GMTA Offering Stiefelmayer Lasers In North America

Full line of fiber and diode laser machines for cutting and hardening

German Machine Tools of America (GMTA) proudly announces the signing of an agreement with Stiefelmayer GmbH (Denkendorf, Germany) to represent that company’s line of laser machines in North America.  Stiefelmayer offers lasers for various cutting applications, including motor laminations, plus laser hardening.

The agreement is effective immediately and was announced by GMTA President Walter Friedrich from the headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Friedrich commented, “The Stiefelmayer line is a highly regarded brand in Germany.  Coupled with our Arnold line of laser systems, the new lasers will give us a formidable offering to the North American market, especially in automotive and the burgeoning EV market.”

Stiefelmayer further prides itself on their blue effective® program of energy saving technology and sustainability, designed to create both environmental and economic benefits to the user.

The Stiefelmayer laser is particularly well adapted to cutting precision shapes in thin substrates, including mild steel, stainless, copper and brass.  Motor laminations are a particular specialty and this fact matches the drive to EV in the American auto industry.

For full specifications on the Stiefelmayer machines, please visit: https://stiefelmayer-lasertechnik.de/en/laser-technology/home.html

For a video of the Stiefelmayer laser used to produce motor laminations, please watch: https://player.vimeo.com/video/306803000

About German Machine Tools of America (GMTA)

GMTA represents various lines of German machine tools and metal fabricating equipment.

With over 400 machines installed in North America, German Machine Tools of America (GMTA) is a market force in precision workpiece and specialty markets such as gear manufacturing, wherever accuracy is a must, regardless of the operation or end product produced. 

Including gear cutting and honing, surface grinding and deburring machines, wheelset presses, straightening presses, rail track presses, multi-spindle lathes, multi-station vertical turning machinery and more.

For more information on this announcement, please contact: 

GERMAN MACHINE TOOLS OF AMERICA (GMTA)
4630 Freedom Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone:  734-973-7800
Fax:  734-973-3053
Web:  www.gmtamerica.com
Email:  sales@gmtamerica.com
Attention:  Walter Friedrich, President

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