EMAG GmbH & Co. KG
Who we are
Superior knowledge secures leading market position
The Group’s strategy of continuous expansion has brought about enormous growth. There are hardly any metal cutting applications that the EMAG Group cannot offer a suitable machine to work with. The EMAG Group and its subsidiaries are able to offer a large range of solutions from standard machines to custom-made manufacturing systems, leading to the generation of more growth.
The term “manufacturing solutions” used to conjure up a picture of manufacturing systems for mass production. Today, the manufacturers of medium-size component batches also want “solutions from a single source”. Thanks to their multitude of machining and automation technologies and their extensive knowledge in process design the EMAG Group is in a good position to handle these demands. The company now offers its customers machines that incorporate a number of different machining technologies in one machine.
A vital factor in the EMAG Group’s success is the company’s investment in its workforce. Around ten percent of its employees are apprentices and trainees, all to be given full employment once they have successfully completed their training. Extensive advanced training programs and a constant exchange of knowledge within the company ensure that every EMAG employee is capable of the kind of lateral thinking that allows them to offer the customer innovative, well-engineered solutions to their manufacturing problems.
Innovation that benefits our customers
New developments in the automotive, energy, agriculture & earth moving, oil field and aerospace industries are often based on developing a way for a workpiece to perform a higher number of functions in its life. In an attempt to increase the performance of a workpiece, the complexity of the components also tends to increase. Therefore, manufacturers of machine tools have to face the challenge of creating solutions for lowcost manufacturing. For traditional turned parts, for example, this means that additional boreholes, grooves, gears, etc. must be machined into the workpiece. Furthermore, these workpieces are often hardened and must be manufactured to meet higher quality requirements.
In the past, different machines had to be used to help meet these requirements. Turning and grinding centers or turning and gear cutting machines are probably the most common examples of these. EMAG has standardized these machines. Although “standard” should not be confused with “simple”. Customizing the manufacturing systems to their specific purpose requires some engineering effort. This allows the process reliability of the various operations to be increased while reducing the investment costs for the manufacturing system.