From time to time Hardinge will post stories about customers who purchase Hardinge equipment and the benefits that have come from that purchase.
Below are just a few of the more recent customers and their stories.
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Conveyor Components Company of Croswell, Michigan is a manufacturer of instrumentation and controls for conveyor systems and conveyor belt cleaning devices. Their products are sold into numerous market segments around the world including, but not limited to, agriculture, automotive, mining, power generation and transportation.
Plasma Technology Inc. was founded in 1969 with 10 employees in a 5,000 square foot building. Since that time they have grown to two locations, one on the east coast in South Windsor, CT and the other on the west coast in Torrance, CA. Currently, the two facilities encompass over 63,000 square feet and the company employs 125 skilled and dedicated employees. Plasma Technology Inc. is a market focused surface engineering company which provides value added services to a very diverse customer base.
S. Himmelstein and Company is an organization that prides itself on precision. Established in 1960, the company manufacturers the world’s finest sensors and data acquisition systems from their Hoffman Estates, Illinois location. With approximately 50 dedicated employees, S. Himmelstein and Company has experienced solid growth over its 52 year history.
Fort Wayne Mold & Engineering Inc. is a world-class leader in the application of trimless/flashless mold technology. The company, founded in 1978, specializes in such diversified technologies as transfer compression, injection and liquid injection mold-making. Located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the industrial heartland of the United States, the company supplies precision rubber molds for many industrial segments, including automotive, appliance, medical, aerospace and the electronics industry. The company employs 44 workers and is ISO 9001 certified.
(Bellingham, MA) When Van-Wal’s original Hardinge CHNC lathes finally met the end of their life cycle (some 30 years after installation) company owner John van der Wal had a major dilemma. For the better part of two decades John relied on these machines to produce some of the most demanding part accuracies in his shop. Hardinge halted CHNC manufacturing in the early 2000’s out of their Elmira, NY facility.
Ohio Tool & Jig Grind enjoys a steady flow of High- Precision jobs entering their factory on a daily basis! Incorporated in 1999, Ohio Tool & Jig Grind, Inc. is a full service machining facility located in Dayton, Ohio servicing customers in the food/beverage, medical, aerospace and automotive industries. Late in 2010, Ohio Tool made the decision to expand their capacity and capability with the purchase of a Hardinge SUPER-PRECISION® T-42 CNC turning center.
Located in Latrobe, Pennsylvania and in business for over 23 years, Aggressive Grinding provides precision centerless and cylindrical grinding solutions to several hundred companies across North America and Europe. They work closely with customers to solve the manufacturing challenges presented by today’s extraordinary rate of technological change. They are called Aggressive Grinding for a reason. They grind some of the hardest materials on earth. The company specializes in grinding difficult, superhard materials including carbide, ceramics, and some high-alloy steel products utilizing high-tech production and inspection equipment to meet the specialized needs of today's industrial market.
Hardinge is the leader in providing a wide range of highly reliable turning, milling, grinding and workholding solutions under the brands Hardinge, Bridgeport, Kellenberger, Hauser, Tripet and Tschudin. We never compromise on product design, so customers can count on Hardinge to help them make the right part to the required specification, every time.