MAKA – the specialist in high-speed 5-Axis CNC machining solutions for plastics and composites, aluminium and patternmaking – is exhibiting at Advanced Engineering 2017, NEC Birmingham, November 1 & 2, 2017

MAKA’s engineers, experts in all aspects of CNC milling, routing, trimming, boring and sawing for plastics and composites, aluminium and patternmaking, will be available on stand P133 this year to Discuss your CNC machining needs and requirements, and introduce you to the many new possibilities MAKA can provide to enhance production techniques and quality, and improve your bottom line !

MAKA are the leading specialist in high-speed 5-Axis CNC machining.  Their CNC technology has gained an enviable reputation with many international manufacturers, companies large and small, in a wide variety of industries and applications in non-ferrous materials, from automotive, aerospace, white goods, sports equipment, musical instruments and caravans, to name a few.  MAKA’s customers are  convinced by the quality, performance, precision, service, technical support, and essentially by the high productivity gained by employing MAKA’s specialised CNC machines in their manufacturing.

You can meet MAKA at Advanced Engineering on stand P133, and

  • Discuss your CNC machining needs and requirements;
  • Collect a MAKAinfo portfolio and brochure;
  • Learn about which solutions MAKA has for your specific production operations, and what you can expect from our digital production world, MAKA 4.0;
  • Learn about high-speed trimming in Composites (Carbon and Glass)

MAKA will also be joined by our key partners:

  • Hufschmied, leaders in specialised high speed cutting tools for composites; and
  • TEBIS, leaders in 3D 5-Axis CAD/CAM, ideal for patternmaking and Trimming.

These two days will provide visitors with the perfect opportunity to network and find new and meet existing partners face-to-face. You will also find the show of benefit by:

  • Meeting 700+ exhibiting suppliers, partners and industry bodies.
  • Source the latest products and services
  • Keep up-to-date with industry trends.
  • Gain valuable know-how and news

MAKA look forward to seeing you there and discussing your CNC manufacturing requirements.

 

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