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 the two lathes MORI SEIKI NL2500SY/ 700 and MAZAK QT Smart 350 were added to the machinery.
In early 2014, equipped with the appropriate production and measurement instrumentation, the company entered into gear milling: external gearing / involute gearing (hobbing, 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 and 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 early 2016, a high precision lathe MORI SEIKI NLX2500SY/ 700 with one turret and Y-axis was added.
In mid 2016, the company entered into laser marking with a fibre laser station GRAVOTECH TF420. We then extended the machinery by two high precision lathes MORI SEIKI NL2500SY/ 700 with one 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.
At the end of 2017, the machinery was further extended by a new high precision lathe MORI SEIKI NLX2500SY/ 700 with one 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.
In late 2018 and early 2019, a new high precision lathe MORI SEIKI NLX2500SY/ 700 with one turret and Y-axis as well as a MORI SEIKI NL2000/ 500 were added.
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.