Category: Swiss Screw Machining

Power Surge

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Forecasts for continued growth in electronics manufacturing drive increased interest in Swiss screw technology. You only need to look around your home or office to understand why forecasts in the electronic components industry call for steady and continued growth. Smart phones and TVs. Laptops and tablets. The GPS system in your car. New hybrid and… Read more »

How Swiss Screw Machining has changed the medical industry

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As medical devices shrink, Swiss screw technology offers big advantages Today’s medical devices such as pacemakers and implantable units continue to get smaller and smaller as manufacturers focus on improving the patient experience. Often, these devices require very complex, small parts requiring exacting precision not attainable by traditional production methods.  Other products such as hand-held… Read more »

The Quality Quotient

The Quality Quotient When Swiss screw quality goes in, customer product quality stands out. Swiss screw machining and continuous quality measures go hand in hand as the technology delivers superior precision for critical parts and components. Industries from aerospace and medical to automotive and electronics count on Swiss screw accuracy and reliability as part of… Read more »

Machine Ability

Today’s machining industry is positioned to support manufacturers and OEMs In our last post, we looked at how the machining industry can help manufacturers maintain a more consistent supply chain of high quality components made in the USA.  In this post, we drill a little deeper into some current trends in machining that will be… Read more »

Precision Decision

The outlook for Swiss Screw precision CNC manufacturing in the year ahead   For U.S. manufacturers and OEMs, the start of the New Year is – to quote Yogi Berra – déjà vu all over again. The country is still fighting a pandemic and economic uncertainty continues to be the norm. Supply chain woes have… Read more »

Precision Recap

A summary of Swiss Screw technology to ring in a new year Over the past several months, we have posted about the benefits of Swiss screw machining of components for a variety of specific industries, from aerospace and automotive to telecommunications and medical devices. In this post, we recap those benefits as a reminder that… Read more »

Controls and Valves

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Swiss Screw Technology delivers the high precision demanded by control and valve components Density. Concentration. Flow rates. Liquid levels. Those are just a few of the parameters regulated by controls and valves found in countless types of processing equipment used in industries and municipalities. Components such as positioners, actuators, valve controls, and pressure regulators must… Read more »

High Performance

Automotive industry turns to Swiss Screw Technology for precision components In today’s automotive industry, one new vehicle can have as many as 30,000 components, from major engine parts to the smallest fasteners. Of course, these components use many different materials and many different manufacturing processes. When it comes to high precision components in a variety… Read more »

Direct Connection

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Telecommunications industry calls for high precision of Swiss Screw technology to connect the world  The telecommunications industry touches virtually every aspect of society around the globe. Cell phones. Texting. Internet. Video streaming. Teleconferencing. The high technology products that make it all possible – broadband networks, mobile communications, satellites and more – demand precision components to… Read more »

Power Source

Swiss Screw Machines produce the precision demanded by today’s electronic components While electronic, telecommunications, and wireless products become smaller and smaller, the demand for precise components grows bigger every year. Today’s transistors, diodes, integrated circuits, resistors, capacitors and so many other devices require tolerances that were unheard of just a few years ago. That’s why… Read more »