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  • 3D Import with 3D DXF technology

    Hurco 3D Import

    ​Hurco has added a new 3D Import feature to its Hurco MAX5 control.

    This control feature allows the user to load the file they receive from their customer directly into the Hurco control.

  • Hurco BX40Ui 5-Axis Machining Center

    Hurco BX40Ui

    The Hurco BX40Ui 5-axis CNC double-column machining center, with trunnion table mounted alongside the Y-axis, combines performance and flexibility.

    Published by: PRI Magazine
  • Hurco, Takumi manufacturing technology powers Indy 500 cars

    Indianapolis 500 - Sage Karam

    Manufacturing and CNC machining will be well represented at this weekend's Indianapolis 500, the largest single day sporting event in the world, with five cars representing two brands of CNC machines; Hurco and Takumi USA.

    Published by: Today's Motor Vehicles
  • Machining large parts takes specialized mindset

    DCX Series

    Double Column for the Big Stuff

    The headline reflects how Hurco Cos. Inc. promotes its biggest machine tools: the DCX series 2m and 3m vertical machining centers.

  • Customer Starts YouTube Channel to Attract Millennials to Manufacturing

    MooreCNC YouTube

    ​Hurco customer Wade Moore, owner of Moore Engineering, has launched a YouTube channel, MooreCNC. In order to attract more people to machining, he started a YouTube channel to illustrate to his generation how cool and tech-oriented manufacturing really is.

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • Hurco Releases New Product Catalogs

    Hurco BX40Ui

    Hurco has released its new VMXDi series product catalog. A complete guide to the VMXDi 3-axis machining centers with increased spindle power, this catalog is a resource for technical specifications of the new series line-up with easy comparison charts to Hurco VMX-related models.

    Hurco has also released its new 2019 5-axis product catalog. A complete guide for all Hurco 5-axis machining centers, this catalog contains technical specifications and schematic drawings of the updated product line-up.

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • Double-Column Machining Center Designed for Rigidity

    Hurco BX40Ui

    ​The Hurco BX40Ui five-axis CNC double-column machining center, with trunnion table mounted along the Y-axis, is said to combine performance and flexibility.

    Published by: Production Machining
  • Double-column machining center

    Hurco BX40Ui

    The Hurco BX40Ui 5-axis CNC double-column machining center features an integrated trunnion table along the Y-axis while the ladder structure and double-column design provide rigidity and support to the head casting.

    Published by: Today's Motor Vehicles
  • Sharks Invest with SEAL | SEAL Invests in Hurco | Bottle Breacher

    ​When Eli Crane was given a bottle opener by his brother, it opened more than just a beer for for this Navy SEAL. 

    Published by: CNC-West
  • New Double-Column Machine Offers Easy 5-Sided Programming with No CAM Needed

    T&P Product Focus Award

    Based on reader interest and analysis from Tooling & Production's editiorial staff, this article won T&P's Product Focus Award for last month's eNewsletter. In case you missed it, please read T&P's article here.

    Published by: Tooling & Production
  • See why Hurco is the leader in 5-axis/5-sided machining

    5-Axis Video Catalog

    Hurco has focused on developing control technology that helps shops increase productivity and profitability for over 50 years. Watch the Hurco 5-axis video catalog to see how Hurco can help you.

  • Knock on wood


    At Market Overton-based Hi-Spec Precision Engineering, brothers Darren and Gavin Grainger are using Hurco CNC machines to not only cut metal but also wood for their range of high-quality electric guitars. PES finds out more.

  • Hurco Machines Enables Quality Performance


    PMTS 2019: Hurco's TMM8i CNC live tool lathe is designed to enable static and performance in addition to dampening propertieis inhibiting thermal deformation and twisting.

    Published by: Production Machining
  • New Specs: Milling and Turning Machines from Hurco

    Hurco New Machine Tools for 2018

    Techspex has added specs on several machine tools that Hurco introduced in 2018, with more to come, including: the VC500i, a 5-axis cantilever VMC, the HM1700Ri, a 4-axis horizontal milling maching and the HTL8-60i, a toolroom lathe.

