Brief Company Profile
The history of the machine tools ŠKODA goes all the way back to 1911. The machines have gradually become the symbol of high technical level, reliability and excellent design. Unique constructions were developed thanks to which the today’s bearer of the centennial tradition, the company ŠKODA MACHINE TOOL a.s., is ranked among the most prominent world producers of machine tools. The company has a strong experimental, developmental and structuraly-technological potential of creative workers and keeps a lead in technical level of its products. Horizontal boring machines ŠKODA are represented by a line of heavy quilled bed types HCW with a spindle mean of 150 to 300 mm. All these machines have hydrostatic circuits. The heavy line of bed types is complemented by a lighter line of horizontal milling machines FCW with a spindle mean of 145 and 150 mm. It is possible to equip the bed type workplaces with turntables with carrying capacity from 25 to 500 tonnes and with a number of various milling and boring heads and other equipment. The heavy lathes ŠKODA are represented by a line with a traditional labelling ŠKODA SR. This line enables turning work of workpieces up to a mean of 5200 mm and weight up to 450 tonnes. In all instances these are modular lines which permit a quick reaction to the needs of customers and also permit a development of custom workplaces, for example for rotor dressing of turbo-generators, rotors of steam turbines, heavy crankshafts and other heavy and shape demanding workpieces. Machines ŠKODA are put into operations where high tech and high productivity is used. More than 90 % of the production is made for export. The most important export territories are China, Finland, The Netherlands, India, Japan, Canada, South Korea, Germany, Austria, Russia and Ukraine.
- Horizontal milling and boring machines ŠKODA FCW
- Horizontal milling and boring machines ŠKODA HCW
- Centre lathes ŠKODA SR
- Special machines
- General reparations and modernization