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E-shots Web-exclusive: Milltronics gets a new name
January 1, 2008
1 Min Read
Clarifying its corporate identity, Milltronics Mfg. Co. (Waconia, MN; www.milltronics.net) has changed its name to Milltronics CNC Machines. Coordinate with this change, which includes a new website, are a few new developments:
A two-year warranty on parts for Milltronics machines (twice the previous warranty)
A new leasing package to Latin American customers that expands the standard one-year financing to two.
Technology additions including a twin-table product line that increases CNC productivity with higher-volume output and more efficient use of the operator's time with no pallet removal, an HM20 horizontal spindle for smaller applications, a new line of cast iron bridge mills for heavy-duty applications, the SL12 cast iron slant bed lathe, and Big-Plus technology for spindles that improve performance.
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