Mazak Newsroom

September 2021

Productivity, profitability and planet drive Mazak focus for EMO

Yamazaki Mazak is heading to this year’s EMO with 12 machines complimented by a range of automation and technology solutions that promise to deliver the three key customer benefits of productivity, profitability and environmentally-aware manufacturing operations.

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August 2021

July 2021

June 2021

Reshoring revolution

Founded in 1856, Kendal-based Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd (Gilkes) has long been at the forefront of the hydro-electric turbine and engine cooling pump market. The company’s pedigree stems from its explicit commitment to quality. However, when it comes to the manufacturing of turbine runners, quality has often come at a cost.

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April 2021

March 2021

February 2021

Steel City Certified

When a prominent, Sheffield-based precision engineering company needed to replace a faltering laser processing machine, it turned to Yamazaki Mazak to maintain the high standards synonymous with the Steel City.

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Comment: COVID is proving that adversity breeds innovation

The global pandemic is driving a new age of innovation and collaboration, writes Alan Mucklow, Managing Director UK & Ireland Sales & Service, at Yamazaki Mazak.

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January 2021

Vintage aeroplane restorer soars with Mazak machine investment

A leading restorer of vintage aeroplanes has increased its capacity and ability to produce challenging bespoke parts by investing in a new turning centre from Yamazaki Mazak. Kennet Aviation specialises in the renovation and servicing of historic aeroplanes, including Supermarine Seafires used in World War II, to the stringent standards required by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) – the UK’s specialist aviation regulator.

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