Y-Blog

Posted: 2/19/2021 4:19:07 PM by Roger Christian
Topics: Manufacturing, Material Removal

Breaking the limitations of conventional cutting methods, robotic automation has opened the door to innovative high-speed trimming, chamfering and deflashing solutions. Furthermore, as industry’s push for sustainability continues, the need for robust yet eco-friendly robotic technology has grown. Read More

Posted: 9/30/2020 2:10:05 PM by Dean Elkins
Topics: Manufacturing, Material Removal

While most, if not all, manufacturers understand the importance of surface finishing, there are still those that have yet to implement an optimized process, such as robotic deburring, on their production lines to improve product quality and throughput. Read More

Posted: 7/28/2020 2:43:39 PM by Dean Elkins
Topics: Assembly, Handling, Material Removal

From greater precision and consistency to increased efficiency and quality, robots provide considerable benefits to the labor-intensive woodworking industry, helping to improve fit and finish of goods while optimizing production operations. Read More

Posted: 7/30/2018 9:38:04 PM by Dean Elkins
Topics: Arc Welding, manufacturing, Material Removal, Painting, Palletizing, ROI, Spot Welding

When it comes to employing a workforce for your company, job satisfaction and workplace safety are key factors for hiring, retention, profitability and overall company success. However, when jobs are dirty, dull or dangerous, hiring new workers or maintaining employee satisfaction and safety can be difficult to say the least. Read More

Posted: 7/12/2016 3:44:40 PM by Roger Christian
Topics: manufacturing, Material Removal, New Technologies

Some technologies are loved. For other technologies, there’s no love lost. Like your cable provider, waterjet cutting fills a need, but it’s an uneasy (if long-standing) alliance. Since the 1990s, top automotive interior trimmers have relied on waterjet cutting to remove flash from instrument panels, carpets and headliners. However, our surveys show many trimmers would be happy to do without the energy consumption, noise and occasional product mishap that comes from relying on a laser-like stream of water compressed to 40,000 psi for cutting and trimming. Read More
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