Winton Machine Announces a Cost-Saving Drilling Option for Rotary Draw CNC Tube Benders

by | Sep 28, 2018 | News


Lisa Winton, CEO, Winton Machine Company
770-831-1917 |

Metro Atlanta, Georgia – Winton Machine announces a drilling option to its Rotary Draw CNC tube benders allowing the end user to eliminate the need for a secondary operation. “Secondary operations can be labor intensive and repeatability inefficient. With our drill option, the operator now has an automated, single solution,” said George Winton. The ability to bend and/or drill a part in one operation reduces cycle time, improves repeatability and reduces overhead costs.  A drilled hole is most often used in preparation for making a “T” connection in a copper tube. Watch the video of Winton’s programmable drill option.

This cost saving option is ideal for HVAC manufacturers bending copper and stainless steel tubing.

About Winton Machine Company

George and Lisa Winton built their first machine in the basement of their home in Lawrenceville, Georgia in 1997. Winton now manufactures over 100 different machines which use their proprietary software.  George Winton is a Professional Engineer with over 22 years of experience designing industrial machinery.

The company continues to expand its line of tube and coax fabrication equipment. Engineered solutions often become standard features on many of the machines. Winton has over 500 customers in the United States and in countries across Europe, South America and Asia. Winton Machine partners with agents in Russia, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Israel, India, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, China, Egypt, Poland, Japan and France.

Winton specializes in providing engineered solutions in major industries such as HVAC/Refrigeration, Aerospace, Electronics, Microwave and Military.  Winton is privileged to serve top companies and organizations in the U.S. and around the world. Learn more at

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