Swiss shop with heavy medical experience shares how to get and keep medical customers.
This company is embracing high-performance tooling on its turning centers. The "sticker shock" is no reason not to do this. In one case, though, the shop found a way to limit the cost of the tool and increase productivity at the same time.
Medical job and contract shops face challenges—some unique to the market they serve—that push them to become more efficient. Learn about the efforts this shop has made to clear the hurdles it has encountered along the way.
Sometimes it’s difficult to stay away. This company is an example of a precision machining family that simply can’t stop doing what it does.
Edited by: Emily Probst
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.
This series of photos illustrates medical products produced through additive manufacturing by a company specializing in medical product development.
Aztalan Engineering uses machining automation technologies such as robots and a pallet system, but there is even more automation going on in this shop.