Niton XL2 Goldd XRF Analyzer

Reverse Engineering through Material Analysis

Reverse Engineering through Material Analysis:

 

Niton XL2 GOLDD XRR Analyzer

 

Advance CNC Machining has improved its reverse engineering capabilities with the addition of a Niton XL2 GOLDD XRF analyzer.  This material analyzer will be extremely useful for enabling our maintenance machining team to verify the right material is being used when we recreate a part.

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Advance Increases its 5-Axis Machining Capabilities

Advance CNC Machining recently installed a 2nd 5-axis CNC machine, another DMG Mori DMU 50 Mill, and we are really excited about our expanded capabilities! Five axis machining is perfect for industries that require parts with high precision and often complex shapes. Parts such as impellers, propellers and turbines are a really great fit for our newest machine.

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Productivity, Reliability, Accuracy: Makino a61nx

Advance CNC Machining has added a Makino a61nx to our collection of horizontal machining centers.  We are lucky to already have and operate a Makino a51nx machine but decided to install the a61nx to bring additional capabilities to our clients.  This machine is well suited for production of parts used in the auto industry or any industry that requires large precise parts.

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Meet the SmartScope Quest 300

Advance CNC Machining has added a SmartScope® Quest™ 300 to our extensive collection of inspection equipment.  The SmartScope Quest offers touch-probe, video and laser sensing systems, including the TeleStar TTL laser system which make both contact and non-contact inspection possible.  This state-of-the art bench-top, multi-sensor measurement system will help us to reduce our inspection time per part from around 2o to 3 minutes per part!

SmartScope Quest 300
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The U.S. Manufacturing Skills Gap

 

Although the most recent reports relating to job openings and labor turnover show a 15-year high in job openings across the United States, small business surveys indicate problems finding quality labor.  In fact, small businesses show pre-recession levels of unfilled job openings.  This mismatch between the skills of available workers and skills that manufacturers demand is what is frequently referred to as the U.S. skills gap.

 

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