Manufacturing Equipment

In order to survive in today’s competitive marketplace, small manufacturing businesses must find ways to cut costs and increase productivity – without sacrificing quality. Our customers aren’t going to accept second best and neither do we. We consistently exceed our customers’ expectations. Our secret…

Automated, Fully Robotic Machinery…

HASS SL 30 CMC Lathe

Haas high-performance turning centers also feature massive headstock castings with symmetric ribs for rigidity and thermal stability; on-the-fly wye-delta switching for peak performance throughout the rpm range; and embedded chip trays and high-volume coolant systems for efficient chip removal. Haas has raised CNC turning to new levels of reliability, ease and productivity. The Haas Bar Feeder provides a simple and efficient way to automate part production on Haas lathes. It features a heavy-duty yet compact design that boosts productivity and streamlines turning operations.


Haas Automation’s VF-5 vertical machining center has 1,270 x 660 x 635 mm xyz travels and is built using all American-made cast-iron components. The VF-5 represents years of ongoing refinement. Customer feedback coupled with the relentless pursuit of perfection sees advancements and design-enhancing changes incorporated directly into the production line every day.
The Haas VF-5 is a rugged, large-sized VMC that yields full reliability and accuracy in a moderately-sized machine. The VF-5 has a 50-taper cartridge spindle driven by a 30hp vector Dual-Drive (Y-Delta) drive. The VF-5 has a 30+1-pocket SMTC on our 50-taper version.


With the new DMU 80 P duoBLOCK®, every component becomes a masterpiece. Comprehensive cooling and the optimised stiffness of the new redesigned duoBLOCK® concept are the basis for the highest possible levels of precision and 5-Axis machining performance.
The robust design allows for a 15,000RPM spindle, capable of removing 395 cubic inches per minute. Reducing the machining time by 43% and increasing to 5 μm positioning accuracy. Such a package allows for a very large table sixe of 35.5×30.0in. The high effectiveness of the heavy-duty machining package, allows for unprecedented 5-Axis machining capability.

The cost to you is lower because we’ve lowered our costs for manufacturing. We employ 7 state of the art robotic Welders. Four of the welders are Cold Metal Transfer (CMT) welders. CMT makes a number of work-steps superfluous. Freedom from spatter, for instance, means no post-weld machining. Being able to butt-weld light-gauge sheets means there is no need for weld-pool backing support. High gap bridge ability means better process manageability and therefore suitability for automation. And thanks to the multi-process capabilities of the welding machine, you can also perform MIG/MAG standard and pulsed-arc welding as well as CMT. On top of all this, there are all the savings that result from the loss-free gas supply to the torch, the automatic cooling unit cut-out, low open-circuit power, high efficiency, modular (and thus highly flexible) system principle, easy servicing, updates via laptop, etc. In addition to the joining of steel and aluminum, the CMT process is also highly suitable for a number of other applications. The process results in almost spatter-free brazing of hot galvanized and electrolytically galvanized sheets using a filler wire made from an alloy of copper and silicon. Ongoing trials are examining the joining of galvanized sheet (0.8 mm) and black material (5 mm), with extremely low levels of distortion of the galvanized sheet. Light-gauge welding (0.3 – 0.8 mm) of aluminum sheets is also perfectly feasible. The low level of heat insertion in the CMT process means that a weld pool is not required; even then there is no risk of weld drop-through. The results of welds performed on stainless steels and magnesium are also first class.

VIPROS 358 King.

Punching, and press work in general, is a process well suited to mass production. However the initial tooling costs, of both the machine and the job-specific press tool, are high. This limits punch work from being used for much small-volume and prototype work. A turret punch is one way of addressing this cost. The tooling of a turret punch uses a large number of standard punch tools: holes of varying sizes, straight edges, commonly-used notches or mounting holes. By using a large number of strokes, with several different tools in turn, a turret press may make a wide variety of parts without having to first make a specialized press tool for that task. This saves both time and money, allowing rapid prototyping or for low volume production to start without tooling delays.

Amada Fab 50

This system offers Axion a wide range of ability as a down-acting precision press brake. The eco-friendly HD NT Series is an electric/hydraulic, down-acting system that delivers superior accuracy. This high-performance series features a Hybrid Drive system that is engineered for low energy consumption and requires less hydraulic fluid than conventional machines. The super-accurate ram is capable of repeatability to within tolerances of ± 0.00004

Mach 3B

Our water cutting uses a Flow machine. That is used to cut materials using a jet of pressurized water as high 60,000 pounds per square inch (psi). The water is mixed with an abrasive like garnet which enables more materials to be cut cleanly to close tolerances & squarely and with a good edge finish. Our water jet is capable of cutting many industrial materials including stainless steel, Inconel, titanium, aluminum, tool steel, ceramics, granite, and armor plate. This process generates significant noise.

Axion owns a plethora of other machining equipment.

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