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Published: 6/19/2006

Ingenuity Drives Single-Spindle Shop
Ideas for improvement are always welcomed here. Some of the most notable results have come from the merging of new technology with older, reliable equipment.

Published: 9/14/2005

Changing Products With Higher Quality And Productivity
Advanced Secondaries Inc. has an unusual position in the marketplace. By making specials from standard screw machine parts or cold-headed parts for the past 30 years, this company has found its comfortable niche.

Published: 9/14/2005

Shop Jumps Into CNC Machining
Although this shop was already established and highly successful, it recently decided to make the "jump" into CNC machines, acquiring three new machines.

Published: 4/19/2005

Affordable, Flexible Production Turning
A newly introduced bar machine from Romi Machine Tools is purpose built to perform both mid-range production (500 to 10,000 pieces) and short run, high mix applications.

Published: 8/25/2004

Staking A Claim In the CNC Multi-Slide Niche
The new TBC 42 multi-slide automatic turning machine by Brazilian machine-tool builder Ergomat may be made in South America, but its target market is clearly Western Europe and North America.

Published: 6/25/2004

Complex Angular Dental Implants...on Multi-Axis Automatic
Just like a car or a machine, the human body benefits from the technological progress of small parts turning equipment. Precision and stringent requirements for safety and stability are essential in the medical industry. In fact, the demands made on...

Published: 4/27/2004

Military Supplier Delivers On Spec, On Time
When your only product is socket set screws and your primary customers are the demanding aerospace and military markets, quality and uptime are paramount. Your multi-spindle machines need to be reliable and easily reconfigured to produce a new part ...

Published: 2/27/2004

CNC Upgrades Breathe New Life Into Brownies
Used in lean manufacturing processes, multis can suffer from long setup times. Upgraded Brownies often compete very favorably with multis on medium-length runs.

Published: 9/1/2003

Looking For Solutions In New Places
When this shop needed a new turning center to produce small parts quickly, it looked to the Haas Mini Lathe for the solution.

Published: 7/15/2002

New Swiss Turning Technology Boosts Productivity For Contract Manufacturer
Technically, this control is not a CNC, but a PNC (parallel numerical control), and that is the difference. The PNC control was developed using a FANUC system that allows each machine axis to be governed by its own chip, which carries the part progr...