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Published: 1/1/2016

A Swiss-Type Turning Point
The lessons this shop learned after purchasing its first Swiss-type turning center nearly two decades ago are now being applied to larger multi-spindle and multi-turret lathes for bigger and more complex parts.

Published: 8/14/2015

A Youthful Approach to Production Machining
Growing up in the industry helped this young shop owner learn key strategies for getting the most from his machines.

Published: 7/16/2015

Shop Combines Automated Grinding and Swiss Turning
Many shops are increasing the scope of their machining capabilities. This Ohio shop has added cylindrical grinding to its 24-hour Swiss-type operations.

Published: 7/1/2015

New to Swiss-Type Turning
What are some nuances to training a person to effectively operate a Swiss-type lathe? This shop offers some suggestions.

Published: 2/17/2015

Consolidating Operations with Swiss-Type Machines
This Ohio shop is learning about Swiss-type machines and finding how to blend the production advantages they bring into a smooth workflow. Machining parts complete in a single handling is one big advantage and a throughput goal for this shop.

Published: 11/18/2014

Adding Swiss to the Machining Mix
Augmenting this Ohio shop’s machining center based-business with Swiss-type machining capability speaks to trends within the metalworking industry. And it’s working well.

Published: 10/15/2014

Swiss-Type with Laser Cutting Capability
New capability for Swiss machines uses a laser.

Published: 8/11/2014

Swiss-Type Lathe Features Integral Laser Cutter
An integral laser cutter brings another capability to this multifunction machine platform.

Published: 6/11/2014

Swiss for Short
A Swiss-type lathe with a B-axis milling spindle and significant tooling capacity enables this shop to be more effective at complex, short-run work—work the shop otherwise might not even bid on.

Published: 2/14/2014

Shop Opts for Choice in Swiss Machines
Precision CNC (Lancaster, Ohio) is a traditional machine shop that has moved into Swiss machining. From the beginning of its Swiss operation, it has used “combination” machines in its stable of Swiss-types, which offer machining capability with or w...