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Control obsolescence is an often-overlooked risk in today's rapidly developing manufacturing environment. Any machine with an electronic control will at some point be exposed to obsolescence--are you ready to minimize the impact?
Accountability at every level is the mantra at Northern Stamping, where real-time monitoring of robotic-welding cells has led to improved throughput, quality, machine uptime and a host of other measurables.
Quick turnaround in the toolroom at Wiegel Tool Works supports the company's own expanding pressroom activities, and those of its customers, allowing the electronic-component stamper to remain globally competitive.
Specification of an extremely viscous lubricant to deep-draw heavy-gauge compressor shells in a mechanical press created a ripple effect impacting several aspects of the project--the lube-delivery system, transfer-system tooling and the die coating.
...bring processes under control for three completely unique applications: small-caliber bullet assembly, in-die resistance welding and deep drawing.
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