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History

1966

Foundation of the third-party erosion company Herbert
Walter GmbH, development work for AEG-Elotherm.

1978

First independent product – vertical erosion machine HW 100.

1981

Development of the first CNC 4-axes eroding machine.
Type series 200.

1982

The first DE 10C with CNC control incl. automation, C-axis and
6-fold tool changer.

1985

Introduction of the portal eroding centre exeron 304E at
EMO Hannover. Today still known as a worldwide trendsetter.

1992

Founding of DIGMA GmbH. Goal: digitalisation machine
for the mould and tool production.

1995

mafell Maschinenfabrik Oberndorf (premium manufacturer in professional wood processing machines) takes over Herbert Walter GmbH as a 100 % shareholder. Rebranding into Walter-exeron GmbH.

1997

First wire eroding machine D603 made in Germany at the EMO Hannover. Expansion by adding the large portal eroding centre exeron 306K.

1998

Walter-exeron GmbH obtains all rights to the Multiform Erodiertechnik GmbH (formerly Deckel Erodiertechnik). Incorporation into the newly established exeron-Multiform GmbH as a full subsidiary company.

1999

Walter-exeron and exeron-Multiform merge and become exeron GmbH; headquarters: Fluorn-Winzeln. The subsidiary Wolfratshausen remains the service and distribution centre.

2005

exeron takes over the brand DIGMA from the Chiron-Werke Tuttlingen. Supplementation of the CNC vertical erosion centres manufactured until now with a completely new type series of HSC machining centres.

2008

New factory in Oberndorf. 30 years of eroding machines and 3 years of HSC machines provided by exeron. Delivery of the first HSC machine HSC 600 entirely developed by exeron, as a 3- and 5-axis machine.

2013

35 years of erosion machines by exeron.
Presentation of the new developed HSC MP7.
This machine set a new benchmark for Micro Precision Work.

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