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Published: 2/15/2011

The Pursuit of Perfection
The “Pursuit of Perfection” is how Acero Precision defines its mission and while such lofty words make nice copy, all one needs to do is visit this contract manufacturer to experience how serious the company is about the technology, personnel and pr...

Published: 1/21/2011

Take the Highland Road
From programming to setup to production, this Ohio job shop plans everything it does around untended machining. The company has been refining the process for more than a decade and has become very good at it.

Published: 1/21/2011

Job Shop Uses 3D Wire Bending and CNC Machining To Find Its Niche
Marshall Manufacturing melds CNC machining and 3D bending to create intricate medical components from small-diameter barstock and tubing. Customer needs spurred the shop to carve out what has become a successful medical-manufacturing niche.

Published: 12/21/2010

Making More Than Parts for Medical
This Ohio shop succeeds in manufacturing for the medical industry by creating value for its customers beyond discrete parts manufacturing. Adding design engineering, test and measurement expertise to its contract machining capability, American-Micr...

Published: 11/22/2010

CNC Swiss Delivers in Many Ways
Designed to efficiently process long, slender parts for the watch industry, the Swiss-type screw machine has evolved well beyond its original application niche.

Published: 11/12/2010

Recognizing the Swiss Advantage
A growing number of job shops have realized that multifunction Swiss-type lathes can make them more competitive. This Ohio shop explains how and why it integrated its first Swiss-types and shares some of what it has learned along the way.

Published: 4/21/2010

Cutting Tool R&D Proves Productive
Paying attention to small differences in cutting tool technology makes an impact at this New England Swiss shop.

Published: 2/25/2010

Switching to Swiss Without a Guide Bushing
When the part doesn't require a guide bushing, being able to remove that housing provides increased flexibility and often even improves accuracy.

Published: 2/22/2010

Trends in Swiss Machining
This Florida medical manufacturer is an expert in the production of complex medical parts on CNC Swiss machines. Their job shop has evolved from 18 to 135 employees by efficient production of small, difficult parts for the demanding medical industry...

Published: 12/28/2009

Qualifying for Medical Work: Advice from a da Vinci Shop
 Swiss shop with heavy medical experience shares how to get and keep medical customers.