Forgings and precise machining of brass, aluminium and copper.
Early stage engineering |
The design conference |
Part configuration | Dimensional tollerances | Applying guidelines
Surface finishing and coatings | Ispection and testing | Delivery
While not necessarily important in early design discussions, it is helpful to discuss production volumes and anticipated shipping schedules. This information allow us to take these factors into consideration when making tooling decisions.
In addition, production-run setup and material acquisition requirements will vary with anticipated volume. Substantial reductions in material and production costs are attainable through advance planning. And it is almost always more economical to forge and ship a quantity of parts at one time, rather than shipping to a monthly, weekly or daily schedule. However, any economies realized through bulk handling must be balanced against those that may be achieved through JIT material-control programs.
We do our best to help reconcile these conflicting objectives, offering kanban, just-in-time, consignment stock or others specific solutions to our partners.
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