    Published by: Techspex
  • 5-axis double-column machining center

    Hurco BX40Ui Double-Column Machining Center

    The Hurco BX40Ui 5-axis CNC double-column machining center, with integrated trunnion table along the Y-axis, combines performance and flexibility. Hurco distributor Brooks Associates will demonstrate Hurco 5-axis technology at EASTEC Booth #1206.

  • Hurco MAX5 control now includes 3D Import feature with 3D DXF technology

    Hurco MAX5 Control with 3D Import

    Hurco MAX5 control now includes 3D Import feature with 3D DXF technology. This control feature allows the user to simply load the file they receive from their customer directly into the Hurco control.

    Published by: Canadian Metalworking
  • Five-Axis Machining Center Provides Rigidity

    Hurco BX40Ui Double-Column Machining Center

    EASTEC 2019: Hurco's BX40Ui five-axis CNC double-column machining center features an integrated trunnion table along the Y-axis. 

    Published by: Modern Machine Shop
  • CNC Machinist Opens His Own Shop; Starts the MooreCNC YouTube Channel

    Anyone familiar with the machine tool industry will recognize his last name. As the owner of a tool and die shop in Bridgeport, CT, Wade Moore’s great-grandfather Richard S. Moore was unable to find machine tools accurate enough to hold the tolerances he needed, so he built his own. That was in 1924, and today the Moore Tools brand of jig borers and grinders represents the utmost in precision, with thousands of its machine tools in use around the world.

  • New Technology for Hurco Control

    Hurco MAX5 Control with 3D Import

    The integrated Hurco control powered by WinMax is a flexible and intuitive control equipped with a 2.7 GHz duel core processor, 4 GB RAM memory, a 128 GB solid state hard drive, 10,000 block lookahead and an intuitive graphical user interface that supports multiple machining strategies. See page 58 of "CNC West" for the full article.

    Published by: CNC West
  • Hurco Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Results for Fiscal 2018

    Hurco Companies, Inc. reported results for the fourth fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended October 31, 2018Hurco recorded net income of $8,302,000, or $1.22 per diluted share, for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018 compared to net income of $6,702,000, or $1.00 per diluted share, for the corresponding period in fiscal 2017. For fiscal 2018, Hurco reported net income of $21,490,000, or $3.15 per diluted share, compared to $15,115,000, or $2.25 per diluted share, for fiscal 2017.​

    Published by: Hurco Companies, Inc.
  • Hurco Distributors Recognized for Achievements


    Hurco Companies, Inc. held its recent annual awards banquet to acknowledge the team of accomplished distributors and agents throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico and South America, who represent Hurco.

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • Expanded CNC Series for Mold, Aerospace

    Hurco has added two models to the BXi CNC machine series: the BX50i and BX60i. The rigidity and thermal stability of the double-column design and the overall weight of the machines provide enhanced accuracy and increased surface finish capabilities.

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • Cutting-Edge Cam

    Cutting-Edge Cam

    After purchasing a 5-axis machine (Hurco VMX60SWi), VTR added CAM software to manufacture its automated feeder systems better.

    Published by: Canadian Metalworking
  • Former U.S. Navy SEAL, Owner of Bottle Breacher Discusses What it Takes to be a Success


    Eli Crane, owner of Bottle Breacher

    During IMTS in Chicago, machine tool builder Hurco sponsored an entrepreneur seminar on Wednesday, Sept. 12 by Eli Crane, a former U.S. Navy SEAL and owner of Bottle Breacher, located in Tucson, Ariz. Bottle Breacher is one of the fastest growing veteran owned and operated businesses in Arizona.

    Published by: SME Media
  • Automation Exhibit at Hurco Booth Focuses on High Mix/Low Volume Part Production

    AMT Emerging Technologies IMTS

    To celebrate the company’s 50th Anniversary, Hurco will showcase the latest automation technology surrounding the Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 against the backdrop of historical treasures, such as the company’s first CNC machine, the KM1.

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  • Six Must-See Attractions at IMTS 2018

    AMT Emerging Technologies IMTSIMTS is big –​ and exhilarating with 1.3 million SF of manufacturing technology on display! Not sure where to start? Begin at one of these can't-miss exhibits to make the most of your IMTS visit!

