Category Archives: WFC 10 CNC

Brand-new WFC 10 CNC built for Bastuck Maschinenbau GmbH at FERMAT’s facilities in Lipnik nad Becvou

March 19, 2019  
WFC 10 CNC crosswise table-type horizontal boring mill spindle diameter 110 mm

In February 2019, FERMAT representatives invited its German customer Bastuck Maschinenbau GmbH (Bastuck) to Lipnik nad Becvou for pre-acceptance of its brand-new, made-to-order WFC 10 CNC.  This compact table-type horizontal boring mill has a fixed column providing excellent rigidity; its ingenious crosswise CNC rotary table construction allows the table to… Read more »

Year in Review: selected highlights for FERMAT in 2017

December 19, 2017  
Mr Jan Ferenc_director of sales at FERMAT_eating Christmas cookies while working on million dollar contracts

As a prospering machine tool manufacturer, FERMAT has much to be happy and thankful for in 2017.  There have been many highlights throughout the year, from new machines to new people and places in markets around the world. While munching on Christmas cookies and cakes, Mr. Jan Ferenc, director of… Read more »

Lights, Camera, Action!

February 7, 2017  
FERMAT's crosswise table-type horizontal milling machine WFC 10 High Speed CNC_5,500 rpm_41 Kw

The romantic world of modern machine tools and metalworking has been brought to life, yet again, in all its wonderful Technicolor beauty for your viewing enjoyment.   The star of the show, FERMAT’s sturdy crosswise table-type horizontal milling machine, WFC 10 High-Speed CNC, goes through its warm-ups, testing its high-speed spindle,… Read more »

Coming soon to a theater near you! New video on FERMAT’s WFC 10 High-Speed CNC crosswise table-type horizontal milling machine

January 31, 2017  
Shooting a new video on FERMAT's latest machine, WFC 10 High Speed CNC

A machine that’s never boring.  That’s FERMAT’s new high-speed crosswise horizontal milling machine, WFC 10 HS CNC.  To create it, FERMAT’s crafty engineers pounced on one of their conventional headstocks with a 100 mm spindle diameter, tore out its boring spindle and extension mechanism, and slapped in an additional motor… Read more »