STAMA Maschinenfabrik is a German machine tool manufacturer and a sister company of CHIRON. STAMA specialises in advanced 4 and 5-axis machines, single, twin and 4 spindle vertical machining centres and mill-turn centres.

These offer flexibility and high production efficiency across the range of small-batch and high volume machining and with their inherent reliability and automatic loading options, making them well suited to unmanned machining environments and heavy-duty machining.

System 3 Series

    Featuring 180° swivel table and X-range up to 700 mm. Complete manufacturing in two clamping positions, with loading and unloading during machining. Ideal for highly productive series manufacturing.

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System 5 Series

    One work space with a fixed table or device bridge, and X-range up to 1000 mm. Ideal for flexible machining of large workpieces and multiple fixtures.

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System 7 Series

    Single place milling-turning centre with one milling spindle and one or two turning spindle(s) in the work space. Complete milling and turning within a small footprint. Ideal for highly flexible manufacturing of single parts and small series.

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System 8 Series

    Single place and two place milling-turning centres, available as single-spindle and double-spindle TWIN. Ideal for reliable and precise complete milling and turning of complex workpieces.

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STAMA provides leading machining centres and milling-turning centres for cutting-edge manufacturers worldwide, with their reach and capabilities enhanced by ETG. This partnership allows STAMA machines to fulfil a vast variety of machining specifications around the globe.

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Sustainable • Space saving • Energy efficient
Flexibility • Precision

STAMA pour every ounce of their expert knowledge into their machining centres, ensuring that they produce an end-product that is of the highest possible quality. This is then combined with ETG’s vast industrial knowledge base and turnkey capabilities to provide customers with the right equipment, every time.

Stama's History

The company was founded in 1938 by Gotthilf Stark, when they produced petrol lighters, band saws, handcarts or spätzle presses. STAMA continued to produce many pioneering innovations from 1946 including:

  • 1954 – Ability to use up to seven tools successively and efficiently on a stand drilling machine, the trend-setting, patented STAMA Revolver  drilling heads
  • 1963 – Revolver drilling automated system RV 115/H
  • 1970 – Automation begins: The first STAMA NC Revolver drilling automated system is developed
  • 1975 – STAMA present the first vertical CNC controlled machining centre
  • 1980 – The first CNC double-spindle machining centre from STAMA
  • 1997 – The first CNC centre for the complete machining of bars comes from STAMA

Pointing towards productivity

  • 2007 – With the new 4-spindle centres, twin users achieve a productivity boost.
  • 2007 – For highly productive 6-sided complete machining in series manufacturing: MT-2C. The innovative manufacturing solution based on the MT technology
  • 2014 – Realisation of the new STAMA design. The attractive and modern appearance is well received at the customers, in future, all series will be equipped with this look.
  • 2015 – STAMA presents the first robot cell (VARIOCELL SYSTEM). Developed and machined by STAMA.

Take a look inside the STAMA SYSTEM 8 Mill-Turn Series