Working for you - I love providing our customers with individual concepts and top products,
supporting them in finding solutions for even their most demanding tasks. - Christiane Göke, Sales Department employee and working for you since 1997.

Working for you

I love providing our customers with individual concepts and top products,
supporting them in finding solutions for even their most demanding tasks.

Christiane Göke, Sales Department employee and working for you since 1997.

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 - 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 - 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 - 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.

Spindle stock

The spindle stock is the assembly in a lathe that consists of the main spindle bearing, the main spindle and the drive. The material bars are held in place within the lathe by a collet. They are conveyed there automatically by an FMB loading magazine. The connection between a CNC lathe and bar loading magazine is formed by the steady with a guide tube or telescopic tube. From the guide channel, which may be flushed with oil for better bar guidance, the bars are automatically fed from the loading magazine into the lathe. The loading magazine can be charged by an optional bar lift, the integral material storage facility or an optional bundle loader. Remnant pieces are removed via the remnant flap. A loading magazine can provide the optimum solution for the automation of all kinds of machining processes, including single-spindle lathes – both fixed and sliding headstock – and multi-spindle lathes.