Citizen CNC Machines



Citizen CNC makes sliding headstock type CNC automatic lathes, fixed headstock type CNC automatic lathes and multi-station machining cells. Keep reading to learn about selecting the perfect ones for your application. This page is intended to inform you about the company that makes the Citizen CNCs, help you find local service, give you an overview of the products produced under the Citizen name and give you guidelines on how to shop for Citizen lathes for sale.

Citizen Company & History



Citizen has its origin in watchmaking. Highly precise machine tools were needed to make the intricate parts of watches. It was founded in Tokyo in 1930 and begin selling machine tools in 1961. The first NC lathe was called a Cincom D16. Miyano Machinery became a subsidiary of Citizen Holding Co. in 2010. As of 2018, Citizen Machinery Co., LTD reported having 700 employees and 12 group companies, one of which is MARUBENI CITIZEN-CINCOM INC. Marubeni Citizen-Cincom is headquartered in New Jersey and supports both North and South American distributors. They support sales and service via a distributor network. For help or information used Citizen CNC lathes, you can fill out a support ticket with Marubeni Citizen-Cincom, or reach out to the nearest distributor.

Citizen Swiss Lathes by Series



When you are looking at used Citizen Swiss lathes for sale, youll need to define the size parts and complexity that you plan to make. If youre inexperienced and need help, you can call one of our engineers at 844-262-6789, and they can help you decide on a good fit. That information will help you determine the number of turrets, spindles, axis and chuck size that is best for your application. Citizen has made numerous types of lathes over the years, with the current versions under the Cincom, Miyano and MC20 series names.