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Published: 2/19/2007

Swiss Precision And Flexibility Help Shop Compete
This company is so pleased with its new Swiss-type turning center's performance that the company president calls it "the best possible way to keep this work in the United States." As his research indicated, the machine reduces labor costs by complet...

Published: 7/14/2005

Medical Machining: Speed And Accuracy Win Orders
To handle the steady flow of incoming orders, this company has prepared itself by building facilities and purchasing equipment that are able to complete its jobs quickly and efficiently.

Published: 1/7/2004

Turning Small Parts In A Big Way
True to its Southern heritage, Count On Tools (Gainesville, Georgia) makes money the old fashioned way: By earning it. This shop does so by manufacturing complex parts on its multi-axis CNC Swiss smarter and more efficiently than other suppliers to ...

Published: 1/15/2003

Slashing Secondary Ops With New Swiss CNCs
This company employs 55 people. As labor costs have continued to grow, ownership has begun to realize that the only way to maintain profit margins is to become more efficient. Analyzing the operation, they've honed in on eliminating, or it least dra...

Published: 9/15/2002

Orthodontist Turns To CNC Swiss To Manufacture His Device
This orthodontist decided to take the plunge into CNC Swiss after having difficulty finding job shops with the machining time to make his parts, tiny components that go into an orthodontic appliance.

Published: 7/15/2002

Swiss Machines Power Shop's Growth
Wright Technologies, Rosemont, Illinois, is a contract manufacturer that specializes in turned and milled parts in prototype to production quantities.

Published: 3/15/2001

Application Trends For A Variety Of Swiss Turning Machines
The old perception that Swiss turning machines are designed solely to produce millions of simple, 30-cent parts is changing — just ask the people at this high precision contract manufacturer.

Published: 1/15/2001

Precision Machine Shop Profits From New Six-Axis Swiss-turn CNC Lathes
This Connecticut shop makes precision parts for medical, automotive, telecommunications and aerospace customers. Five years ago, Devon began preparations for the future of precision machining.