Machine Tool Builder Partners

There’s more to it than the machine.

Connect with the future of your business through our builder partnerships.

Whether you’re looking to add capabilities or simply focusing on delivering your current programs, advanced machine tool technology is essential. Great machines amplify the skills of your team, and it’s our mission to bring you the tools that enhance your excellence. That’s why at Hartwig, we partner with only the best of breed machine tool builders to ensure every piece of equipment we deliver generates maximum ROI for you.

Our Partnerships


EOS is the global technology and quality leader for high-end 3D printing solutions for industry. EOS systems enable serial 3D print production (also called Additive Manufacturing, or AM) enabling manufacturing companies to produce high-quality products based on industrial 3D printing technologies for plastic and metal materials. Customers utilizing EOS AM solutions gain many benefits from the paradigm-shifting technology: lightweight structures, cost reductions based on functional integration, individualization, as well as accelerated product development and production.



Flow International Corporation provides technologically advanced, environmentally sound solutions to the manufacturing and industrial cleaning markets. Flow is the pacesetter in the development and manufacture of ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) waterjet technology, and a leading provider of robotics equipment.



Geminis is a leader in large capacity, heavy-duty turning solutions that are customizable for simple to complex applications. The Geminis product range includes large flat-bed CNC lathes for part diameters up to 138” and part lengths up to 945”. Machine configurations include; turning only, turning with live tooling + C-axis, Y-axis, and heavy-duty milling columns. Multitasking options include turning, milling, grinding on a single platform with tool changing systems.



Hardinge offers the largest variety of metal-cutting turning machines, grinding machines, machining centers, collets, chucks, index fixtures, repair parts, standard and specialty workholding devices, and other machine tool accessories. Hardinge’s solutions can be found in a broad base of industries including aerospace, agricultural, automotive, construction, consumer products, defense, energy, medical, technology, and transportation.


HE&M Saw

For over 50 years, HE&M Saw has been the leader in new band saw technology, setting the standard with more patented innovations than any other band saw manufacturer in the world. HE&M Saw manufactures more than 70 different models of production band saws for the metalworking industry. Their product line includes vertical, horizontal, plate and double column saws with capacities ranging from 12” x 12” to 80” x 80” machines. Automatic material handling tables and other time-saving features are available as options.



Loxin designs and manufactures high-tech machine solutions for industries in which higher technological capabilities are required. Loxin’s products are based on a proprietary robotics technology, Tricept, that delivers advanced results in stiffness, accuracy, speed, and flexibility, depending on the demands of the application.



Modig specializes in high velocity machining centers, having pioneered the world’s first ones in the late 1980s. Modig continues to drive innovation in machine tools today and is celebrated as one of the world’s leading companies in premium performance machining centers.



Momentum prides itself on tailoring the ideal solution to meet the specific needs of each customer. An American owned company, Momentum delivers custom configurations across a robust offering in vertical lathes and flat bed lathes with speed to market and value unmatched by other builders.



Okuma is a world leader in CNC machine tools, founded in 1898 in Nagoya, Japan. The company is the industry’s only single-source provider, with the CNC machine, drive, motors, encoders, spindle and CNC control all manufactured by Okuma. Okuma’s innovative and reliable CNC machining technology, paired with comprehensive, localized service protection, allows users to run continuously with confidence and maximize profitability. Along with its industry-leading distribution network (largest in the Americas), and Partners in THINC, Okuma facilitates quality, productivity and efficiency, empowering the customer and enabling competitive advantage in today’s demanding manufacturing environment.



Designed to move, Okamoto offers a wide variety of grinding machines ranging from small, hand-fed capabilities to large, advanced machines. Hartwig’s grinder line-up from Okamoto includes Saddle, Column, OD, ID, and centerless grinders. In addition, we also offer high-production rotary surface models to put you in direct line of exceptional quality.


Shibaura Machine

Shibaura Machine, formerly known as Toshiba Machine Co., includes approximately 30 regional companies supplying global markets with products including plastic injection molding machines, machine tools, die-casting machines, robotics equipment and semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Toshiba Machine Co., America is one of these regional companies, supporting the North American market.



The SNK Machine Tool Group is a world leader in the design and the technological development of large, innovative machine tools for the aerospace, heavy construction, energy, automotive die, and oil & gas industries.



Sodick has been an industry leader for over 40 years providing expertise in electrical discharge machining services such as Wire EDM, Sinker EDM, Small Hole EDM for the production of dies, molds and other various applications, as well as, High Speed Milling and EBM Polishing. They offer a 10-Year Positioning Accuracy Guarantee on linear motor driven Wire and Sinker EDMs and unparalleled support from their dedicated parts team to ensure accuracy throughout the life of their products.



Soraluce is a technology driven leader of highly customizable multitasking machine for machining large, complex parts. The Soraluce product range includes; boring mills, bridge mills and multitasking machining centers ideal for machining parts 30 cubic inches and larger. Machine configurations includes; bed, floor and portal type designs with fixed, rotary and mill/turn table options, pallet changers and over 300 spindle heads.



Founded in 1923 as a gauge block manufacturer, Tsugami’s roots are precision manufacturing, and that is still the foundation for Tsugami’s manufacturing technology today. These machines are known throughout the world for machining and positioning accuracy, exacting construction techniques, flexible designs, speed, and reliability. Tsugami is currently one of the premier brands of Swiss automatic lathes in North America, led by robust sales of its modular SS and BE platforms.


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