Mazak to exhibit 19 machines and 12 automation systems at EMO 2023

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The Yamazaki Mazak exhibition stand at EMO 2023 in Hanover from 18-23 September this year, will showcase a total vision for modern machining that will enable machine users from across Europe to drive productivity and profitability.

Located this year in Hall 15, Stand B14, Mazak will be showcasing a total of 19 machines and 12 automation systems to include both machine tool and laser technologies, live cutting demonstrations, advanced software solutions and the latest developments in its Smooth Ai control software.

Visitors can register for complimentary tickets courtesy of Mazak, as well as schedule appointments on the Mazak stand via the website:

Central to the Mazak vision will be a focus on offering solutions to the major challenges that face machine users – from productivity improvement through to skills shortages, energy prices, wage inflation, increased competition and a focus on the environment – and how technology and advanced services can deliver increased profitability.

Mazak will demonstrate entry-level machines that increase productivity, profitability and competitiveness at an affordable price as a key theme, particularly for machine users new to Mazak technology.

The entry-level machines, built in the UK and specifically developed for European machine tool users, include the CV5-500 5-axis machining centre and the new VCE-500 vertical machining centre that combine exceptional productivity with a highly competitive price point.  In addition, the stand will also display a high-performance turning center from the QTE range of machines.

Automation systems to increase productivity and mitigate the impact of skills shortages and increasing wages also form a key part of Mazak’s vision. A total of 12 integrated automation solutions will be on display capable of delivering increased machine uptime, greater production flexibility, improved operator utilisation and reduced costs – working towards the ultimate goal of increasing ROI and profitability.

The solutions on the stand will include easy-to-program machine-tending robots and more sophisticated automation to support the trend towards high-mix, low-volume manufacturing and the demand for 5-axis automation.

Mazak will also include new machining solutions for rapidly growing industries, such as EV battery manufacturing, showcasing the new FSW-460V, a hybrid machine principally designed for automated Friction Stir Welding while maintaining metal cutting capabilities. A new VCN series vertical machining centre equipped with high performance machining and the Mazak Ultraspindle to suit modern high-speed machining techniques will also be exhibited. 

In addition, the latest advanced Mazak laser cutting technology, the OPTIPLEX 3015 NEO will also be on display, featuring the latest beam-shaping technology and the newest MCT 3 cutting head with intelligent functions, including Auto Nozzle Changing and Auto Focus Distance.

Stand visitors will also be able to view more information about Mazak iCONNECT, a new digital service for existing Mazak customers that has a suite of free services, including product manuals and e-learning, along with a Machine-2-Mazak (M2M) subscription service.

The M2M services enable increased machine monitoring, proactive maintenance strategies, including remote support to detect problems, remote optimisation of machining processes with increased uptime, as well as access to Mazak applications, project engineers and service operators.

This year marks 40 years of Mazak’s flagship INTEGREX machines and the stand at EMO will display its track record of delivering outstanding productivity and the wide range of variants that make the INTEGREX capable of working across multiple applications, workpiece sizes and sectors. There will be multiple INTEGREX machines on the stand demonstrating the range’s productivity, easy automation and gear cutting capabilities.

Environmentally aware manufacturing will also be a key theme with a focus on the practical technologies to deliver lower cost component production, including energy dashboards and digital services to help machine users measure energy usage and reduce CO2 impact. The stand will also include machines developed to deliver the company’s 2030 goal of environmental efficiency four times higher than their 2010 machine equivalents.

Richard Smith, European Group managing director at Yamazaki Mazak, commented: “Our objective at EMO 2023 is to give visitors a total vision of advances in modern manufacturing that will inspire machine users from the smallest machine shop to the most advanced digital factory. It is a vision of how technology can help mitigate the impact of the challenges manufacturers face and offer a clear route to greater productivity, improved margins, more competitiveness, and greater profitability.

“Our theme is ‘Discover More’ and that is because our machines are more productive, more affordable and more sustainable than ever before. Our technology is more automation-friendly and we have service and industry-leading support packages in place that can deliver more uptime and a quicker return on investment. I’m looking forward to welcoming machine users from across Europe to our stand and showing them a range of technologies that can transform their machining operations.”

To register for complimentary tickets courtesy of Mazak, or schedule an appointment on the Mazak stand, please visit: