Working for you - At FMB I can help to shape the future –
together with my excellent colleagues. Every day. - Luisa Oberle, Trainee Industrial Clerk and working for you since 2014.

Working for you

At FMB I can help to shape the future –
together with my excellent colleagues. Every day.

Luisa Oberle, Trainee Industrial Clerk and working for you since 2014.

Working for you - An exciting education that gives me a sound 
foundation for my future career. - Halil Göze, trainee electronics engineer and working for you since 2015.

Working for you

An exciting education that gives me a sound
foundation for my future career.

Halil Göze, trainee electronics engineer and working for you since 2015.

Working for you - We work out individual solutions for our customers,
for whom precision is of paramount importance. - Kai Löffler, Testing Manager and working for you since 2001.

Working for you

We work out individual solutions for our customers,
for whom precision is of paramount importance.

Kai Löffler, Testing Manager and working for you since 2001.

Working for you - We’re strong together! Learning as an FMB
trainee means learning for the future. - Luisa Oberle and Halil Göze, trainees at FMB and working for you.

Working for you

We’re strong together! Learning as an FMB
trainee means learning for the future.

Luisa Oberle and Halil Göze, trainees at FMB and working for you.

Working for you - Our quality applies right down to the smallest screw.
I would buy FMB products myself. - Erich Donnewell, Industrial Mechanic and working for you since 2006.

Working for you

Our quality applies right down to the smallest screw.
I would buy FMB products myself.

Erich Donnewell, Industrial Mechanic and working for you since 2006.

Working for you - Satisfying customers’ requirements and following up the
potential for further developments – that’s what my profession is all about. - Michael Blass, Service Technician and working for you since 2014.

Working for you

Satisfying customers’ requirements and following up the
potential for further developments – that’s what my profession is all about.

Michael Blass, Service Technician and working for you since 2014.

Clamping mandrel

The clamping mandrel is a sprung clamping element at the head end of the pusher in a loading magazine, for the internal clamping of e.g. raw materials. The clamping sleeve, on the other hand, is a clamping element for the external clamping of a material bar (e.g. round material). The collet is the clamping element for the raw materials processed by a machine tool, such as a CNC lathe or milling machine. FMB produces a range of bar loading magazines, and its loading systems are valued in the international machining sector for their quality and precision. Available for single-spindle lathes (fixed headstock/sliding headstock) and multi-spindle lathes, FMB bar loading magazines are the top brand of material flow systems. Loading magazines, fed through a lateral material storage system or bar lift, include types that are fitted with an oil-flushed guide channel, where the material bars are conveyed with hydrodynamic bearing effect. The connecting steady with its stabilising effect and guide tube or telescopic tube propels them from behind directly into the main spindle of the lathe. Remnant pieces are removed from the loading magazine via the remnant flap.