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History

At the end of the 60's the REGMAN company established a laboratory in Turin .

The scope of this laboratory was to design and manufacture Air Bearings to meet new market requirements, especially in metrology, needs that traditional rolling bearings were not capable of meeting. Over the years, collaboration with universities, research institutes and private companies led to various industrial patents being registered.

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Years Event
1967-1972
  • Development of Air Bearings for simple applications.
1973-1975
  • Development of precision Linear Guides and Rotary Tables.
1976-1977
  • Development of Spindles and Turbo-Spindles for micro-machining.
1978-1982
  • Rapid development in the use of aerostatic systems on small and large sized, coordinated measuring machines (CMM) for quality control, especially in the mechanical and aerospace fields.
  • Automatic assembly systems on assembly lines.
  • Development of simulators to study the dynamics-behaviour of high speed train bogies.
  • Development of aerostatic hybrid sliding systems with magnetic contrast for linear and circular guides and for automatic, flexible equipment on CMM.
1983-1985
  • Development and manufacturing of profilometers, roundmeters and roughness testers to control linear, circular and flat geometries.
  • Production of guide systems for primary Durometers for Rockwell and Vickers hardness.
  • Prototyping and validation of vibration generators (Shaker) for research into resonance in complex structures.
1986-1988
  • Development of large roundmeters to control geometries in the rotation of highly powerful gas turbine discs to produce electrical energy.
  • The manufacture of automatic equipment to control the orientation of monocrystalline silicon under x-rays for a new type of mass sampling.
1989-1993
  • For corporate reasons REGMAN changed its company name and became MAGER Srl It moved to a new plant in Cambiano (Turin). Business expanded and new clients were acquired, particularly abroad, with the development of new know-how.
1995-1998
  • With increased density of parts on the electronic boards (micro-electronics), highly productive multi-axes systems were developed for their functional testing. This led to the manufacture of motorised guide systems for the first Flying-Probe Tester, multi-axes, flexible and automatic machines (up to 12 per machine) with aerostatic-magnetic guides and air bearings activated by permanent magnet, linear electrical motors. There by motion was developed that was contact and friction free and highly dynamic and reliable. They achieved international success.