Hardinge

SUPER-

Precision®

For decades customers have known that when you need to hold the tightest tolerances or have hard to manufacture parts, then Hardinge is the partner you want on your side!

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Precision

Hard Turning

Hardinge CNC Lathes are ideal for Hard Turning! Let our application experts show you the right way to hard turn!

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About SUPER-PRECISION®

SUPER-PRECISION® is a combination of best practice design and manufacturing of hardware and software integrated into a machine tool that produces the highest level of precision turning centers for production that require the least amount of human intervention in the marketplace today.


For decades customers have known that when you need to hold the tightest tolerances or have hard to manufacture parts, then Hardinge is the partner you want on your side! Our latest T-Series CNC lathes not only continue this long tradition but they take our precision capabilities to new heights.


There are many factors that are involved in maintaining SUPER-PRECISION® tolerances which we will be happy to discuss with you. Please contact Hardinge to ask our experts about becoming a SUPER-PRECISION® shop.

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OUR CUSTOMERS

"We use Hardinge for all of our turning and live tooling operations on various tool steels and 400 series stainless materials both annealed and hardened. We consistently achieve tolerances of .0002" and RMS finishes of 10-15 uin from our SUPER-PRECISION® Hardinge CNC turning centers."

Fort Wayne Mold & Engineering Inc. - Darrell Beverly, Vice President of Manufacturing

"We rough and finish turn, bore, thread and groove (O.D.-I.D. trepan) parts from all types of hard and exotic materials while holding plus or minus .0001 on diameters and .0002 T.I.R. or better, and 17 or better micro-finish, repeatedly. This surpasses by far other machine builders who could not, would not and will not even attempt to claim these capabilities of their equipment."

S. Himmelstein and Company - John Szatko, CNC Machinist

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