CMS North America Inc.

Manufactures wide range of 3-, 4-, 5-axis CNC machining centers, routers, waterjets for cutting, trimming composite materials, nonferrous metals, wood, stone, glass. Custom solutions for customer's production needs. Sales, training, software, 24/7 tech support, extensive parts inventory.

4095 Karona Ct.
Caledonia, MI 49316 US

Additional Locations:
via A. Locatelli, 49
Zogno, IT
39 0345 64 200


A Message from CMS North America Inc.

The Ares

The Ares advanced materials machining system is an adaptable five-axis CNC machining center.

The Antares

The Antares, a moving bridge solution spanning its side support shoulders, was developed for manufacturers with limited floor space and working with advanced materials including plastic.

The Cronus

The CMS Cronus moving bridge 5-axis CNC machining center and mill was designed for ultra-high precision, high power, and high speed.

The Poseidon

CMS developed the Poseidon vertical machining center for durability, reliability and precision machining of advanced materials such as—large sized aluminium and light alloy pieces, composite materials, impregnated fibres, sand-based, and wood-based materials.

The Ikon

The CMS IKON is a very flexible high speed milling machine.

The Athena

CMS' high speed 5-AXIS CNC machining center for the thermoforming and plastics machining industries.

As Seen In CompositesWorld

Emilia 4

Scm Group, Cms recognized for Emilia 4 solar car contributions
The Italian Emilia 4 team was greeted on June 30 by the Italian Consulate in Chicago, IL, US as they prepare to represent Europe in the American Solar Challenge.

Emilia 4

University of Bologna, CMS team up for American Solar Challenge
The Emilia 4 solar car is based on the use of a series of high-tech features including advanced materials such as carbon fiber laminates.

Tooling (2017)
Composite parts are formed in molds, also known as tools. Tools can be made from virtually any material. The material type, shape and complexity depend upon the part and length of production run. Here's a short summary of the issues involved in electing and making tools.

VBO prepreg on wing structure
GE Aviation scores first use of OOA wing trailing edge on large commercial aircraft.

Mubea Carbo Tech: High-quality auto composites go high-volume
Known for its precision and technical acumen in CFRP motorsports structures, MCT draws from its steel auto parts parent to push high-performance and industrial production to new plateaus.

Universal holding fixture for fast automatic positioning
CMS Industries patented its 5-axis holding fixture with pan and tilt pogos that can automatically position large parts or tools.

Moldmaker bypasses patterns for high-tech production catamarans
Direct-to-milled-tool process simplifies large deck mold development.

Inside a thermoplastic composites hotbed
As production of the A350 XWB ramps up, so does manufacture of the thermoplastic fuselage clips the plane requires. HPC sees how it’s done.

Composites 2010 Product Showcase
The ACMA’s Las Vegas exhibition reflected an industry in recovery.

Managing multi-axis manufacturing
Much early computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinery served short-run military and space programs where cost per part was too high to be acceptable in the manufacture of commercial aircraft. Now, Automated CNC machinery moves toward volume production and part-specific design.

SAMPE 2007 Baltimore
The SAMPE Symposium’s cross-country move proves a welcome boon to East Coast suppliers and composites professionals.

Product Categories of CMS North America Inc.

Auxiliary processing equipment, repair equipment, and supplies
  • Auxiliary processing equipment
    • CNC machining equipment (multiaxis)
    • Computer controls and software
    • Routers
    • Trimming equipment
    • Waterjet machining equipment