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Expert guide to finding a skilled precision machining supplier
Monday, January 14, 2019
As with other industries, precision machining constantly evolves as advances in technology occur. Choosing to work with a skilled precision machining provider allows companies to utilize the latest advances in this industry, achieving the best possible results. Using a skilled provider delivers access to the latest innovations, such as incorporation of IoT and advancements in precision that deliver superb results. Overview of Precision Machining in the U.S. To deliver an overview of the current state of precision machining in the U.S., consider some key statistics. There are currently 1,267 companies in the industry, with 25,925 jobs. The current sales in the industry are $10.4 billion. The U.S. region with the highest percentage of precision machining companies is the Midwest, f...(Full Article)
IndustryNet's top manufacturing stories of 2018
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
2018 was a big year for manufacturing (you might even say it was "yuge"). As early as January, manufacturing firms were scrambling to sort through the newly-passed tax reform, and shortly thereafter the USTR announced its first tariffs on solar panels and washing machines (remember when it was just solar panels and washing machines?) Manufacturing in the U.S. continued to expand at a hectic pace, with new orders, production, and employment posting robust gains. Raw material costs began to skyrocket as tariff action between China and the U.S. intensified and the threat of a trade war loomed. The trade gap widened and imports surged as companies rushed to procure supplies from China in advance of the 25% tariffs set to go into effect January 1st, 2019 (these were since delayed until Marc...(Full Article)
Fastest-growing screw machine products manufacturers in the U.S.
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Precision machined parts are essential in modern society, but they are useless if they can't stay in proper alignment and orientation. The components that perform this task are referred to as screw machine products, even though they describe more than just screws. Pins, bolts, shafts and, of course, screws, are all required to keep the machines and products in our lives functional. Often relatively small in size, the required volume of screw machine parts is extremely high, making these suppliers a surprisingly powerful part of the domestic manufacturing economy. Regional Contributions This year has witnessed a 9% increase in total sales for the 744 companies that fall into the screw machine supplier category. Those companies generate over $1.6 billion in revenue, or approxim...(Full Article)
U.S. manufacturers of screw machine products report strong sales
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Screw machine products make up a key portion of the precision machining industry. The applications for screw machine products are vast, with these items used in appliances, computers, firefighting equipment, airbags and more. Depending on the manufacturer, screw machine products can be made from stainless steel, aluminum, steel, plastic or bronze. Take a closer look at the size and distribution of the industry to have a better idea of how it fits into precision machining as a whole. ...(Full Article)
U.S. precision machining gains momentum
Thursday, October 18, 2018
With the acceleration of the U.S. economy and the implementation of new tariffs, domestic demand for the products produced by precision machining, and the tools to fabricate them, is on the rise. The new duties affect a wide range of components including parts for aircraft gas turbines, engine parts, machining centers for working metal, lathes and waterjet cutting machinery. The increased expense of importing machined items is promoting both the growth of existing U.S. precision machining shops and the startup of new ones. IndustryNet has compiled data on the 7,638 companies in the U.S. precision machining industry. The sectors included are:...(Full Article)
U.S precision machining sector posts strong sales, employment growth
Monday, June 5, 2017
Servicing industry sectors and creating objects of every shape and size, precision machining is used to manufacture everything from the smallest of surgical instruments to the largest of aircraft parts. In order to manufacture these parts, a precision machinist follows a set of blueprints that are created using computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). These designs are transferred to a computer numerical control (CNC) machine that creates each piece by removing material to precise specifications, enabling the machinist to produce any quantity of parts precisely as designed. As technology improves, so does the ability of machines to create parts with greater precision. However, manufacturing has not yet reached a point where every job can be performed by a ro...(Full Article)
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