Making quality products is your first job. Therefore, our first job is helping you select and configure the very best machines – to work for you today and for years to come.
At Gosiger, we deliver machine tool solutions – including high performance machines, engineering, service, support and parts for every customer – from small shops to fully automated factories. Gosiger offers only the highest quality machines and accessories from the world’s most respected brands, including Okuma, Hardinge and more. In fact, we’ve been a trusted Okuma partner for over 30 years. Take a look at our capabilities, download some valuable management tools and call us. We’ll put our experts to work for you.
Today’s metalworking shops rely on CNC horizontal lathes to produce items from simple rings and shafts to complex automotive or aerospace parts.
No matter what materials or workpiece sizes you machine, the Gosiger machining specialists will help you find the fixed or sliding headstock horizontal lathe that precisely suits your requirements from these industry leaders:
For many applications, including workpieces that are too heavy, bulky or oddly shaped to be efficiently turned on a horizontal lathe, the vertical lathe is the choice of many CNC machine shops.
Okuma leads the industry with 11 distinct models of vertical lathes, including 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5-axis CNC machines. Let the Gosiger team help you find the right vertical lathe for your unique requirements.
Ideal for machining multi-sided parts and those with complex geometry, Horizontal Machining Centers reduce labor cost-per-part by decreasing setup time and operator touches, eliminating the need to move parts from one machine to another, and reducing the number of fixtures required. HMCs also increase spindle availability so you can take on more work. Learn more about the advantages of HMCs by discussing your needs with a Gosiger machine tool specialist and exploring the wide range of HMCs from Okuma.
A mainstay in many CNC shops, Vertical Machining Centers range from accurate and reliable basic models for simple jobs to more advanced versions including 5-axis VMCs for complex, multi-sided parts.
Okuma and Hardinge each offer a wide variety of VMC types and sizes to accommodate your specific applications. Contact Gosiger to learn more.
If you perform a number of operations on multi-sided workpieces, a 5-Axis Machining Center will significantly improve your productivity.
Here’s how: With 5-Axis capability you can entirely machine a part in a single cycle, all in one place. This means there are fewer operator touches, which reduces labor costs and human error. You also eliminate the need for additional fixtures and replace several machine tools with one unit. Contact Gosiger for all the facts on 5-axis machines built by Okuma and Hardinge.
For many machined parts the grinding operation is a critical stage that requires a dedicated, highly accurate machine tool.
No matter how simple or complex your I.D. and O.D. requirements, Gosiger advisors will help you choose a grinder that perfectly suits your needs. We have Okuma models for parts as small as 3 mm as well as grinders for large parts weighing up to 660 lbs, and Hardinge offers a wide variety of basic and special purpose grinders.
Double column machining centers are dependable and can provide the strength and power for heavy-duty industries including aerospace, electronics and automotive.
They are built on rigid bases to create a strong foundation to support two columns, and a bridge-type structure supports the machine head. Designed to handle medium to large parts, these machines can get any job done quickly and efficiently.
We have partnered with Okuma to create a leading group of high performance wheel machines.
Okuma wheel machines are dynamic and efficient, designed for use in a wheel cell. The machines include a double door system to reduce loading time, and the lower Z-axis wash system reduces contamination.
The Modig HHV (horizontal high velocity) bar and extrusion mills are hybrid horizontal machining centers specially designed to efficiently machine parts from extrusions and bar stock. Articulated work supports eliminate the need for complex part fixturing and the need to pre-cut material into blanks. The rotary U axis enables machining of four sides of a part in addition to qualifying both ends of the workpiece.
Improving productivity and profitability for high volume manufacturers in fields like automotive, fluid power and medical devices requires careful analysis and out-of-the-ordinary thinking.
Gosiger high-volume engineers and applications specialists listen carefully to your needs and then recommend solutions that optimize speed, accuracy and reliability for thebest ROI.
We have partnered with two of the leading providers of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions
Gosiger has long advocated for the breakthrough technologies that give our customers the advantages they need to compete in the increasingly competitive global manufacturing marketplace.
Industry 4.0 continues to evolve and materialize, leading to breakthrough levels of efficiency and precision. To keep up, we have partnered with both Stratasys and Desktop Metals. These two technologies span a full range of 3D printing materials from fusible nylons and plastics to a broad range of metals including steels, stainless and even exotic alloys such as Hastelloy and titanium.