History

1911

The plants of ŠKODA start up the production of own milling machines.

1920

The factory starts the production of lathes for machining of crank shafts.

1940

Electromotors began to be used by all machines.

1958

Horizontal boring machine ŠKODA WD 200 won the gold medal on the EXPO in Brussels.

1980

ŠKODA starts the production of CNC machines. 

1983

Was started the production of machines with hydrostatic guiding.

1993

The concept of machines was affected by the cooperation (joint venture) with German company Dörries Scharmann.

1994

Finishing of the development of first two biaxial continuously controlled heads for five-axis machining - UFK 1600.

1999

Development of the concept of SR - type lathes.

2000

Development of the concept of HCW and FCW - type HBM.

2007

The establishment of the branch ŠKODA EASTERN in China, which follows the concept of the joint venture, with Chinese partner founded in 1997.

2009

Development of the high speed machines type HCW 2000-4000.

2016

Was sold the biggest HBM in the history of ŠKODA.