Tag Archives: WFC 10 CNC

Head to Hannover, Germany, 18-23 September 2017, and see FERMAT’s outstanding exhibit in Hall 13, stand C01, at EMO

September 12, 2017  

EMO is one of the premier European metalworking trade shows.  It’s held on every odd-numbered year (e.g., 2017) with an interesting tripart cycle: 2 shows back-to-back at the Hannover Fairground in Hannover, Germany, and 1 show at the Fiera Milano exhibition center in Milan, Italy.  The acronym comes from Exposition… Read more »

“Where Man Meets Machine”; Mach-Tech and Industry Days Trade Fairs at HUNGEXPO Budapest Fair Center, 9 – 12 May 2017

April 10, 2017  

In years past, “Where Man Meets Machine” (“Ahol ember és gép találkozik”) was the phrase that paid at this Hungarian modern metalworking venue held annually at the HUNGEXPO Budapest Fair Center.  Though they dropped this slogan for 2017’s exhibition taking place May 9th – 12th, we still like it; so,… 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 »

In the Market for a Horizontal Machining Center (HMC)? Consider the less-expensive & extremely precise alternative—FERMAT’s WFC 10 CNC

December 13, 2016  
FERMAT's WFC 10 CNC crosswise table type horizontal boring mill

FERMAT’s WFC 10 CNC can do the job at a fraction of the price.  With its fixed column providing excellent rigidity, its ingenious crosswise CNC rotary table construction (the table moves flawlessly in both X and Z axes), and a spindle diameter of 100 mm (or optional 110 mm), this… Read more »

Rest and Relaxation in Riga, a Baltic Vacation topped off with a Terrific Trade Show

November 28, 2016  
House of Blackheads, Riga, Latvia

Contrary to its dermatologically unsavory name, the House of Blackheads (Latvian: Melngalvju nams, German: Schwarzhäupterhaus) is a bright-faced, stunning beauty; a cultural gem in the glittering crown of Latvia’s capital, Riga.  True, it was bombed flat by Nazi Germany on June 28, 1941, and swept into the dustbin by the Communists in 1948,… Read more »

A Croatian Vacation; Brushing the Hungarian Border Barrier and Visiting Industrial Customers

February 25, 2016  

When most visualize a week-long getaway to sunny Croatia, they picture the diamonds of the Dalmatian coast, picturesque seaside resorts where the blue waters of the Adriatic lap against bright beaches and suntanned tourist stroll through UNESCO sites steeped in history. Though that’s nice, it’s not for FERMAT.  It’s not… Read more »