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Published: 10/13/2016

Reducing Production Times with Robotic Automation
A complete overhaul of its processes using lean principles helped this shop improve production by almost 90 percent.

Published: 9/1/2016

Vertical Machining Cells Challenge Horizontal Dominance
When part volumes are high, and success is measured in pennies and seconds, moving away from horizontal machines requires creative thinking about robotics, cutting tools, workholding and more.

Published: 8/18/2016

Increase Throughput with Off-the-Shelf Automation
This automated parts accumulator is designed to complement any bar-fed CNC lathe, providing hours of profitable, unattended operation by safely collecting and organizing finished parts.

Published: 8/1/2016

IMTS 2016 Preview: Seeing the Whole of the Show
Potentially disruptive manufacturing concepts and advancements in proven technologies come together at next month’s big show.

Published: 6/17/2016

Flexible Automation on a VMC
Robot loading and unloading of the workholding that is used in the machining center facilitates the ability to change jobs during an unattended run.

Published: 6/1/2016

Machining Critical Crane Components
By investing in a new horizontal machining center with a two-axis head and a six-station pallet pool, this crane OEM is making critical components for telescopic booms in one setup and running lights-out.

Published: 5/23/2016

Automated Grinding Cell Adds Capacity
Like many shops facing changes in customer demands, Pennsylvania-based American Turned Products (ATP) is making the necessary adjustments and adding operations to continue to compete in the difficult, high volume market. One of those adjustments is ...

Published: 5/13/2016

Developing a Company Plan for Robotics
It’s a good time for shops to re-evaluate the impact robotic automation can have on productivity.

Published: 5/1/2016

Simplifying the Integration of Robotic Automation
The LoadAssistant from Halter CNC Robotics is designed to simplify robotic automation technology in terms of programming, integration and setup.

Published: 2/12/2016

Moving Automation In
This traditional Ohio-based screw machine shop worked with a system integrator and used its in-house expertise to create a sophisticated production cell to go along with its other automation forays.

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