concept.

1999

1999

1999

With for­ward-look­ing mul­ti-chan­nel tech­nol­o­gy, the ECO type is once again ahead of its time. High pro­duc­tiv­i­ty results, for exam­ple, in the machin­ing of fiber-rein­­forced sand­wich pan­els for the aero­space industry.

2003

2003

2003

At LIGNA 2003, the ARTIS series, a gen­er­a­tion of machines spe­cial­ly designed for the craft trade, is presented.

2004

2004

2004

As a 100% sub­sidiary of HAMUEL Maschi­nen­bau GmbH & Co. KG, Reichen­bach­er Hamuel GmbH is found­ed and inte­grat­ed into the SCHERDEL Group. The com­pa­ny increas­ing­ly becomes a sys­tem provider for com­plete man­u­fac­tur­ing solutions.

2007

2007

The new­ly devel­oped ECO‑O and ECO-NT machin­ing cen­tres are prov­ing their worth above all in alu­mini­um machin­ing for the auto­mo­tive industry.

2009

2009

2009

The VISION Pre­mi­um nov­el­ty is pre­sent­ed at LIGNA 2009.

2010

2010

2010

For the first time, the ECO-NT is built with two 5‑axis fork-type work­ing heads for alter­nate load­ing. This means that both units can also machine two com­po­nents in par­al­lel at the same time on one station.

2011

2011

2011

A spe­cial VISION-III‑T Sprint for machin­ing large parts such as glue-lam­i­­nat­ed beams, struc­tur­al tim­ber and mul­ti-lay­er boards guar­an­tees: Part machin­ing up to 46,000 x 2,000 mm, with trav­els of X = 50,000 mm, Y = 2,900 mm and Z = 870 mm. The 55 kW gim­bal-moun­t­ed work­ing unit can per­form 5‑axis saw­ing up to 1,000 mm diameter.

2013

2013

2013

Pre­sen­ta­tion of the new ECO-RS (inclined bed machine) and VISION-RC (sin­­gle-head system).

2016

2016

2016

The VISION-FLEX machine con­cept for alu­mini­um pro­file machin­ing of the high­est qual­i­ty is pre­sent­ed. This machine is an excel­lent choice in the auto­mo­tive indus­try. Price and per­for­mance ensure the high­est eco­nom­ic effi­cien­cy in the machin­ing of struc­tur­al components.

2017

2017

2017

The TUBE machine con­cept for high­ly dynam­ic par­al­lel machin­ing in two machin­ing areas is devel­oped and built for the first time. The cus­tomer ben­e­fits from low costs for ship­ping the machine. The TUBE is spe­cial­ly devel­oped for the inter­na­tion­al auto­mo­tive indus­try with its high qual­i­ty require­ments and its many for­eign locations.

2019

2019

2019

At LIGNA 2019 in Hanover, Reichen­bach­er Hamuel will be pre­sent­ing the new QUANTUM 5‑axis machin­ing cen­tre to a glob­al audi­ence for the first time. This com­pact class machine has been spe­cial­ly designed for car­pen­ters who want to enter the upmar­ket CNC tech­nol­o­gy in the field of stair­case, win­dow and door production.

2021

2021

2021

The mar­ket launch of the 5‑axis CNC machin­ing cen­tre OPUS makes it easy for the wood­work­ing trade to get start­ed with inno­v­a­tive CNC tech­nol­o­gy, because even com­pa­nies with rather lim­it­ed space will be thrilled.