    Published by: IMTS 2018 Show Insider
  • See the Splendor of the CNC Machine

    VMX30UiNow, with connectivity, controls, process integration and automation, job shops can harness more uptime from their CNCs!

    Published by: IMTS 2018 Show Insider
  • Hurco to Celebrate 50th Anniversary at IMTS 2018

    Hurco will bring the party to McCormick Place to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with customers, industry partners, and IMTS attendees. Hurco will feature its latest CNC technology innovation on its 50th Anniversary Edition CNC machines.

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  • CNC technology, advancements on display

    Hurco will bring the party to McCormick Place to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with customers, industry partners, and IMTS attendees. Hurco will feature its latest CNC technology innovation on its 50th Anniversary Edition CNC machines.

  • Hurco to Celebrate 50th Anniversary at IMTS 2018

    Hurco will bring the party to McCormick Place to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with customers, industry partners, and IMTS attendees. Hurco will feature its latest CNC technology innovation on its 50th Anniversary Edition CNC machines.

    Published by: Quality Digest
  • Double-Column Machines Combine Speed, Stability

    Hurco will feature its BXi line of CNC machines at IMTS 2018.

    IMTS 2018: Hurco adds two new offerings to its BXi series of double-column machining centers for the die/mold and aerospace industries.

    Published by: Modern Machine Shop
  • Hurco Celebrates 50 Years by Ringing the Nasdaq Bell

    Hurco executives rang the closing bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange June 13, 2018, as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. In addition, Hurco was featured on the Nasdaq Tower and Marquis in New York City.

    Published by: TECHSPEX Blog
  • The Future Looks Bright for Lights-Out Moldmaking

    photo-courtesy of Manufacturing EngineeringAt a conference for moldmakers I attended about 20 years ago, the group discussed how to find employees to work the third shift. It seemed that everyone at the meeting was having problems filling their third shifts. Also, if they could find people to work the third shift, the result was often mistakes that required rework when the first shift came on. Someone in the group mentioned a new idea just beginning to take shape in mold shops as machine tool and software technology was evolving: untended machining​.

  • Hurco Celebrates 50 Years with Release of 3D Import Control Feature

    3D Import Hurco ControlAs part of the 50th anniversary, Hurco has released a feature called 3D Import, which might be the most significant control feature since Hurco's co-founder, Gerald Roch, invented conversational programming in 1974, according to a company spokesperson.

    "With the addition of 3D Import to the Hurco control, customers can go from 'solid to part' almost seamlessly," said Michael Cope, Hurco Product Technical Specialist and author of the book 'The Power of FIVE: The Definitive Guide to 5-Axis Machining.'

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • Hurco Celebrates 50th Anniversary

    photo-courtesy of Canadian MetalworkingHurco Companies, Inc. celebrated its 50th anniversary with an open house event at is global headquarters in Indianapolis, Ind., in March. About 400 customers and business colleagues toured the facility; viewed machine demonstrations; attended a 5-axis seminar presented by Mike Cope, Hurco application engineer and author of the recently published book The Power of FIVE: The Definitive Guide to 5-Axis Machining; and interacted while participating in games and toasting the company's milestone.​

    Published by: Canadian Metalworking
  • Hurco Celebrates 50th Anniversary

    photo-courtesy of Aerospace Manufacturing and DesignIndianapolis, Indiana-based machine tool manufacturer Hurco celebrated its 50th anniversary with an open house featuring machine demos, a 5-axis machining seminar, live radio broadcast, National Hot Rod Association drag racers John Force and Robert Hight, and IndyCar racer owner and driver Ed Carpenter. Hurco President Greg Volovic welcomed Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett to the ceremonial cake cutting.

