Optimation adds Kingsbury to its family of companies providing complete engineering, machining and final machine assembly capabilities for assembly, machining, and web based manufacturing. Kingsbury Corporation is a world leader in the design and manufacture of premier special purpose assembly and test systems; custom rotary dial, inline transfer, and SPM machines; flexible machining centers; and web based (roll to roll) machines. For over a century, the Kingsbury name has been synonymous with quality, durability and reliability in a wide range of products for the automotive, appliance and aerospace industries, to name a few. Example Kingsbury machines include large rotaries 20 feet in diameter and straight line machines well over 100 feet long.
Flexible Machining Centers
- Dual Spindle with independent Z/W-Axis feed systems
- Up to 7 axis of motion, (X, Y, Z, W, A, B, C) plus 2 axis of Tool Change
- Average Tool Change Time 3.4 seconds chip to chip over typical 10 tool change program
Kingsbury's manufacturing center has been relocated to 1600 Lexington Avenue ("Optimation Place") in Rochester, NY, capitalizing on the area's strong base of manufacturing. By joining with Optimation, Kingsbury has broadened the technologies it offers. Kingsbury continues to support the installed base of thousands of Kingsbury machines around the world. Daily, the Kingsbury parts department processes and ships orders for parts. Many Kingsbury machines have been in steady production for decades, proving the durability of a Kingsbury product. Kingsbury service technicians are also available to remanufacture any Kingsbury machine, regardless of age, condition or geographic location.
Using their proven designs, Kingsbury adapts the world's leading technologies to produce agile manufacturing and assembly systems for global competition. Parts machined and assembled by Kingsbury systems are in the cars you drive, the jets you fly on, and in the appliances you use every day. For decades when customers came to Kingsbury, they received the solutions they needed to produce the world's best products. This continues to be true today for manufacturers of engine components, refrigerators, transmissions, brakes, lawn mowers, power tools, electric motors, steering systems, drive trains and more.
Don't Worry, It's a Kingsbury