Innovative machine tools for individual requirements
MAG is one of the leading providers of individual manufacturing and technology solutions. It emerged from the renowned machine tool brands Cross Hüller, Ex-Cell-O, Honsberg and Lamb. MAG supplies machine tools, manufacturing systems and services for milling, cold forming and honing together with unique know-how in the fields of process and system design and automation.
ADVANTAGES AND HIGHLIGHTS
Machines and solutions for high-precision machining and honing
MAG is one of the leading solution providers for turnkey-manufacturing systems and machines with customer-specific application technology.
MAG unites renowned brands in the international machine tool industry, such as Cross Hüller, Ex-Cell-O and Lamb. MAG has been active as a global manufacturing specialist with its unique know-how and outstanding technology base since 2005. The MAG Group offers customized solutions for the automotive and commercial vehicle industry, their suppliers and other sectors with high demands for quality and productivity.
MAG supplies the highest manufacturing quality to ensure ideal functionality, especially in the automotive industry. In the case of cylinder bores, for example, precise machining and honing can extend the service life of pistons.
As an industrial supplier, MAG offers complete solutions including machining processes, process design and system configuration – through to turnkey systems.
Machine tools for the highest demands
Single-spindle MAG SPECHT machining centers serve as a high-quality CNC unit for interlinked multi-machine systems. They can also be used as a stand-alone machine and in manufacturing cells. MAG SPECHT systems with linear motor technology are often used as ball screw machines and offer a high level of dynamics with rapid traversing at acceleration up to 120 m/min and 1.5 g.Learn more
MAG SPECHT DUO
The two spindles are synchronized in X/Y/Z via "dynamic axis compensation". Compensation of the spindle offset brings the accuracy of the single-spindle machine to the DUO.Learn more
MAG XT 525 Transfer Center
The MAG XT 525 Transfer Center (formerly Ex-Cell-O Transfer Center) is a multi-spindle unit that uses sequential machining to replace several CNC machines. So the MAG XT 525 Transfer Center combines the high productivity of a transfer line with the flexibility of a machining center – the fast and easy solution for complete machining of medium to large batch sizes and families of parts.Learn more
MAG XG 692
The MAG XG 692 multi-technology machining center with double-spindle concept enables complete milling, turning and grinding of constant-velocity cardan shafts. The MAG XG is ideally suited for machining housings and hub parts with high output and the highest quality standards. The carriages can be configured independently of each other thanks to the patented triangular slide.Learn more
MAG XK cold forming machines are perfect for forming hollow shafts, keeping grooves clear without subsequent machining, adding chamfers to tooth faces for ideal pre-centering of straight-cut splines as well as for angled tooth flanks as a mounting aid. Linear cold forming racks ensure a high coverage ratio during forming. The axial taper at the tooth profile enables easy mating of involute splines. Special cold forming racks enable spherical radii to be formed on the tooth face.Learn more
Top machine tool competence since 1798
You are on the safe side with MAG machine tools when it comes to precise and efficient machining of complex components, including those for the automotive industry. Companies in the MAG Group have repeatedly set new standards in innovative machining processes since 1798.
Founding of Honsberg in Remscheid/Germany
Founding of the company Lamb in Detroit (USA) by Francis Joseph Lamb
Founding of Vorrichtungsbau Hüller AG (later Cross Hüller) in Ludwigsburg (Germany) by Karl Hüller
Production and delivery by Hüller of Europe's first transfer line for machining transmission cases (Adam Opel AG)
Construction of the new plant for Ex-Cell-O Corp. in Eislingen/Fils (Germany)
Development of the minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) machining method
Construction of the Ex-Cell-O assembly plant for special machines in Sterling Heights (USA)
Delivery of the world's first agile system by Cross Hüller; the largest agile system until then consisting of 172 machining centers in the SPECHT range follows in 2001
Introduction of the CORCOM modular system
Development of cryogenic machining and the electro-mechanical machine
Presentation of SPECHT 500 DUO+ with pallet changers for the component market
Presentation of various software applications to optimize productivity
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