Miyano was established in 1929 as a manufacturer of precision industrial files located in Kameido, in Tokyo’s Koto-ku. After World War II, Miyano moved to Nagano Prefecture and began manufacturing flint wheels for cigarette lighters. The company made its own automatic lathes to process the raw material for its flint wheels, and this eventually led Miyano to start manufacturing machine tools.

Miyano developed a variety of automatic lathes, including cam-operated lathes, hydraulically operated lathes, and multi-spindle lathes, providing the foundation that has now made Miyano the world’s leading manufacturer of CNC lathes. Miyano has been a pioneer in the postwar development of automatic lathes, continually achieving advances in productivity and precision as well as producing advanced supporting devices and automated systems.

Miyano Machinery USA was established in 1975 in Chicago, and moved to their current headquarters in Wood Dale, Illinois in 1987. This facility houses Miyano’s North American service, engineering and sales staff, as well as over 50,000 stock parts.

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