LISSMAC Corporation Showroom

LISSMAC Corporation

Sheet Metal Deburring Machinery

In 2000, LISSMAC extended its product range with innovative handling technology which is marketed through the business division MT Handhabungs- und Robotersysteme GmbH (MT handling and robot systems). With the consistent improvement to their own in-house production process techniques, LISSMAC developed, in the year 2002, an innovative steel brushing machine for the efficient removal of the oxidisation layer on sheet metal cut edges, particularly that resulting from laser cutting. In continuous further development of the steel brushing machine, LISSMAC now offers the sheet metal working industry an efficient grinding machine. This machine is principally deployed in processing the edges of stainless steel plates.

356 Hudson River Road
Waterford, NY 12188

Phone: 518-326-9094
Fax: 518-326-9098

Sales Contact
Gabi Hughes - Office Manager

Recent Content on for LISSMAC Corporation

October 9, 2013
A deburred edge that everyone accepts
Laitram Machinery, Harahan, La., has been battling inconsistent edge preparation for years. It was simply a case of having no universally accepted standard to model a quality edge and having mutiple individuals deburr edges as they saw fit. New part finishing equipment has changed all of that, however.
April 24, 2013
Fabricator helps entrepreneurs grow
As part of its unofficial business plan, Cumming, Ga.-based Accufab gets in on the ground floor and helps entrepreneurs to get off the ground. As a result, the company is able to grow with its customers.
August 9, 2012
Lissmac acquires Steelmaster line
Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH, Bad Wurzach, Germany, has announced the acquisition of the metal finishing segment of Homag Group in Beckum, Germany,...
July 10, 2012
Lissmac purchases Steelmaster brand
Lissmac Corp., Waterford, N.Y., has purchased the Steelmaster brand from Butfering. Lissmac now is the owner, manufacturer, and distributor of...
December 3, 2009
Finishing off oxide layer problems
General Sheet Metal Works, South Bend, Ind.,had a 0.25-in. part that forced them tochoose between stamping and laser cutting tofabricate the part. Luckily, the companydiscovered an oxidation removal machine thathelped to make laser cutting with oxygen thelogical choice for the job.
June 2, 2009
LISSMAC opens U.S. headquarters
LISSMAC GmbH of Bad Wurzach, Germany, a manufacturer and distributor of construction machinery; special purpose equipment, including SBM sheet metal...