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GF Machining Solutions

Roger-Federer-Allee 7
2504 Biel/Bienne

+41 32 366 11 11

GF Machining Solutions: A complete solutions provider

GF Machining Solutions is among the world’s leading providers of machine tools, technical solutions and services. A Division of Georg Fischer (GF), the company aims to differentiate by providing holistic product and service solutions to its focus segments in the aerospace, automotive, medical, energy, information and communications technology (ICT) and electronics industries.

Headquartered in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland, and globally active with over 50 sites worldwide, the company’s extensive portfolio ranges from Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) solutions, three- and five-axis Milling machines and Spindles, 3D Laser texturing machines, Additive Manufacturing and machines for Laser micromachining to solutions for Tooling, Automation and Digitalization―all backed by a comprehensive range of Customer Services. Through its AgieCharmilles, Microlution, Mikron Mill, Liechti, Step-Tec and System 3R technologies, GF Machining Solutions enables its customers to streamline their manufacturing processes, increase their competitive edge and address new business opportunities confidently.

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