Thursday, 16 February 2017 / Published in Uncategorized
Instead of fading away in the midst of a vastly technological age, trade jobs are making a comeback in a big way. New technologies, rather than eliminating trade jobs, are actually creating opportunities for newcomers to study more trades than ever before. Complex technological tools are quite common in an age that values mechanical production
Friday, 01 April 2016 / Published in Uncategorized
If you’ve been in the machining business for more than a day, you know that all of your equipment is liable to break down at any moment. When these problems arise, you need a quick solution to fall back on to prevent a major loss in productivity. Your competition is certainly investing in machine shop
Wednesday, 03 February 2016 / Published in Uncategorized
The most recent numbers for U.S. machine tool orders are in, according to American Machinist, and it appears things are steady but not outstanding. From September to October, the number of new orders for machine tools, which includes everything from arc welding equipment to milling tools, fell just 0.3%. In all, the industry made a
Friday, 04 December 2015 / Published in Uncategorized
A quality new hydraulic shear will set you back upwards of $8,000. Even the most affordable punch press machines will cost you more than $1,300, while the latest lathe models can cost $15,000 and up. Metal working machines break down for a variety of reasons, but our Phoenix machine shop sees some of the same
Tuesday, 03 November 2015 / Published in Uncategorized
Have you been putting off essential maintenance for your machine tools? Whether you simply don’t think it’s necessary, or you’re stressed about the potential cost of rebuilding tools, then you might be missing out on crucial services that can keep your machine shop productive and your workers safe. If you’ve delayed your machine tool maintenance,
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 / Published in Uncategorized
Industrial machine parts are used in machine tool services for shaping and machining metal and other hard materials. There are a variety of specific tools commonly used in different industries, but they all generally accomplish the same goal of turning something like metal into a usable finished product. The lathe is one of the oldest
Friday, 24 July 2015 / Published in Uncategorized
It’s safe to say that machine tools are pretty important. They play a vital role in producing, forming, and shaping a variety of materials — anything from furniture legs, musical instruments, and candlesticks to gun barrels. Whatever companies produce, the ongoing process depends on machine tools, and it depends on machine tools running properly. Keep
Friday, 12 June 2015 / Published in Uncategorized
The result of the 2015 World Machine Tool Survey are in. The most significant result is also the most unsurprising: “High productivity is at the heart of a healthy manufacturing economy,” Modern Machine Shop reports. While not exactly news, the survey confirms what most already knew; that is, doing whatever you can to increase productivity
Tuesday, 03 March 2015 / Published in Uncategorized
Machine tools are pretty essential to the world we live in today. Now, machining services and machining techniques are common and an important part of the manufacturing world, but this wasn’t always the case. The history of machining is a long and interesting one that tells the tale of an industry that rose to answer


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