Fooke appoints Phase 3 CNC as UK service partner

CIMAug17News - fooke
CIMAug17News - fooke

Following the increasing UK sales of its Endura compact gantry milling machines, Fooke has announced a service cooperation agreement with Gloucestershire machine tool specialists, Phase 3 CNC.

Fooke, a family run business for over 110 years, has been manufacturing large 5-axis milling machines from its headquarters near Borken, Germany for over 30 years.

Most common applications for Fooke Endura machines are found in the aerospace and automotive industries, model, prototype building as well as mould & die construction.

The Fooke Endura machine tools are said to be characterised by their outstanding motion control, which is defined by the highest dynamics, excellent precision and best surface finish quality. Furthermore, the Endura machines impress with exceptional reliability, process stability and availability.

Based on customers’ individual requirements, holistic engineering services are among Fooke’s core competences. In this regard, Fooke has great experience in cutting, designing and building structural components for motion systems, as well as in the design and integration of feed drives and the complete commissioning of highly complex machine tools.

The Fooke Endura range of machinery is customisable to specific customer requirements. Regardless of whether the machine is to be optimised for the cutting of composite materials, stainless steel, aluminium or titanium, a variety of torque motor driven milling heads and high frequency spindles can be configured to provide the highest dynamics and precision. Other customer specifiable options including tailored workpiece clamping systems, ATC’s, coolant packages, tool and workpiece measuring, and mist/chip extraction systems complete the impressive overall package.



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