Clausing Industrial Inc.
1819 N Pitcher St.
Kalamazoo , MI 49007 US
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CNC Turning Centers Minimize Training
Available from Clausing, Colchester’s entry-level Tornado El range of two- and three-axis CNC turning centers is designed to be used after minimal training, offering increased accuracy and reliability.
CNC Turning Center Range for Small Parts
The Tornado T2M from Colchester-Harrison is a compact three-axis turning center designed to handle small, complex parts.
CNC Combination Lathes Produce High-Precision Parts
Clausing Industrial offers the Alpha series CNC combination lathes from Colchester-Harrison for high-precision turning applications. All 23 lathes are suited for producing detailed and intricate one-offs that are accurate and have a quality finish, the company says.
Lights-Out Machining Gets Company Off To A Profitable Start
When Paul Brooke formed PZ Engineering (West Yorkshire, United Kingdom) in 2003, he immediately realized that lights-out, unattended machining would be an essential component of creating a viable company. He was also searching to equip his shop with machines from manufacturers that could provide local, responsive support.
Reducing The Anxiety When Turning Lights-Out
A turnkey lights-out package for CNC lathes may allay the concerns that shop owners may have in letting their machines run unsupervised during the night.
Machining Center Expands EDM Business
As a supplier to leading parts manufacturers in such varied industries as appliances and automobiles, this shop was only initially handling the intricate and complex work on parts with its EDM machines. Outside companies would machine the base parts and all the less intricate details. Then they would return the parts, where they'd add the intricate details to each part.
Combination Machines Changing The Toolroom
There's a relatively quiet but relentless change in metalworking toolroom equipment. Handwheels are still there, so manual operation is preserved, but now there is the capacity to operate these machines automatically via CNC or using a combination of manual and CNC. Timing for this additional flexibility is perfect.
Let There Be Lights
Often, these unwelcome situations mean an expensive workpiece must be scrapped or remade, usually resulting in production delays, added costs, or missed deliveries.