Absolute Machine Tools Offers Engineering Services in Response to Labor Shortage

These services cover turnkey automation and machining systems and preventive maintenance, among other things. 


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Absolute Machine Tools

Absolute Machine Tools Inc. (Lorain, Ohio) is offering engineering and custom turnkey automation, robotics and machining systems in response to what it sees as a shrinking pool of skilled labor and growing pressure in the industry for cost reduction measures. Among the services on offer are preventive maintenance packages, laser-assisted leveling and square machine alignment, ballbar circularity inspection, tram testing, and CNC servo tuning.

Founder and President Steve Ortner says the company’s customers today seek guidance in assembling complete turnkey system solutions for certain applications or part families as well as assistance with machine tool choice and application, comparing his company to an architect that partners with its customers to plan their operations and solve their problems. 


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