  • Tour at Hurco Anniversary Celebration Reveals IMTS Preview

    In 2018, Hurco celebrates 50 years in business as a provider of CNC machine tools. In honor of this milestone, Hurco had a 50-year anniversary open house with festivities and a technology tour that included the items the company will display at IMTS2018.​

  • Hurco sponsorship helps power Jake Timm Racing

    A big sponsor means big opportunity for 21-year-old Jake Timm as he will head out on the USMTS Hunt for the Casey's Cup circuit thanks to national sponsor Hurco Companies, Inc. “I was competitive last year in this national circuit, but to have the commitment from Hurco means everything in 2018,” said Timm. “I am excited to give them the exposure to fans that have a passion for dirt track racing and their sponsorship means a lot to me for a lot of different reasons.” Timm, a local machinist in Winona, Minn., is referring to the fact that many folks that race, attend and have a passion for the national dirt track scene are skilled workers that have a relationship to the sponsor that goes beyond logos and tag lines. “As I travel from track to track, I meet fans and other racers and they are mechanics, engineers, CNC and other skilled trades people. I know Hurco and I know I can engage fans on their brand, quality and product. It’s like the perfect sponsorship for JTR.”​

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  • Don’t let the name fool you; Wire Tech Is not just for EDM.

    photo-curtesy of CNC-WestThe Hurco TM10i is the newest piece of equipment at Wire Tech. It was purchased through D&R Machinery with the primary purpose of turning ring after ring of shroud segments. A segment is 10” diameter piece of Inconel or Hastelloy. Wire Tech needed a machine with a large capacity and plenty of torque to machine the groves into these superalloys.​

    Published by: CNC-West
  • Mind Over Metal: Hurco’s Sophisticated Technology Simplifies Machine Operation

    ​Machine shops use products with space-age technology, but you shouldn’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand the controls.

    “What sets Hurco apart is that we take a very complex application and use sophisticated technology in a way that simplifies the use of our machines. We make it easy for shop owners to be productive and profitable,” says Greg Volovic, President, Hurco Companies, Inc.

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  • Hurco Engineer Publishes Book on Five-Sided Machining

    Hurco Product Technical Specialist Michael Cope has published “The Power of Five: The Definitive Guide to 5-Axis Machining,” a 78-page book officially released in September at the Top Shops Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. Those interested in the book can find more information and the option to purchase it at​

    Published by: Modern Machine Shop
  • Machinist Publishes Book about Five-Axis CNC Technology

    The Power of FIVE: The Definitive Guide to 5-Axis Machining was officially released this month at the industry conference Top Shops in Indianapolis. The author, Michael Cope, is a machinist and works at Hurco Companies Inc. as a Product Technical Specialist.​

    Published by: MoldMaking Technology
  • Manually Measuring 5-Axis Centerlines

    In 5-axis machining, accurate rotary axis centerlines are critical, so regularly measuring and verifying these values is also critical. While the best course of action is to measure the machine using a high-tech system intended for this purpose, in a pinch you can use a manual process.

    See in magazine reader​​​

  • Lead Angle: Don't be scared to take five

    In his book, Cope states that the vast majority of work that is driving parts manufacturers to buy 5-axis machines is for five-sided, or 3+2, machining. This positional 5-axis machining enables shops to cut relatively simple geometries on multiple sides of the same part, which can provide a significant competitive advantage by improving part accuracy and throughput. Conversely, a 3-axis approach requires individual, time-consuming setups for each side of the part.​

  • 55-year-old uses his pension to start successful subcontracting business

    It is never too late to become an entrepreneur, it seems. Brian Yates, a machinist since he left school and latterly a manager in a subcontracting firm, decided in October 2010 at the age of 55 start his own business. PES reports.​

  • Hurco Offers Unique, Mill-Based Rapid Prototyping Option

    It’s no mystery that there are a wide variety of 3D printing machines and technologies to choose from. But if you’re a CNC shop looking for a way to quickly produce prototypes without getting a new machine—not to mention getting into new CAD packages and generating STL files—Hurco (Indianapolis) has an answer: the 3D Print Head. It’s a portable, wireless, accessory that connects directly to the standard spindle of a Hurco vertical mill, turning it (at least temporarily) into a 3D printer. A user installs it manually in just a few seconds, and can move it to another machine just as easily.​

