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Starrag AG

Seebleichestrasse 61
CH-9404 Rorschacherberg

+41 71 858 81 11

High-precision machine tools for greater productivity

Starrag Group is a global technology leader in manufacturing high-precision machine tools for milling, turning, boring and grinding workpieces of metallic, composite and ceramic materials. Principle customers are internationally active companies in the Aerospace, Energy, Transportation and Industrial sectors (Industrial Components, Luxury Goods, MedTech). In addition to its portfolio of machine tools, Starrag Group provides integrated technology and maintenance services that significantly enhance customer quality and productivity.

The umbrella brand Starrag unites the product ranges Berthiez, Bumotec, Dörries, Droop+Rein, Ecospeed, Heckert, Scharmann, SIP, Starrag, TTL and WMW. Headquartered in Rorschach/Switzerland, the Starrag Group operates manufacturing plants in Switzerland, Germany, France, the UK and India and has established a network of sales and services subsidiaries in the most important customer countries.

The shares of Starrag Group Holding AG are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

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    Berthiez RVU – grinding, turning, milling, measuring in one set-up and continuous dressing of the grinding wheel

    Bumotec s191V – Precision work: The case of the new UR-111C wristwatch

    Bumotec s191H – Diamond setting operation performed with accuracy and efficiency

    Dörries VC – The XXL sub-contractor HACO produces large parts with precision in the range of hundredths of a millimeter

    Droop+Rein T – Elegant and fast: The portal machining centre machines extremely heavy workpieces in a single clamping process, thereby significantly reducing machining times. The crankcases can also be machined in their operating position.

    Benchmark: Tripod technology is still the most advanced in the world when it comes to machining complex aluminium

    Sprint Z3 – parallel kinematic machining head

    Heckert 800 X5 MT - Among many features, the machining centre impressed Zwicker with its axis configuration with the X- and Y-axis in the tool and the Z-axis in the rotary swivel table. A vacuum clamping table was required for thin-walled aluminium parts.

    The Heckert DBF 1000 machining centre is particularly suitable for highly efficient heavy-duty cutting of heavy housings weighing up to 4,000 kg, such as on the fluid ends.

    Starrag LX 051 – When it’s all about speed and precision. Starrag developed the LX series specifically with the highly precise, efficient, simultaneous five-axis machining of turbine blades in mind.

    Starrag NB 151 - Its rigidity and excellent damping properties allow higher cutting values while also reducing tool wear.

    Starrag NB 151 - Machining blisks and impellers rapidly and reliably in a single step saves both time and money. Thanks to the five-axis Starrag NB 151, which has been specially designed for such machining processes, users from the aviation, aerospace and energy sectors can benefit from these advantages.

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