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Pibor ISO is a Swiss manufacturer of high-precision watch components headquartered in the Jura Mountains. Read more

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The Swiss company DPRM based in Arch near Grenchen is located in the origins of the watch-making industry, crafting the most intricate parts for the most beautiful watches. Read more

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Established in Eschert, Switzerland in 1964, family-owned G&Y Leuenberger SA came under new management in 2014 with family member Boris Leuenberger, a young and enthusiastic engineer taking the reins. Read more

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Tornos sets the course for the future at EMO Hannover 2017. Read more

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The rise of the Berger Company has seen it become one of the world's largest enterprises in the field of high-precision turning, a business built with Tornos turning centres. Read more

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Tornos has now introduced its new Almac CU 1007R, an innovative new machining solution that has been developed to produce prismatic components such as high-precision connectors for the aerospace industry. Read more

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Portsmouth-based Harwin has a reputation within in the global electronics industry for the production of high reliability connectors. Read more

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This year Gérald Badan SA in Moutier, Switzerland celebrates its 50th anniversary and it is looking forward with optimism to its future. Read more

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Headquartered near Lyon in France, FABMED was established in 2011 by a team of dynamic and highly qualified engineers from the medical industry. Ever since the company was formed, the SME has experienced exponential growth. To address the multiple ch Read more

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Tornos recently introduced a new model to its Almac range, the BA1008 HP bar milling machine. Considered as the big sister of the BA1008, the new machine offers advancements that will appeal to even the most demanding of customers. Read more

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Tornos has introduced a raft of new innovations at the recent EMO exhibition, and one of its newest the Swiss DT 13 will be hitting the UK shores in early 2016. Read more

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The Tornos family of Swiss GT turning centres is now expanding with the introduction of the new Swiss GT13 machine, which will receive its world première at the forthcoming EMO exhibition in Milan. Read more

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Already equipped with some 50 automatic turning machines that includes 15 Tornos Deco's, one Tornos EvoDeco and 32 Escomatics, Swiss manufacturer Polydec was an early customer take on the Tornos SwissNano machine. Read more

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At the beginning of last year, Le Locle based Metalem was in the process of deciding to purchase new machines to manufacture indices for watch dials. Read more

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Tornos latest product launched, the SwissNano, is a remarkable machine in many respects. Produced entirely in Moutier, the SwissNano is assembled in an equally exceptional setting. Read more

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Tornos is exhibiting at the show from 17 to 20 June on stand B83. Read more

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New products featuring some remarkable design and solutions for various industry sectors are discussed in an interview with Philippe Devanthéry, Director of Almac SA. Read more

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