MC Machinery Systems customers get the best of both worlds: A single source for a diverse arsenal of manufacturing technologies and our expansive and knowledgeable support network. Our expertise spans virtually every aspect of metalworking—from simple fabrication to CNC-driven, automated manufacturing cells.
We introduced our first commercial laser cutting machine in 1977, and we’ve been improving the technology ever since. Mitsubishi Laser designs, manufactures, and performance-matched every critical laser-cutting component to the highest standards—in the most demanding environments. From small job shops making the first move toward laser machines to sophisticated laser automation cells, we’ve got solutions and support that surpass the rest.
Mitsubishi automation is for everyone from small fabrication shops to massive lights-out operations, our laser automation experts will work with you to determine the right combination of machines, storage towers, product carts and break-in stations. And because Mitsubishi Laser automation is modular and flexible, we can grow with you. Thanks to our wide range of options—including configurations that require 30 percent less floor space than typical laser automation setups—we have solutions for any application.
If you cut you must bend. Choose from two types of electric press brakes—the BB series, driven by an AC servo motor and ball screw mechanism and the BH series, which uses an AC servo motor, ball screw drive, and hydraulics.
BB series press brakes offer high-speed ram and high-precision repeatability (± 0.001mm). The ball screw drive enables near-instant acceleration between high and low speeds, resulting in an extremely quick machine. With standard features such as Automatic Thickness Detection, the BB Series offers clean and quiet high performance with the utmost in accuracy.
The Dual Drive System of the BH series press brake separately controls high-speed up-and-down movement at 200mm/sec and stable repeat-stop accuracy. Like the quick BB machines, the BH Hybrid ball screws reach 200mm/s far faster than a hydraulic valve machine resulting in the most cycles per minute available.