50th Anniversary Celebration

In 1968, Mr. Roch and E.L. Humston formed Hurco to design products that would make job shops more productive, efficient, and profitable. Today, we are able to continue that mission due to a foundation of continuous innovation that was set 50 years ago. Along the way, loyal customers, industry partners, dedicated employees, and many forward-thinking leaders exhibited the grit and fortitude necessary for us to succeed.
Please join us March 6th as we honor the accomplishments of the past 50 years and celebrate a future that is bright!

Solid Models into Solid Parts

After years of research at the HURCO Center of Machining Technology Advancement in Indianapolis, Indiana, they are releasing a huge advancement for solid model and 3D DXF users.  The HURCO control is now capable of importing a solid model or a 3D DXF and then creating a conversational program from that model.  All it takes is a couple of clicks on the feature you want to machine, tell the machine what tool you want to use, and then hit the green button.  Please watch the video for an actual demo.

Sneak Preview

Toyoda/Takisawa has announced the release of the MX-800 High Production Turning Center.  It will have two identical spindles with 2.5″ Bar Capacity and Twin 30 Station Y-Axis Turrets.  This combination will allow you to use hundreds of tool combinations for complex parts and quick change over times.   Artboard 1

Christmas is Coming and so are the New HURCOS!

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These three are spoken for but we have more.  Please be watching for the new HURCO software release.  We have a Beta copy and it is amazing!  Imagine being able to import a solid model and program directly from that model.  It’s fast and super easy.  If you are interested in a sneak preview, feel free to contact us and we will arrange it.  We will be announcing the full release sometime in 2018.