  • Advanced Technology Guarantees VMC Performance

    It doesn’t seem as if you can ever count the vertical machining center (VMC) out when it comes to being the favorite workhorse of any shop, whether mold/die, aerospace, medical, or just plain hard-charging job shop. The iconic three-axis machine has morphed into the versatile platform for high-speed, high-precision five-axis machines capable of machining the most complex molds and dies, as well as the highest precision parts for the aerospace, energy, and medical device industries. VMCs are meeting precision manufacturing requirements through a combination of advanced technologies, including machine construction, the latest controls and CAM programming software, and cutting tool and toolholding technology that is delivering high performance in the most challenging applications.​

  • A big choice for oil and gas

    Sheffield-based Ian Cocker Engineering has a lengthy history employing Hurco machine tools for its precision components. Now the company has invested in its first 5-axis VMC from the Hurco stable. PES reports.​

  • Introducing 5-Axis Milling

    Shops all over the country are investing in 5-axis to increase profit margins on parts they previously were producing on 3-axis machines.

    Published by: Canadian Metalworking
  • Made in Eastern Iowa: New place, more space in Walford for Kingery

    “This is called a five axis machine. The wonderful thing about this is you can put a part in a vice and work all sides by turning the part and flipping it side to side.” - Joe Blanck, KMS president

    A second machine, a CNC apparatus, cuts metal but also had a 3-D capability within printing for plastic. “All we really do is pull out the tooling that normally sits in here and plug in a 3d printing head and we can print the prototype parts in plastic,” said Blanck. “Versus the expense of cutting it out of metal, we can cheaply provide them with a plastic part and then when they’re ready for production or a prototype build, we can machine it in metal.”

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    Published by: KCRG-TV9 - Iowa

    Indianapolis-based machine tool manufacturer Hurco has teamed up with honing specialists Bates Technologies in nearby Fishers, Indiana to develop a high precision honing process that can be carried out on standard machining centres. Benefits include cost reductions compared with purchasing and operating a dedicated honing machine; and the ability to combine general machining with honing on the same platform, eliminating a separate setup.

    Published by: MTDCNC
  • RWP’s Components Spark Production

    RWP manufactures a diverse range of products, from small, intricate, threaded electrodes to large weld gun arms for some of the largest and most demanding customers in the automotive sector.

    Published by: Canadian Metalworking
  • Subcontractor chooses big-capacity route to 5-axis machining

    For the latter half of its 16-year existence, Sheffield contract machining firm Ian Cocker Engineering has relied almost exclusively on Hurco vertical machining centres to produce prismatic components, mainly for the oil and gas sector and frequently from difficult materials such as stainless steel and Inconel. To extend its capacity in terms of both size and versatility, the company has installed its first 5-axis model, a Hurco VMX84SWi. The machine is the largest in the manufacturer’s VMX range and the first to be installed in the UK.​

    Published by: Clever Machinery
  • IMTS Booth Tour 2016: Hurco North America [VIDEO]

    Jason Falk, senior applications engineer at Hurco North America talks about the company's 3D printing and CNC machining technology.

    Published by: Todays Motor Vehicles
  • Most Flexible Control in the Industry Supports High Mix Manufacturing

    When software engineers at Hurco develop features for the Hurco control powered by WinMax software, they focus on features that will make customers more profitable, according to the company

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • Manufacturing News SE Distributors Recognized for Achievements

    Hurco Companies, Inc. held its annual awards banquet in Indianapolis to acknowledge the team of accomplished distributors and agents throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico and South America, who represent Hurco.

    Published by: Manufacturing News SE
  • Manufacturing News MW Hurco Distributors Recognized for Achievements

    Hurco Companies, Inc. held its annual awards banquet in Indianapolis to acknowledge the team of accomplished distributors and agents throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico and South America, who represent Hurco.

    Published by: Manufacturing News MW
  • Manufacturing News EAST Hurco Distributors Recognized for Achievements

    Hurco Companies, Inc. held its annual awards banquet in Indianapolis to acknowledge the team of accomplished distributors and agents throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico and South America, who represent Hurco.

    Published by: Manufacturing News NE
  • Out with the old ...

    Just because a piece of equipment functions doesn’t mean a shop should keep using it. Mast Motorsports realized that a couple machine tools at its Walled Lake, Mich., facility had become technologically obsolete and, therefore, needed to be replaced. The Nacogdoches, Texas-headquartered company manufactures automotive components, such as cylinder heads, intake manifolds and induction systems, for street performance and racing. Mast primarily machines aluminum and plastic.

