History of GISSLERprecision - precision metal parts

GISSLERprecision GmbH & Co. KG was originally founded on 1st January 1986 by Hubert Gissler in Zell-Unterharmersbach. Very soon, the rented premises were too small and a company-owned production hall with office wing (900m² in total) was constructed in Zell’s industrial zone Steinenfeld. In the following years, a second hall of 580m² was added to the production area.

The company became increasingly known both nationally and internationally as a specialist in metal machining for CNC turning, milling and grinding. Consequently, a third production hall with a total of 1,290m² was built in November 2011, including offices for process planning, quality assurance and production management. The office wing also includes a fully climatised measuring room with vibration-free floor. At the same time an 11-axis-lathe NAKAMURA SUPER NTM 3 with robot loading, two lathes MORI SEIKI NL2500SY/ 700 and MAZAK QT Smart 350 as well as a high-precision circular grinding machine KEL-VERA with automated loading system were added to the machinery.

At the end of 2013, we additionally commissioned an optical wavemeter VICIVISION MTL Ergon 850 x 120 with data link to QS-STAT.

In early 2014, equipped with the appropriate production and measurement instrumentation, the company entered into gear milling: external gearing / involute gearing (up to module 6) as well as spur gearing / serration.

In late 2014 and early 2015, the machinery was extended by a high-efficiency multi-axis turning centre MORI SEIKI NZX 2000-800SY as well as MORI SEIKI NZ2000 T2Y, each with two turrets and Y-axis for high precision machining of complex workpieces with maximum productivity.

Effective from 1st October 2015, three company executives became shareholders alongside Hubert Gissler: managing director Christian Wordl (34%), executive producer Karl-Heinz Spitzer (8.5%) and quality manager Armin Leopold (8.5%). This contribution of capital was used entirely to increase the company’s capital stock.

In late 2015 and early 2016, a high precision, high efficiency integrated lathe and milling centre MORI SEIKI NT3200DCG/ 1000SZ with milling spindle, turret and 40 station tool magazine as well as a high precision lathe MORI SEIKI NLX2500SY/ 700 with turret and Y-axis we added.

In mid 2016, the company entered in to laser marking with a fibre laser station GRAVOTECH TF420. We then extended our machinery by a high precision lathe MORI SEIKI NL2500SY/ 700 with turret and Y-axis as well as a high efficiency multi-axis turning centre MORI SEIKI NZ2000 T3Y3 with three turrets and three Y-axes.

Due to these ongoing investments, the company remains technically up to date and sets the course for further challenges as well as for even more sophisticated precision metal parts.