MACHINING

PRECISION PERFECTED BY HIGH-TECH

For decades, the symbiosis of man and machine has been and still is a leading principle at TIGGES. We are convinced that only a skilful combination of these factors provides reliable solutions and quality, especially regarding the production of machined parts.

Machining technology is characterized by a high degree of flexibility and precision: Any complex geometry imaginable can be produced.
Machining is also economically feasible for small quantities. The choice of material is not an issue as most metals are machinable.State-of-the-art CNC machines are required to meet the quality requirements of our customers.
   

5 – 65 mm

DIAMETER

700 mm

MAX. LENGTH

OUR EXPERIENCE

will be a benefit in any future project, but even today you can verify that our technology is state-of-the-art:

> CNC long and short turning machines with up to 16 axes

> CNC multi-spindle

> Solely usage of machines with main and counter spindle

> Real processing centers with turning and milling operations

> Production of high complex turned parts

> Processing of all materials

> Automation by robot technology

MORE ABOUT MACHINING

INFORMATION ABOUT MACHINING

Excess material is removed from the workpiece during machining. Connecting elements can be produced directly by machining.

For particularly high-quality or complex connecting parts, a combination of different machining processes is frequently employed. For example, cold-formed parts are machined in post-processing. These are also known as combination parts.

Compared to forming, the material input during machining is significantly higher.

In the future, machining will be fully automated and subject to maximum speeds. That is why it is important that, in addition to the basic technical requirements, production is also supported by our expertise. 

We can already offer automated machining processes today. This enables us to produce flexibly, quickly and with high quality. Our knowledge enables us to optimize existing manufacturing processes and to fully exploit the advantages of machining.

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FURTHER TECHNOLOGIES
COLD FORMING
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GRINDING
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HOT FORGING
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