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HMC Provides Quality Needed for Medical Manufacturing

Big River Engineering and Manufacturing purchased a high-precision Makino a51 HMC to meet FDA regulations and gain customers in the medical device manufacturing industry.


Shop Capitalizes on Water Over Wire

Two abrasive waterjet systems from Omax provide a cost-effective alternative to wire EDM and enable this shop to take on new work.


Wireless Ballbar Speeds Medical Machine Testing

The QC20-W wireless ballbar from Renishaw enables this precision-machined medical device manufacturer to perform faster, more convenient CNC machine capability tests and produce a representative measurement of volumetric positioning accuracy.


CMM Outperforms Expectations

For this precision manufacturer, keeping inspections cost-effective required a system that could provide both high accuracy and reduced measuring times. The Prismo navigator CMM from Zeiss delivered both, along with additional, unexpected benefits.


CAM System Tackles Swiss-Type Complexity

Partmaker CAM software helps this shop cope with the increased complexity of the medical parts processed on its similarly complex Swiss-type lathes.


Cell Works the Night Shift

At this aerospace and medical component manufacturer, a Doosan HMC paired with a flexible pallet magazine and cell controller from Fastems has increased production and part quality while eliminating variation throughout the production chain.


CAM System Simplifies Swiss-Type Lathe Programming

To reduce setup times, this medical device manufacturer replaced its conventional CNC turning and milling machines with Swiss-type lathes. However, taking full advantage of these complex machines’ capabilities required another investment—Esprit CAM ...


Switching Material Improves Productivity, Bar None

Serving the exacting and specialized requirements of the medical implant industry requires manufacturers to not only use the most precise, state-of-the-art metalworking equipment, but also high quality raw materials, including precision ground bar c...


Orthodontist Turns To CNC Swiss To Manufacture His Device

This orthodontist decided to take the plunge into CNC Swiss after having difficulty finding job shops with the machining time to make his parts, tiny components that go into an orthodontic appliance.


Creating Prostheses From Existing IGES Surface Models, Blueprints

The process of melding digitized data with orthographic data to create a new product can be a process fraught with headaches. And it requires having the right equipment to get the job done.


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