Monday, 10 April 2017 08:29

WorthyCAM to represent Lang Technik Robotics in New Zealand

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It was back in 1982 that Josef Lang, a contractor for mould-makers and manufacturer of general mechanical components  established Lang Werkzeughau business in Neuhausen Germany.  Little did he know at that time that in the years to come his company,  now known as Lang Tecnik,  would become a world leader in 5-axis machining and manufacturing optimisation,  establish a North american subsidiary and nowrepresentation  in New Zealand.

Lewis Worthing is the principal of WorthyCAM, the company appointed  as Lang Technik's New Zealand representative and he is well motivated and has the skill, qualifications and experience with machine tools to see the Lang Technik equipment installed on factory floors throughout the country.

He told MSCNewsWire that the Lang Technik equipment is ideally suited for the New Zealand market. They provide innovative solutions in the field of clamping , optimiasation of set-up time and automation.  The exiting thing is  that now short  production runs can compete very favourably on all levels  in what was previously the domain of those who had long run production facilities.  

Working out of Auckland and Hawke's Bay  Lewis  is well placed to bring the Lang Technik capabilites to you.  In the first instance you can reach him by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or visit www.worthycam.co.nz