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DECKEL FP 2 Toolroom Mill
Asperg
1 Bid
3,500 €
16/12/2016;11:16
DECKEL FP 4 Tool Milling Machine
Apeldoorn
0 Bids
3,500 €
14/12/2016;12:01
DECKEL DE 10 Die Sinking EDM Machine
Weilheim Teck
1 Bid
2,500 €
16/12/2016;10:48
DECKEL KF 12 Copy Milling Machine
Weilheim Teck
0 Bids
300 €
16/12/2016;13:12
DECKEL SO Stylus Grinding Machine
Wald
2 Bids
270 €
13/12/2016;14:12

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  1. DECKEL - Company profile
  2. Products and services of DECKEL
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DECKEL - Company profile

The Friedrich DECKEL AG company was founded in 1898 under the name “BRUNS & DECKEL”. Their main area of focus at the time was the development and manufacture of highly-precise camera shutters. Friedrich Deckel later became sole owner of the company Friedrich DECKEL GmbH and their highly-precise tool machinery for precision mechanics and mould-making were largely produced by their proprietary company. In 1911, they decided to also supply tool machinery in addition to their camera shutter products; such precise machinery was hardly available on the market at this time. Special machinery construction would later become the core business of the company. The manufacture of injection pumps for motorised vehicle engines commenced in 1924 with the BMW 801 aeroplane engine coming onto the market in 1940. By the end of the 1950s, DECKEL focussed on tool machinery. DECKEL milling machines from the FP series, beginning with the DECKEL FP1, became known around the world. They can be used universally, are highly precise and are manufactured to exacting standards. The milling machines are highly adaptable thus making them ideal for a wide range of tasks. In the subsequent years leading up to 1972, the company developed into the fourth largest tool machinery manufacturer in Germany. The company then traded under the name Friedrich DECKEL AG. The development and production of camera shutters was discontinued from 1976. In 1993, DECKEL AG merged with their competitor MAHO AG to become DECKEL MAHO AG. Neither of the companies was in good form at the time due to mismanagement, which resulted in an application for insolvency a year later for the newly merged company. Today, DECKEL MAHO belongs to the GILDEMEISTER corporation. The company FPS Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH assumed responsibility for servicing, spare parts and general overhaul services for DECKEL’s tool machinery.

Products and services of DECKEL

German-produced DECKEL machinery is still very popular in the field of tool machinery, be it almost brand new or used machinery. When overhauled, they are almost as good as new and are ideal for many manufacturing sectors, such as tool-, mould- and prototype production, as well as repair departments, development processes and training. These almost indestructible machines are available in a conventional design type and with CNC. The models FP1, FP2 and FP3 (available in many variants) stand for the safety and quality you can expect from a German manufacturer. With regard to Deckel’s CNC and NC machinery, the models FP4 CC/T, FP2 A Contour 3, FP2 NC with DECKEL dialogue control or HEIDENHAIN control systems are available second-hand. The FP3 A is on offer with dialogue control or SIEMENS control systems, and the FP3 NC is available with dialogue control, HEIDENHAIN or SIEMENS control systems. The FP4 features CNC path controls, SINUMERIK- or HEIDENHAIN control systems.

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