Known World-Wide for

Extreme Rigidity + Process Stability

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Machines That Exceed Your Expectations

For more than 50 years, NomuraSwiss has designed and crafted precise, reliable Swiss-style turning machines. The very nature of a sliding headstock machine requires greater attention to detail, and that has always been a distinguishing characteristic of NomuraSwiss machines.

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NomuraSwiss turning machines are ideal for machining complex parts, working with difficult materials, achieving fine finishes and extending tool life.

 

HAND-SCRAPED WAYS

Maintain high levels of accuracy

 

DOVETAIL SLIDES

Add strength and rigidity

 

LARGE BALL SCREWS

Reduce friction and ensure smooth machining

 

HEAVY FULL-LENGTH BASE

Ensure complete process stability

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Dovetail Structure

improved machining capacity

Hand Scraping Guiding

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Improved Machining Capacity

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Uptime and Peace of Mind Backed by 24-7 Expertise and Support.

Expert installation by experienced professionals

 

Advanced technical training so your operators and supervisors will get the most out of your machine tool investment

 

Preventative maintenance programs that keep your equipment up and running at peak efficiency while minimizing downtime

What’s New with NomuraSwiss?

Why Swiss-Style Turning Machines Were Developed & Why You Should Care

In the 1870’s the demand for Swiss watches required high volumes of precise parts for their coveted timepieces. Fixed head turning machines of the day were not capable of holding the tight tolerances..

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Gosiger High Volume Products Displayed in PMTS 2019 Booth 2012

For PMTS 2019 Gosiger High Volume presents the latest technologies for precision parts manufacturers. Nomura Swiss-style CNC machine Product Manager, Guy Metz, will make in-booth presentations and..

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August

10 - 12

Next Event

Gosiger Cleveland | PMTS

Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.

SHOW HOURS:
Tuesday, August 10 | 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday, August 11 | 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday, August 12 | 9:30 am - 3:00 pm