September 14, 2015

Recognition

In 1968, John Parsons was the recipient of the Numerical Control Society’s inaugural Joseph Marie Jacquard Memorial Award.

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September 14, 2015

Machining Capabilities

CMS North America is a leading manufacturer of machining equipment, including 5 axis machining centers and vertical machining centers. CMS has led the way in machining equipment innovation, and was a manufacturer of complex 5 axis machining technology as early as 1985. CMS continues to innovate and lead the way in machining equipment advances.

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May 27, 2015

CMS Industries Overview

Learn how CMS Industries can serve your company with our versatile, customizable and highly advanced machining centers. CMS Industries would like to be your technology partner.

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February 5, 2015

CMS Industries Corporate Overview

Take a look inside CMS Industries’ new production facility in Zogno, Italy, which opened in October of last year. This video highlights the people who design and build the innovative machines we are proud to sell here in the United States.

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July 21, 2014

CMS North America Corporate Support Overview

CMS North America has been a leader in CNC Solutions for the world market since 1981. We wanted to show what sets us apart from other manufacturers so we put together this video. Take a look and see how we combine the most advanced CNC technology with superior customer service.

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June 16, 2014

CMS Italy to Build Integrated Industrial Center

We here at CMS North America are excited to announce some big changes with the Italian arm of our company. The following comes directly from CMS headquarters in Zogno, Italy.

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December 10, 2013

CMS North America | Your Technology Partner

CMS North America and CMS Industries is proud to be your leading technology partner when it comes to CNC machining solutions.

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January 14, 2013

History of CNC Machining: How the CNC Concept Was Born

Computerized Numerical Control, or CNC as we all now it, came about shortly after WWII as a result of the aircraft industry’s desire to produce more accurate and complex parts.

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