To those who tell me:
"THERE'S ROOM FOR EVERYBODY",
I say THAT IS SIMPLY NOT TRUE!
This statement is a sign of weakness, a sign of an UNWILLINGNESS to admit that CHANGES need to be made at your company!
"I WANT TO BECOME A LEADER IN MY SECTOR!"
This is the phrase I hear from SUCCESSFUL companies. Perhaps not leaders yet b
Why am I offering this gift of a free of charge trip for two people to Italy?
To celebrate the opening of the first Blog about FLEXIBLE PRODUCTION where I will share useful concepts and ideas with people who are associated with the world of machining parts to specifications through the removal of chips with the target to PRODUCE WHAT YOU SELL, with NO ST
Nowadays, purchasing a tool machine is anything but easy. I am sure that if you have ever been involved in this situation in any way, the memories you associate with the supplier selection phase do not bring back feelings of PEACE OF MIND and TRANQUILLITY, but quite the opposite.
For production machinery of a certain range (not the simple lathe or mill), where the value of
Today, it is increasingly important to win the challenge of producing medium-small lots to order. In fact, if the technologies are clear for the two ends of the production world, in the "world in the middle" devastating mistakes can be made. Let's take a look at what happens at the two ends in order to better understand how to approach the "world in the middle".
When you have to choose which technology to adopt in your company and you don’t want to make a bad investment, doubts begin to take control and it seems that you are no longer able to think with your common sense.
The typical question that troubles most people is:
SHOULD I BUY THE MULTICENTER OR A SERIES
OF MACHINING CENTRES?
Today I want to address an issue that I often deal with: is it better to buy a TWIN-SPINDLE or the MULTICENTER? Looking at how often I am asked this question, I decided to dedicate an article to the subject.
When the number of parts to be produced starts to increase, and one machine is not enough, over the years I was able to see 3 possible solutions: