For diverse Geometries & Specific Technologies
The workpieces in these different categories have a lot in common: complex geometries, a wide variety of materials, individual customer requirements, and the associated use of specific technologies. As a technology provider, we not only apply well-known technologies at a high level, but also program specific technologies with high precision for your requirements. Be it B-axis/Traori turning, deep hole drilling, screw machining or machining with boring bars - the NSH Group is your partner for components from the mechanical engineering, plastics, and food industries.
In addition to single machines, we also plan and implement complete production lines for machining from single parts to large series. This competence is based on the synergies of our product programs within the NSH Group and the close cooperation with other well-known manufacturers.
As a research and development partner, we are also reliably at your side for trial machining.
Our horizontal lathes and our horizontal turning-milling machining centers are used for machining workpieces from all three sectors of the mechanical engineering, plastics, and food industries. Due to the high variety of options for technology integration and the modular design of the machines, we are able to meet the high customer-specific requirements of these industries.
Here you can see three typical examples of workpieces for the Engineering, Synthetics, Food industry:
When a machine tool manufacturer and a tool manufacturer known for boring and fine boring tools get together for a joint project, extraordinary results are guaranteed. NILES-SIMMONS and MAPAL have come together to develop a process that dramatically reduces the machining time of stator housings (or inner housing, cooling jacket, coolin sleeve, motor housing) for electric motors in the e‑mobility sector and also features innovative details.
In today’s market place, the most important driving forces in the field of automotive industry are sustainability, resource conservation and economic efficiency. These trends do not only drive the development of new innovative technologies and final configurations for new products, but also push the ever-increasing requirements of the manufacturers to find new cost-efficient manufacturing concepts for the production of the existing components in production.