More machines, more space

Following its overwhelming success at MACH 2012, The Engineering Technology Group is back at MACH 2014 with a 15% bigger stand to show off its even bigger range of world-leading machine tools – with an additional stand for workholding expert Hyfore.   Highlights at the show will include the exhibition debut of ETG Bridgeport, the new source for Brigdeport and Hardinge machines, which is shaking up the UK machine tool market. Expect an impressive display of live machining demonstrations.   Other exciting machines on show for the first time will be the fast and versatile Handtmann Trunnion 5-axis horizontal machining centre, the innovative and cost-effective Feeler U600 5-axis vertical machining centre and the new Nakamura Tome NTJ-100 B-axis, twin-turret, twin-spindle milling and turning centre.

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