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About Emag Machine Tools

Founded in 1867 near the town of Bautzen, Germany EMAG originally was only an Iron foundry. It wasn't until 1952 that the company moved to Eislingen, Germany where they first started creating machine tools by producing their first lathe. In 1969 they finally moved to the nearby town of Salach where they are currently headquartered today. The late 70's early 80's is when EWAG's growth started as they started manufacturing turning centers on the world market for the automobile industries. With continued success and adaptation Ewag researched and developed the VSC product line, the world's first vertical turning center with pick-up spindle. Throughout the years EWAG continued to grow and acquire assets merging with multiple different companies including: Nodier, Zerbst, Karstens, Reinecker, Pittler-Tornos, Kopp, Helig, Naxos-Union, Dorner, Richardson and Koepfer. With these additional acquired assets EWAG group became a worldwide leader in CNC machine manufacturing having locations in not only Germany but Italy, United States, Canada, Mexico, China, India, Russia, France, Denmark, Japan and Korea. In the 2000's EWAG started to branch from just making turning centers by introducing their first CNC grinding machinery. Then in 2007 EWAG introduced the VSC DS line, a machine set up for both hard turning and grinding in the same chucking. EWAG never stopped its pursuit of innovation researching and developing hardening machines, crankshaft grinders, modular machining, gear hobbing, machines with spindles mounted from the bottom, laser welding, TrackMotion automation, and dual simultaneously turned parts. Now with over 150 years in the machine tool Industry EWAG has demonstrated to the world its success as a leader in innovation and productivity. To learn more about the EWAG group and all of their subsidiaries please visit their corporate website.

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