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6/24/2009

Video Profile: Lean Machining at Vanamatic

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See how this Delphos, Ohio, screw machine shop has saved considerable time by making its process on the shop floor more lean.

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Chris Koepfer, editor-in-chief of Production Machining magazine, recently spoke with precision-machined parts supplier Vanamatic about the various ways this screw machine shop has made its process on the shop floor more lean. Here is Chris’s conversation with Vanamatic’s Adam Wiltsie.

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