Manufacturing Solutions & Customer Stories
Helping our customers do more with less entails more than providing the most advanced technology—it requires a clear understanding of manufacturing challenges and how to produce parts better, faster, and more profitably. Getting the most out of your precision machinery and related technology demands the best application engineering and process expertise.
Listening to your needs and seeking ways to help you improve your competitive advantage are the cornerstones of the manufacturing solutions we recommend. Read some of our solutions and customer success stories here.
Originally published in Throughput, a Morris Group, Inc. publication, in September 2013.
The Acme Thread is a strong, trapezoidal thread form used for leadscrews in vises, lathes, and other power/precision applications worldwide. It was named the Acme thread in 1895. Research doesn’t uncover exactly why, except that the name "Acme" became popular for many businesses and products in that era.
Originally published in Manufacturing Engineering, January 2011
When Don Miller, Director of Business Development at Magnus Precision (www.magnuscnc.com) received a call from the Hardinge Group (Elmira, NY) asking if his company would test its latest SUPER-PRECISION® T-42 multitasking turning center, he replied, “Yes, how soon can you deliver it?” Magnus had many years of compatible experience with the machine tool builder’s previous T-series generation, the “Conquest”, and wanted to assess the impact that brand new turning technology would have on the company’s work.
(Originally published 2011)
Sometimes in the life of a metalworking shop, a single machine purchase can make a huge positive difference. If it’s the right machine, that is. Identifying that right machine and integrating it into your business is generally not a simple process. Typically, it requires experience, expertise, and just a touch of boldness. A recent collaboration between Unique Tool and Manufacturing Co., Inc. of Randleman, North Carolina and machine tool distributor Morris South of Charlotte, North Carolina underscores that point.