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 - Preparation creates security.
Together with my team, I optimise production processes. - Hans-Jürgen Seus, Process Engineering Manager and working for you since 1994.

Working for you

Preparation creates security.
Together with my team, I optimise production processes.

Hans-Jürgen Seus, Process Engineering Manager and working for you since 1994.

Working for you - For over 20 years our customers have been coming to us with ever new requirements, motivating
my team and me to develop bar loading magazines at the cutting edge of technology. - Falk Schmidt, Loading Magazine Construction Manager and working for you since 1994.

Working for you

For over 20 years our customers have been coming to us with ever new requirements, motivating
my team and me to develop bar loading magazines at the cutting edge of technology.

Falk Schmidt, Loading Magazine Construction Manager and working for you since 1994.

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.

Working for you - I value the personal, friendly relations I enjoy
with our customers at all times. - Stephen Ackermann, Handling Systems Department Manager and working for you since 1995.

Working for you

I value the personal, friendly relations I enjoy
with our customers at all times.

Stephen Ackermann, Handling Systems Department Manager and working for you since 1995.

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.

Remnant flap

The remnant flap is a practical addition to a loading magazine or bar loading magazine: the remnant flap directs remnant pieces of e.g. profiled bars or material bars left over from the machining process to a remnant piece container. A loading magazine is a handling system used in the machining process. It is used as a material flow system or loading system directly coupled to a CNC lathe. A leading manufacturer of bar loading magazines is FMB Maschinenbau, Faulbach am Main. The company produces machines for both sliding and fixed headstock lathes, as well as a special form for multi-spindle lathes. The bars are conveyed from the material storage system to the guide channel, or a bundle loader. The guide channel, a central element in the loading magazine, is flushed with oil to achieve the hydrodynamic bearing effect. The material bar is finally moved via the stabilising steady directly to the main spindle of the lathe.