Taking control

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MACH Machine Tools will now use the DynaPath CNC control system across almost all of its machines. CEO David Andrew tells Machinery more

MACH Machine Tools – part of the Vigilance Group – has switched almost all of its machines to CNC control system DynaPath – meaning no more Siemens, Fanuc or Heidenhain. The move it believes will pay dividends, as will drive growth, improve customer service and take the business to new heights.

The Bristol-based company used last month’s MACH 2022 exhibition as a platform to give visitors the opportunity to understand and experience the performance, efficiency and productivity advantages that it says are available to machine shops, when they invest in a MACH machine equipped with the advanced DynaPath WinDelta control system.

Since the last MACH exhibition in 2018, things have developed and moved at pace for MACH Machine Tools. The company has expanded its UK operations significantly, increasing its headcount and upgrading its Bristol showroom facility.

Similarly ground-breaking developments have occurred with the machine tool portfolio. This particularly concerns its line-up of CNC machines which are now, almost exclusively, equipped with the DynaPath control system.

Speaking to Machinery at MACH 2022, Vigilance Group CEO David Andrew explains: “MACH 2022 is the ideal venue and the perfect location for us to showcase, not only our impressive line-up of toolroom mills, highspeed machining centres and CNC lathes - but also the many benefits and features of the machines’ DynaPath WinDelta (CNC) control system.

“We are on a mission - and we expect to make many converts. It is a proven system. And it works.”

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