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MachineTech Named Exclusive Distributor of Hurco CNC Machines

Several of the MachineTech team visited Hurco for factory training. (l-r) Alex Smith, Rick Smith, Blake English, Chris Marino, Eric Peper

Hurco announced that MachineTech will serve as the exclusive distributor of Hurco CNC machines in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and parts of West Virginia.

Cory Miller, General Manager of Hurco North America, said, "I know our customers are in good hands with the team at MachineTech. Hurco is fortunate to have a great network of experienced distributors who understand that service after the sale is the primary component to long-term success. MachineTech epitomizes this partnership philosophy that has allowed them to grow extensively throughout the Carolinas and Virginia."

With 40 years of experience, Rick Smith, founder of MachineTech, has built a family-owned business that is known for working closely with customers to provide productive and cost-effective machining solutions. Their sales and engineering support teams are experienced with all aspects of CNC milling, turning and 5-axis.

Smith said, "The entire team is very proud to represent Hurco. Our training at their Indianapolis facility further solidified how Hurco's control technology helps shops succeed. The flexibility of the control, with NC programming and conversational programming, in addition to a unique feature called NC/Conversational Merge, makes high-mix manufacturing more productive and more profitable. In today's labor market, ease of use is more important than ever-and as the inventor of conversational programming, Hurco continuously focuses on making sure their control is easy to learn and easy to use."

The Hurco philosophy of having one control across its entire product line of 70 different machines is another advantage that promotes growth and minimizes confusion, according to Smith. Whether a customer buys a 20 x 16 VM10i mill or a 3-meter DCXi double column machine, they can count on the same powerful control technology that has a straightforward user interface and robust control specifications, such as 10,000 block look-ahead and a 128 GB solid state hard drive.

The MachineTech Technology Center, which is both a demonstration facility and training center, is located in Charlotte right off of I-77 and Arrowood Road at Exit 2.

For more information contact:

MachineTech CNC

8100 Arrowridge Blvd.

Suite J

Charlotte, NC 28273


Hurco Companies, Inc.

One Technology Way

P.O. Box 68180

Indianapolis, IN 46268


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