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 - 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 - The great feedback I get from our customers
shows me daily how highly our products are regarded worldwide. - Sandra Holzmeister-Stapf, internal sales department employee and working for you since 1998.

Working for you

The great feedback I get from our customers
shows me daily how highly our products are regarded worldwide.

Sandra Holzmeister-Stapf, internal sales department employee and working for you since 1998.

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 - 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.

Guide channel

The core component of a loading magazine (bar loading magazine) is the guide channel. In enclosed constructions this can be flushed with oil. In this case the rotary movement of the material bars that pass through causes turbulent currents, which help give stable, low-vibration guidance (hydrodynamic bearing effect). The guide channel usually consists of single segments made of plastic with damping properties. FMB Maschinenbau, based in Faulbach, Bavaria, is a market leader in this area, specialising in loading system and unload systems for CNC lathes.

FMB produces material flow systems for single-spindle lathes – both long-turning and short-turning – and for multi-spindle lathes. The main task of a loading magazine is bar guidance. Different types, such as the short bar loading magazine, optimise the material flow to the lathe. The steady is the guide device located between the loading magazine and the lathe. This is where the main spindle and, depending on the design, also the sub-spindle and the collet are to be found. A spindle reduction tube is used to adapt the internal diameter of the main spindle to that of the pusher, or in the case of a short bar loader, to that of the material bar, for better guidance.