Competence center for hard finishing.
Integration of the Gleason-Hurth Machine Division into the Gleason-Pfauter organization.
Introduction of GX Series Threaded Wheel Grinding Machines.
Complete line of Power Skiving machines.
30,000th Machine delivered.
Introduction of the Genesis Hobbing Machines Series.
The Pfauter Group joins Gleason Corporation.
Acquisition of Mikron gear machine activities in Biel, Switzerland leads to the founding of Gleason-Pfauter Switzerland. The first P100 Dry Hobbing Machine is presented.
First profile grinding machine.
Delivery of the first Pfauter PE150 CNC Hobbing Machine. The PE150 will become the best selling hobbing machine worldwide.
Presentation of first NC hobbing machine at EMO Paris, France.
After the dismantling of most of the equipment, the company is expropriated and the Pfauter family transfers to the Allied Zone. A new plant is opened in Ludwigsburg, West Germany.
Pfauter introduces the ‘climb hobbing’ process, the first automated hobbing machine and the first motorized hob head. The factory grows to 17,000 m2 and 800 employees.
Socially engaged and innovative for its time, The Hermann Pfauter Foundation provides a company pension plan.
The 2,000th Pfauter hobbing machine is produced. Robert Hermann Pfauter dies on October 14th, 1914 at the age of 60. His wife, Clara Pfauter, assumes management of the company.
The Hermann Pfauter Maschinenfabrik KG is founded in Chemnitz, Germany.
Robert Hermann Pfauter invents and patents the gear hobbing process.