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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)
New trends in precision tooling
Wednesday, January 2, 2019
Precision tools are used to cut and shape metal into various products, while precision tooling refers to the molds and jigs used to form and shape objects of different materials such as plastics and composites. This sector of manufacturing is heavily affected by the release of new products, new vehicles and other technological developments. Any industry that produces physical products has a need for precision tooling. Producers of tech devices, medical implants, airplanes, motor vehicles and various appliances all consider these suppliers as integral to the creation and production process....(Full Article)
U.S. tool & die makers report strong sales, job growth
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Tool and die makers are machinists who create the parts and tools used to manufacture everything from the smallest toy to the largest jet engine. Originally, all work was done by hand. Today, computer numerically controlled, or CNC, machines perform many of the tasks. Once programmed, CNC machines work quickly, efficiently, and to exact specifications whether an order is for 10 units or 100. The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the median annual wage for tool and die makers is around $51,000 per year - well above the average national wage. While no higher education degree is required to enter the field, most tool and die manufacturers undergo an extensive apprenticeship, learning their craft on the job. Some advance from CNC machine operators to CNC progra...(Full Article)
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