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All KSI Swiss Lathes Feature the latest Fanuc 0i-TF Controls
Spacious, well lit cabinet with easy access to tools for making tooling adjustments quickly and easily.
Large doors and access panels for maximum accessibility and visibility during machine setups.
KSI Swiss Lathes are the heaviest, most rigid machines on the market, reducing vibration, and providing thermal stability.
Up to 27 tool stations including modular live and fixed tooling. Multiple tools can be used in the cut simultaneously.
All Fanuc motors and controls, fully warrantied and ready for production.
GET MORE FOR LESS
Our CNC Swiss machines are well known for giving you more without paying more. We understand the importance of these machines and want to provide our customers with the tools they need to create their parts or products. The KSI Swiss CNC machine is designed to work hard so you don’t have to. You can turn out more products and parts in less time than you can with other similar types of machines. This is why Swiss machines are the only types of machines we offer at KSI Swiss.
January 1, 1990
Swiss Lathe Users
We began our journey in the 1990s as people who purchased and operated CNC Swiss Lathes. Back then, there weren't very many options, and they were prohibitively expensive.
July 1, 2000
Nexturn's First Importer
In our quest to find better, more affordable options for use in our own shop, we found a small machine tool builder in South Korea and became the first importer of the Nexturn line in the USA. We imported them first for our own use, then continued to sell over 100 Nexturn CNC Swiss machines all across the country.
March 1, 2004
We Decided to Build Our Own
After the instant success of the Nexturn line, and after hitting some roadblocks of engineering with the build teams, we decided to build our own line of machines in the USA. We wanted to control the engineering, quality, and be able to produce the most feature-packed machines on the market, for their price range.
May 1, 2005
The SQC Was Born
The first 13 SQC models were produced in Denver, Colorado, and we quickly realized that the cost to produce these machines in the USA was going to prevent us from hitting our pricing targets.
August 1, 2005
MMTC Established in South Korea
In order to increase the quality, and decrease the cost, we established MMTC in South Korea, and hired engineers and factory workers to produce SQC #14 and beyond.
July 1, 2007
Partnered with HJM
We partnered with HJM (the helmet company), in South Korea, and created our next generation of machines.