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Modig Machine Tool

Founded in 1947, Modig Machine Tool focuses on building best in class machines.  Modig strives towards constant innovation, cutting edge technology, and unmatched standards of excellence.  With in-house R&D, Modig develops and manufactures both the machine and the fixtures providing a significant advantage for their customers.  Modig provides customers with manufacturing solutions that make them market leaders in their industry segments.

Modig inverted machines IM6 IM8 IM10


Inverted Machining
MODIG’s inverted machining centers has inherent machining advantages over traditional processes. With the cutting tool working from below, not only is removing chips from the work piece effectively now possible but this design also allows for a more stable machine resulting in improved speed and precision. MODIG’s inverted machining center product line consists of the IM machine series which meet demands for high productivity, total reliability, and highest level of accuracy.

Horizontal Machining
MODIG HHV (Horizontal High Velocity) is a universal machining center for bar or extrusion components. Developed in close cooperation with the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers, the HHV quickly became the first choice of top performing machine shops. MODIG bar- and extrusion machining centers include the HHV2 and HHV3. Apart from the bar-and extrusion machining centers, MODIG has a wide range of horizontal machining centers including the FlexiMill, P51, D80, H12, U19, and EVM-2.

Vertical Machining
MODIG vertical machining centers include the RigiMill MG and RigiMill MT. The RigiMill Moving Gantry (MG) was developed to produce the fastest chip removal rates in the world. Purposely designed at a reduced scale, it offers new achievable performances compared to existing machines in the market. The RigiMill Moving Table (MT) is equally as compact as the RigiMill MG but requires less floor space. It provides the highest quality in precision and rigidity, with chip removal rates up to 55 cubic inches/min (0.9 liter) in titanium and 1,000 cubic inches/min (16.4 liters) in aluminum.