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Schwabische Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH (SW) specialises in multi-spindle machining centres for machining workpieces made of steel, cast iron or light metals. SW is a typical hidden champion in mechanical engineering: medium-sized, innovative and valued for the high quality and efficiency of its machining centres.
The 4- and 5-axis machining centres are characterised by high-precision manufacturing and are extremely fast. Thus, the flexible and highly productive SW manufacturing system is used for large series. The automotive industry and its suppliers use SW milling machines because of their high flexibility for the special machining of crankshaft aisles in engine blocks as well as for the machining of cylinder heads, connecting rods and housings of differential gears.
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Used SW BA 600-4 Multi-spindle CNC milling machines
For machining of workpieces made of Cast Iron or Steel.
2x Machines Available
CNC Control: SINUMERIK 840 D
X- Axis: 300 mm
Y-Axis: 600 mm / (toolchange… More Details
USED Schwäbische Werkzeugmaschinen SW BA 400-2 horizontal twin-spindle machining centre
CNC Control SIEMENS 840C
TECHNICAL DETAILS :
Travel X, Y, Z : 400/450(700)/400 mm
Rapid feeds : 50 m/min
Spindle speeds : 50 - 12.500… More Details
Used SCHWÄBISCHE WERKZEUGMASCHINEN SW BA40 X=5850 - vertical machining center (manufacturing front axle)
Metrics and technical performance data:
Control: SINUMERIK 840 C
Drive power 36 KW
Total power 50 kW
Feed rate 25000 mm / min… More Details
The SW 1981 was developed as an independent business from Heckler & Koch GmbH, which was taken over and reoriented by British Aerospace in 1991. The British company was increasingly focused on defense, aerospace and automotive engineering. In 1995, Schwäbische Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH was founded.
Against the background of the shareholders' succession, the company was sold to the EMAG Group, headquartered in Salach, in June 2004 after nine years of autonomy. In October 2008, all business units of Schwäbische Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH were transferred to the newly founded Süddeutsche - EMAG Verwaltungs GmbH. Süddeutsche Beteiligung GmbH, headquartered in Stuttgart, took over 70% of Süddeutsche - EMAG Verwaltungs GmbH.
In 2012, Süddeutsche Beteiligung GmbH acquired the shares of the EMAG Group and is thus the sole shareholder of Schwäbische Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH.
As of January 1, 2015, SW took over the majority stake in bartsch GmbH from Tettnang, a specialist for the development of automated production lines and has since presented itself as a system provider of complete turnkey solutions.