Hurco to Celebrate 50th Anniversary at IMTS 201 


Hurco will bring the party to McCormick Place to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with customers, industry partners, and IMTS attendees. Hurco will feature its latest CNC technology innovation on its 50th Anniversary Edition CNC machines.

“IMTS is the perfect venue to celebrate all of our loyal customers and all of the people who have been a part of Hurco’s success this past 50 years to help us fulfill our founder’s mission to make manufacturing companies of all sizes more productive and more profitable. We’ve designed the booth to honor our past while also celebrating the future with the latest technologies, including Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the introduction of new control features, such as 3D Import. To honor the past, we will have the very first Hurco CNC machine model (KM1) on display in addition to a timeline mural highlighting key events that have shaped Hurco. It’s fitting that our year-long celebration will culminate at IMTS since our co-founder, Mr. Roch, exhibited the very first CNC machine at IMTS in 1974. As the inventor of conversational programming, his commitment to leverage technology that’s easy to use in order to make manufacturing more efficient continues to drive innovation at Hurco,” said Maggie Smith, Hurco Marketing Manager. 

In addition to plenty of machine demos and technology previews, Hurco will toast the company’s 50th anniversary with a happy hour each day at 4:00 p.m. (CDT) and host a 50th Anniversary After-Hours Party on Wednesday, September 12 from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Hurco booth (#338319).

“We’re excited to use our 50th Anniversary IMTS events to showcase our customers who make some really cool products. Beverages will be dispensed from a Bottoms Up Beer system, made by an Indiana company that is turning the beer industry upside down—literally! And our 50th Anniversary IMTS gift was made by Bottle Breacher, an Arizona customer, Eli Crane, who used his winnings from the television show Shark Tank to buy his Hurco VM20i. Eli is a Navy SEAL veteran who turned his hobby into a thriving business. We hope the owners of both Bottoms Up Beer and Bottle Breacher will be able to break away from their shops for a few days and celebrate with us at IMTS. Both companies are a testament to the entrepreneurial spirit that is indicative of Hurco customers everywhere,” said Smith.

The Hurco booth will be divided into four quadrants: Automation, 5-Axis, 3-Axis, and Turning. In the Automation quadrant, attendees will see Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) in action with Hurco CNC machine demonstrations in partnership with ErowaUniversal RobotsFANUC robotsOnline Resources, and Industrial Controls & Automation. The 5-Axis quadrant will feature the latest 5-axis models and CNC technology that make the transition from conventional 3-axis machining to 5-sided machining easy and straightforward. The 3-Axis quadrant will feature our most popular CNC machines, the VMX6030i and the new VMX42Di with the direct drive spindle. In the turning quadrant, attendees will see the latest control software release that streamlines turning and milling. Hurco will also premiere its 3D Import feature with 3D DXF.

In addition to the 50th Anniversary parties and displays, Hurco will showcase the next generation 3D print head adapter that was first introduced at IMTS 2016. The following Hurco CNC machines will be under power at the Hurco booth:


Hurco CNC machines will also be featured at the AMT Emerging Technologies Center and at customer GWS Tool Group booth (#432480).

  • -VM5i - AMT Emerging Technologies Center
  • -BX40i – GWS Tool Group Booth


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