About F & H Machine Tools
We provide class leading High-tech Conventional and CNC Machine Tools to customers in the engineering, automotive, aircraft, steel and metal-working industries. F&H proudly offers world class brands, as sole agent, for some of the most technologically advanced and productive machine tools. At the centre of our business ethos is our commitment to working with our customers to provide the optimum solution and support.
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Our innovative customer-centric approach to machine tools ensures that we are not only a leading supplier in South Africa, but that F&H is also the dominant provider of technical expertise and client support.Read More
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New from Okuma to reduce chatter during threading
NEW Machining Navi video including the additional function Machining Navi Tg which reduces chatter during threading.
Okuma Launches LB3000 EX II : Shaft Work Specialist
In recent years there has been a growing trend towards machine workpieces longer than 1000 mm, and the demand for improved threading productivity has also increased. Specifically designed to improve the productivity of long shaft applications, Okuma added a new model with 1300-mm distance between centres to its flagship LB3000…
GLEASON 685Q Quenching Machine
The new 685Q Quenching Machine for process controlled manufacturing (PCM) replaces the 537 PCM for improved production quenching of automotive, truck and tractor main drive gears, aerospace gears and other flat, cylindrical parts up to 685 mm (27″) in diameter. Some of the benefits offered by the 685Q are: Achieve…
600 UK puts a new slant on single-hit turning with flatbed c-axis Alpha XC lathe
Making its debut at MACH 2016 was the New Harrison Alpha XC combination CNC lathe, now incorporating driven tooling and full c-axis interpolation. This feature, a significant addition to the unique, simple to operate, CNC Alpha lathe now allows operators to carry out secondary operations at the machine in one…