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Published: 7/14/2005

Thread Whirling On The Subspindle
The screw machine industry, not surprisingly, started out making screws. Then, screw machines were used to make almost everything but screws—electrical components, aerospace fasteners, plumbing connections and thousands of other kinds of parts.

Published: 5/16/2005

The Prescription For Making Orthopedic Parts
This shop entered the medical machining field and succeeded there.

Published: 5/16/2005

Machining Centers Reconsidered
A stable customer relationship gave this shop the chance to fundamentally change its equipment.

Published: 5/2/2005

Biomedical Devices Drive Machining Processes To New Lows
Ultraviolet laser machining technology helps this shop stay on top of shrinking feature and hole sizes common to the latest biomedical components.

Published: 4/19/2005

Boning Up On Thread Whirling's Advantages
Thread whirling attachments installed on this bone screw maker's Swiss screw machines prove to be just the right prescription for the company's mix of screw sizes and run quantities.

Published: 6/25/2004

Complex Angular Dental Implants...on Multi-Axis Automatic
Just like a car or a machine, the human body benefits from the technological progress of small parts turning equipment. Precision and stringent requirements for safety and stability are essential in the medical industry. In fact, the demands made on...

Published: 6/17/2004

Making It In Medical
Examining this shop's healthy medical machining business shows that both medical components and medical customers require special care.

Published: 10/1/2003

You Can Automate More Than You Think
This shop expedites 3D milling work by reducing its dependence on employees for all of the information-related tasks that occur before the machining center can start to cut.

Published: 5/15/2003

The Measure Of Success
For this small job shop, measuring and controlling everything are the keys to lean—very lean—manufacturing. Yet its management style is surprisingly open and trusting.

Published: 4/15/2003

Serving The Human Machine
A New Hampshire manufacturer spurs growth by expanding the medical segment of its business.