  • New HURCO VM5i Machining Centre Gets Back To Basics

    Over the years, Hurco’s entry-level machining centre, the vertical-spindle VM1, evolved into the more capable VM10 and the manufacturer has continued to improve the specification. Linear travels have been extended, a larger toolchanger is provided, spindle speed and rapid traverse are both faster, and a spindle chiller and through-spindle coolant have been added.

    Published by: Machining News
  • Hurco distributors recognized for achievements

    Annual awards banquet acknowledges the team of accomplished distributors and agents throughout the U.S, Canada, Mexico, and South America, who represent Hurco.

  • John Force Racing and Hurco Announce Multi-Year Deal

    CEO of John Force Racing Inc. and 16-time NHRA Funny Car champion John Force along with Cory Miller, General Manager of Hurco North America, announced an initial five year agreement between the Indianapolis area based companies that will continue to enhance the development and production capabilities of JFR and its Force American Made (FAM) machining company. FAM will be adding Hurco's latest product technology with CNC machining and turning centers plus all support equipment to the machine shop area

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • IMTS 2016: Stand-Alone Additive Pavilion Shows Industry’s Growth

    Owners of Hurco vertical machining centers will have the ability to transform their WinMax part programs to a 3D printed prototype directly on their CNC machine using a spindle-powered wireless accessory. The 3D print head extrudes PLA filament and can easily be moved between Hurco machines.

  • IMTS 2016: Emerging Technologies Hold Key to Competitive Future

    Hurco will capture the spirit of Indianapolis, the headquarters location of the company since its founding in 1968, and the home to the single largest one-day sporting event, the Indianapolis 500. Visitors will be able to race RC IndyCars on a Hurco created scaled-down version of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, complete with a blimp and leaderboard. Attendees can check to see what hours open racing will take place and/or to register for a spot to race competitively. Prizes will also be announced on the website.

  • New Operators Find CNC Control Easy to Use

    Since PDQ's inception, Hurco has been a part of the company's success story. While PDQ has many different CNC machines in the shop, the PDQ team realized that Hurco CNC machines solved a problem all shops lament: the shortage of skilled labor.

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • 30 Under 30: Austin Hall

    There is no one roadmap to becoming an entrepreneur, or in the case of Austin Hall, a co-owner of a manufacturing start-up. Austin is president and CEO of HDH Manufacturing, a job shop in Indianapolis in partnership with his brother, Gabe, and their friend, Roger Dettmering—the namesake of HDH.

  • Basic VMC Platform is a Proven Workhorse

    Hurco’s VMCs are designed to give customers the ability to eliminate process steps and increase efficiency during the 60% of non-cut time that accompanies most jobs, especially helping customers efficiently produce a high mix of parts at lower volumes profitably.

  • Tour General Motors Powertain Performance and Racing Center (Video)

    Summary about Hurco: The video talks about the types of parts that need to go in their GM vehicles. They show off their Hurco machine while showcasing the outstanding surface finishes the machine gives to the parts. The video also mentions how the parts that the Hurco machines make are vital for racing today.

  • Mold Demo with Motion Control Technology

    Summary: The motion control technology, invented by Hurco, calculates thousands of algorithms in the background to provide faster throughput. The feature is named UltiMotion and is available on all Hurco CNC machining centers. No other brand of CNC machines has this capability because Hurco invented the technology.

    Published by: Moldmaking Technology
  • Hurco Conversational CNC Machine Helps Moldmaker Bridge the Skills Gap

    Summary: Concept Molds in Michigan says the investment in the Hurco VMX42i CNC machine has lowered their costs anywhere from $3,000 to $9,000 per mold. The main advantage of the Hurco CNC machines has been the flexibility of the control that features intuitive conversational programming, but also has industry standard NC. “These are very charismatic machines,” says Concept Mold’s General Manager. Favorite features include the high accuracy of the Hurco CNC machines, the repeatability, ease of programming with conversational, and the interrupt cycle.

