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Manufacturing Efficiency

Key Strategies for Reducing Tool Change Time

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Interior view of a CNC lathe showcasing the sub-spindle and tool turret equipped with live tooling, demonstrating the advanced machining capabilities for increased efficiency and precision in manufacturing.


In the realm of modern manufacturing, Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining emerges as a vital component. Known for its unparalleled precision in carving, cutting, and shaping materials, CNC machining is a linchpin in industrial production. Yet, one aspect often overlooked is tool change time. This blog post delves into the essential strategies for minimizing tool change time, a crucial factor for boosting efficiency in CNC operations. Read More

Why Hard Turning Can Be an Alternative to Grinding

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An in-progress machining operation, where a shiny 2.25-inch stainless steel bushing is being hard turned by a cutting tool with a red-hot point of contact. Coolant droplets and metal shavings are visible against the dark background of the CNC machine interior.

Captured in the midst of action, the hard turning process shapes a 2.25″ stainless steel bushing to perfection.


Grinding and hard turning stand out as critical techniques, each boasting its own set of strengths in precision and efficiency. However, we propose a shift in perspective, as hard turning can challenge the reliance on grinding. This blog post aims to explore the scenarios where hard turning not only competes with but potentially surpasses grinding in both effectiveness and practicality. Read More