Machine Shop Answers
What we are about
Hi, I would like to introduce myself.
My name is Antonio Medina, and I just got into the business and commercial activities after I worked for more than 13yrs in two different machine shop companies. Working hard and learning was my goal. Now that I have the experience, I feel that I am ready to do it by myself. I make set-ups, programs, designs and all that is necessary to keep our customers happy. This is my family legacy and I want to take it a far as possible. I want to the best local corporation around based on quality, time and price. I wish that all my dreams become true, like that of my sons taking over the business that I love so much and that I am doing for them.
For those who ask, what is a machine shop? Here is an answer. What is a machine shop?
It is a room, or company where machining, a kind of subtractive production, is done. In a factory, machinists use machine devices and reducing tools to make parts, typically of steel or plastic, however often of various other products such as glass or timber. A factory can be a local business (such as a job shop) or a part of a manufacturing facility, whether a toolroom or a manufacturing location for production. The components generated can be completion product of the manufacturing facility, to be marketed to customers in the machine market, the car sector, the aircraft market, or others. In various other cases, business in those areas have their very own machine shops. The production can include reducing, forming, drilling, finishing, and various other procedures. The machine devices typically include steel turrets, grating equipments, machining facilities, multitasking machines, pierce presses, or grinding machines, lots of regulated with computer system numerical control (CNC). Various other processes, such as warm dealing with, electroplating, or paint of the parts prior to or after machining, are commonly carried out in a different center. A machine shop can have some raw materials (such as bar stock for machining) and a stock of completed components. These things are often kept in a storehouse. A machine shop can have a high cost in terms of investment, because the purchase of tools can need huge in cost. A machine shop can additionally be labor intensive, especially if it is concentrated on fixing machinery on a task production basis, but manufacturing machining (both set manufacturing and mass production) is much more automated than it was prior to the development of CNC, programmable reasoning control (PLC), microcomputers, and also robotics. It no longer requires masses of employees, although the tasks that stay have a tendency to require high ability as well as skill. Training and experience in a machine shop can both be limited and beneficial.