    Published by: Moldmaking Technology
  • Honing and More with Hurco CNC Machines

    Summary: Hurco eliminates the need for dedicated CNC honing machines with the development of honing-friendly CNC machines introduced at the Performance Racing Industry show in Indianapolis.

  • Edgecam quote accompanies each Hurco machine tool sale

    Hurco distributor Stone Machinery now will include a price quote for a license of Vero Software’s Edgecam with each Hurco machine tool the company sells. Stone Machinery provides excellent and extensive customer training on machinery and software.

  • Aerodyne Precision Machining - 5 Axis Machining is a game

    Aerodyne Precision Machining (APM) credits Hurco and its extensive product line as being an integral part of their success. APM has been a Hurco customer for many years, but just purchased their first 5-axis CNC machine three years ago after seeing a cutting demonstration at Machinery Sales Company’s open house. With their new Hurco 5-axis machining center, APM reduced the number of operations on just one part from 8 to 2. The programmers all love the Hurco control, specifically the user friendly quality, and say the Hurco control is one of the biggest selling points of the machines.

    Published by: CNC-West Magazine
  • GM Powertrain Performance and Racing Center Opens

    Summary about Hurco: The article introduces General Motors new GM Powertrain Peformance and Racing Center in Michigan and discusses the equipment GM has in the racing center. The article mentions the presence of the new Hurco 5-axis machine and the 3D printer for constructing new or modified components.

  • New CNCs Take Cues from Intuitive Smartphone Era

    The new MAX5 CNC control was designed with the machinist in mind as it includes numerous ergonomic features that enhance usability. The newly released Hurco MAX5 control also includes new software features, such as AdaptiPath, Job List, and Stream Load that allow Hurco CNC machines to perform a variety of tasks to establish their CNC machines above their competitors.

  • New CNCs Take Cues from Intuitive Smartphone Era

    The new Hurco Max5 machine control includes an adjustable keypad, touch-screen navigation and a folding auxiliary screen.

  • Laser Scanning for Improved Prototyping

    This article discusses the engineering and production for the Jaguar Land Rover prototype facility. The article goes into detail about the necessary machines and parts that make the prototype shop so successful and prestigious. They use four Hurco CNC machining centers to manufacture both prototype tooling along with low-volume production components.

  • CAM Software Cuts Production Time, Increases Quality

    Hurco customer Performance Motion purchased a new Hurco 5-axis CNC mill and Vero software to expand their capabilities. After just two days of training, the shop was manufacturing five-axis parts.

    Published by: Modern Machine Shop
  • Hurco Launches New MAX5 Control

    “Maximum usability is the foundation of the new control from Hurco that is referred to as Max5,” said Maggie Smith, Marketing Manager for Hurco Companies, Inc. “The numerous ergonomic features are a testament to the collaborative relationship we share with our customers, who tested preliminary designs of MAX5 and gave their feedback during multiple usability tests we hosted during the development process. We incorporated more than 80 changes based on those usability tests. That’s why we feel comfortable saying the MAX5 control was designed and built for machinists: customer refined and customer approved,” said Smith.

    Published by: MFG Tech Update
  • NYC Entrepreneur Makes Largest One-Time Purchase

    Charles Boyce, Owner of Boyce Technologies in New York, broke the Hurco USA record for the largest single purchase of Hurco CNC machines in the division's history.

    Published by: Manufacturing News
  • US machine shop breaks Hurco machine purchase record

    A US machine shop has broken the Hurco USA record for the largest single purhase of Hurco CNC machines in the company's history, recently purchasing two five axis mills and three trunnion style five axis mills, bringing the number of Hurco machines in the shop to 21. Boyce Technologies was formed by Charles Boyce in 2007.​

  • Hurco announces “Take 5 for 5-axis” initiative

    Hurco has announced its latest initiative, Take 5 for 5-axis. The company has developed this initiative to bring together manufacturers to evaluate the merits of 5-sided machining for traditional 3-axis parts with features on all five sides.

    Published by: Canadian Metalworking
  • CFH Racing, Newgarden Drive Hurco Car to Victory

    Celebration CFHR win Alabama with car.jpg

    Josef Newgarden drove the Hurco car straight into the winner's circle at the Grand Prix of Alabama race. Read details and see pictures at the links provided.