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Milling at its best with the technology leader from Gosheim 

User report | "Digitalisation: the foundation for automation"

High variance and different batch sizes can cause many a contract manufacturer to panic – but not microart. The manufacturer of complex precision parts creates digital structures, which it combines with automated 5-axis machining centres from Hermle. The result: efficient milling with flexible capacity.

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Hermle Open House 2024

16.04 -19.04.2024

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HERMLE’s business performance in the third quarter of 2023 more stable than expected

Group turnover up by 20% to €m 381 after nine months

Number of orders decreased by 11% to €m 374

2023 sales and results will definitely be at the upper end of forecast - opportunity for slightly higher growth

 

 

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Product-Special robot system RS 1

One system, numerous features, endless possibilities:

  • Maximum productivity on an installation area of only 12 m²
  • Flexible pallet and workpiece handling around the clock
  • Machine adaptation freely selectable: Adaptation of one or more machining centres possible
  • Simple and intuitive operation thanks to HACS Hermle Automation Control System
  • Variable, comprehensive rack storage concept
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PRODUCT-SPECIAL ROBOT SYSTEM RS 05-2

Experience automation in its most compact form:

  • Gripping, clamping, stocking: From workpiece handling to flexible workpiece handling
  • Reliable operation around the clock
  • Full freedom of movement in a 2 m² installation area
  • Enormous storage flexibility
  • Menu-driven, intuitive, comprehensive: Complex automation has never been so simple
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AUTOMATION

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User Report | Milling and turning for the perfect ride

Thunderbike employs 160 people in the German town of Hamminkeln and offers exactly what the name suggests: Legendary Harley-Davidson motorbikes. In the beginning, everything was a bit more modest than the current building complex – including its own restaurant, the Roadhouse: Back in 1985, Andreas Bergerforth opened a 150 m² motorbike workshop called ‘Motorradschuppen’, where he repaired and optimised mainly Japanese bikes. 

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NEXT TRADE FAIRS

Trade fair dates

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Customer magazine

The new Insights is here.

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Become part of Hermle!

Job descriptions for our subsidiaries

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