20869 Plummer St.
Chatsworth , CA 91311 US
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As Seen In Production Machining
Expand Machinery Purchases Ganesh Machinery Product Line
Expand Machinery has purchased the Ganesh Machinery product line, including Genmill high-speed vertical machining centers, Genturn multi-axis machines and Ganesh toolroom machines.
Ganesh Promotes Robert Serrano as New CEO
GenMill GenTurn by Ganesh has appointed Mr. Robert Serrano as president and CEO, replacing previous CEO Harvinder Singh.
Kick the Tires at Ganesh’s Open House
The event focuses on Ganesh’s solution available for customers looking to reduce labor costs through implementation of seamless production processes.
Loyalty Bolsters Shop’s Growth
This shop has found its groove with four Ganesh CNC machines that have proven to deliver the performance and quality the company and its customers expect.
Another Look at Training
Two different approaches to training get the majority of attention—general training of potential shop employees (such as that taught in trade programs) and training of existing employees on a shop’s specific equipment and environment.
Where Education Fits in Manufacturing
Many shops have stepped up by creating their own apprenticeship programs, while many machine tool OEMs have contributed to the cause as well.
Ganesh Features New Technology at Open House
From September 1-3, Ganesh Machinery opened its doors to display its range of CNC machines at its headquarters in Chatsworth, California. On display were multi-axis bar machines, high speed vertical machining centers, slant-bed CNC turning centers and big bore CNC lathes.
Large Threading with Single Spindle
Oilfield pipes require large, quality threads. This Texas shop is getting the performance it needs from two recently implemented big bore lathes.
Ganesh Opens its East Coast Technical Center
To better serve its growing customer base east of the Mississippi River, Ganesh Machinery recently cut the ribbon on its newest Technical Center.
A Shop's Trial by Fire
Willis CNC turned a potential disaster into a positive experience. By finding machines that suit the company’s jobs and its operators well, the staff worked through the fire’s ashes without losing any customers, and the experience strengthened the company.
Optimizing B Axis on Gang Tool-Based Swiss Machines
This technological innovation has been increasing in popularity as well as multitasking sophistication.
Turn-Mill Center Aids Shop through Recession
Bryan Cardon chose multitasking as the solution to improve his shop’s workflow. He reduced cycle times and leadtimes for his customers in his Ogden, Utah, machine shop after implementing the Ganesh 32CS seven-axis, twin spindle, turn-mill center. The company also gained new customers and jobs because of this new machine and its capabilities.
Moving Up to CNC for Smaller Lot Sizes
This small shop has a large presence. CNC is playing a significant role in the company’s ability to deliver parts for the big stage.
Here are trailers for some of the classic articles on turn-mill multitasking. This is a broad showing of turn-mill technology in the form of machines, processes, programming and applications.
PM News: May 2011
New Chief Sales Officer for Hydromat Inc.Matthias Walter is the new chief sales officer for Hydromat Inc.
July PM News
Grand Opening Showcases HeadquartersBIG Kaiser Precision Tooling welcomed customers and partners to its new headquarters’ grand opening on April 29-30.
CNC 32-Tool Mill-Turn Machine
The Cyclone 52-TTMY CNC mill-turn machine comes with 32-tools and a Mitsubishi control.
Turn-Mill Machines Turn a Shop's Situation Around
It often takes seeing a machine in action to conjure up a solution to a shop’s problem. This was the case for Steve Walters, an engineer at TriContinent Scientific Inc.
A Leaner Shop With CNC
It was a tough decision, but once this company moved forward with the implementation of CNC, it quickly realized the benefits in production times, tolerances and finishes. Most important, though, was the added secondary-op capabilities that brought consistency to the personnel requirements of the shop.
Riding Out The Storms
After a machine setback in this shop, management got in touch with Ganesh Machinery Inc. (Chatsworth, California). This company offered a selection of machines that seemed to fit well with the needs of G&L, so the two companies worked out a deal on a multitask lathe with bar feeder—the model GH-25M.