Elisenberg Engineering's workshop consists of high-quality Swiss and German machine tools and tooling from the late 1960s and early 1970s. These tools were made at the peak of the manual machine age and represent a collection of some of the finest tools ever produced. They do show some use over the last decades, naturally, yet are still capable of very fine work. These machines were made to an incredibly high quality standard, which I endeavor to honor with the quality of my own work.
The primary machine tools include:
Schaublin 13 Milling machine (horizontal, vertical, and high speed heads)
Schaublin 135 Lathe (screw cutting)
Schaublin 102 Lathe (plane turning)
Arboga Drill Press (1-13mm)
Deckel SOe single lip cutter grinder