Charles McManus DMSQP department manager at DMG MORI USA left congratulates Matthew Mayer CEO of ROHM Products of America on Rohm being named a DMG MORI Qualified Products supplier. Click image to enlarge

Rohm Products of America has been named a DMG MORI Qualified Products designer/supplier. The designation means Rohm can now provide accessories for DMG MORI machines that have been certified according to the machine tool builder's standards.

Rohm supplies workholding and gripping technology. The company’s product offerings range from tiny drill chucks and highly efficient tool clamping equipment, to manual gripping technology and high-tech power clamping tools for workpiece diameters as big as 18 ft. Rohmhas provided workholding products to DMG MORI for many years.

The DMG MORI Qualified Products program was created to ensure that every product that works with a DMG MORI machine–whether it is a machining centre, lathe, or multi-axis machine–provides peak performance. The company identifies those suppliers that offer qualified products that meet DMG MORI’s standards, comply with the company’s two-year new machine warranty and offer customers single-source support.

“We have worked hard over the years to earn DMG MORI’s trust and to become a DMG MORI Qualified Products supplier,” says Matthew Mayer, Rohm CEO. “This designation reflects our ongoing commitment to provide superior clamping technology that helps customers gain a competitive advantage.”

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