CNC Machining Blog

Vintage Hurcos – sometimes our toughest competition

Posted by Mike Cope on Fri, Mar 24, 2017

I often travel to different areas of the country to visit existing Hurco shops, as well as talk with shop owners who are thinking about purchasing their first Hurco, but have some questions. …I say FIRST Hurco, because nobody ever buys just ONE Hurco!

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Tags: Milling, Hurco History, Hurco, Vintage Hurco

Hurco, Submarines, and the U.S. Navy

Posted by Mike Cope on Thu, Jan 12, 2017

Earlier this week, a few of us here at Hurco were invited to a local function to meet the command staff of a newly commissioned Virginia Class Nuclear Submarine, for the U.S. Navy, named after our very own Hoosier state - the USS INDIANA…and, as it was written on the picture below, by the skipper of the Indiana, Commander Jesse Zimbauer, this submarine is “Hurco made”.

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Tags: indy, Hurco, US Navy, USS Indiana

Hurco, John Force Racing, and the Eric Medlen Project

Posted by Mike Cope on Mon, Dec 05, 2016

Hurco has many different partherships - some in education, tooling companies, CAM software compalnies, and both Indy Car and NHRA drag racing. Even though every single one of our relationships are important and special in their own way, one of the coolest relationships that we have is with John Force and the John Force Racing team.

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Tags: racing, indy, indycar, Hurco, NHRA, PRI Show

Flood Warning: a Fantastic Aftermarket Coolant ring for Hurco VM Machines

Posted by Mike Cope on Fri, Sep 23, 2016

One of the features about a Hurco that many customers love is the 8-nozzle coolant ring that comes standard on all VMX models of vertical machining centers, and the amount and flow of the flood coolant that can be experienced is sometimes unbelievable to many new users. Now Hurco VM owners can experience this same overwhelming feeling of flood coolant!

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Tags: inventions, Milling, Mill Tooling, customer, Hurco