Production Machining

OCT 2018

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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Edited by Lori Beckman :: BOVE: Mario Chaves, general manager of Okay Industries Costa Rica, and Kendrick Miranda, sales representative at Mayprod in Costa Rica, in front of the Tornos SissNano. CSE IN POINT 36 PRODUCTION MCHINING :: OCTOBER 2018 L anding new projects for a machine shop is exciting, but new jobs often call for capabilities that some shops do not have. When this happens, shop management is faced with nding another shop that can do the work or purchasing new equipment to satisfy customer demands. Okay Industries, in Alajuela, Costa Rica, recently won two jobs that required the shop to make that decision. Looking into the future, management chose a new equipment investment. After the investment was made in a new Swiss-type lathe, not only was the company management's expectations exceeded by the machine's performance and e€ciency, but the lathe is now included in plans for future applications. Okay Industries launched in 2012 as a medical preci- sion components manufacturer that uses multi-axis CNC Siss-Type Lathe Helps Medical Shop chieve Higher Precision

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