Ultra precise horizontal machining center
Ever since it was founded in 1862, the Geneva-based Société d’Instruments de Précision (SIP) has been a benchmark for precision machine tool engineering. The basic design of SIP machines can still be found today in all traditional machining centers, both for vertical and horizontal models.

SIP 7000/7 4A
SIP 7000/7 5A

The horizontal SIP machining centers are living proof that ultra-precision is by no means a myth. Gearbox housings, spindle heads and two-axis turntables can be machined with significantly higher levels of precision than with conventional machining centers, making them the obvious choice for customers.