Manufacturing Today - May/June 2017 - 116
Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.
www.starcnc.com / HQ: Roslyn Heights, N.Y. / Star CNC: "We are committed to providing service
excellence so our customers can maintain the highest level of productivity."
star cnc says it is equipped
to handle nearly any cnc
star cnc invests in the latest technology to set the
standard for precision machining. by tim o'connor
For nearly 70 years, manufacturers have relied on Star CNC to provide
innovative and long-lasting CNC machines for their production lines.
Star CNC is a subsidiary of Star
Micronics Co., a Japanese manufacturer of Swiss turning machines used
in the production of small, complex
and metal components. Star Micronics purchased the Hirschman Corp.
in 1995 and changed the name of the
company to Star CNC two years later.
The company is now part of a larger
global network that includes facilities
manufacturing-today.com MAY/JUNE 2017
in North America, Europe and Asia.
Star CNC itself operates facilities in
New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Ohio, Illinois and California.
With a nationwide presence and
global resources, Star CNC can handle
virtually any CNC machine challenge.
"Star CNC is well-equipped to meet
the demanding and dynamic needs of
the machine tool industry today and
for the future," the company says.
In addition to its headquarters in
Roslyn Heights, N.Y., Star CNC operates five regional facilities that pro-
vide sales and service support to customers. Those offices are located in
Warminster, Pa.; Manchester, Conn.;
Cleveland; Elk Grove Village, Ill.; and
Yorba Linda, Calif.
Like its parent company, Star CNC
manufactures a range of Swiss automatic lathes. "Customer benefits
include fast job processing, high process reliability, simple and logical
operation, energy-efficiency and low
non-productive time," the company
says. Star CNC's application engineers can help any customer identify
the ideal solution to deliver production efficiency and cost-savings either
through an off-the-shelf machine or a
Its latest machines include the SR32JII, which features a modular design to increase its flexibility. The SR-