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Quick-Change Jaws Reduce Job Setup by 75%


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GW Ltd. (Augusta, GA) proved that the jaw system used in a workholding setup can make a huge difference in


productivity when machining precision parts. MGW manufac- tures short-throw shifters for Dodge Viper, Corvette, Mustang,


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Kurt DoveLock Quick Change jaws are used by MGW Ltd. to machine short-throw shifters for high-end sports cars.


Fast Changeover, Precise Repeatability Drive Success


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he need for increased production while maintaining tolerances as tight as 11 µm caused manufacturing engineers at Stober Drives Inc. (Maysville, KY) to reevaluate their changeover procedures.


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Production has improved signifi cantly at Stober Drives using the precision Hainbuch centroteX workholding system.


Production has improved signifi cantly at Stober Drives using the precision R


Turning Large Rail Parts without Bushy Stringers


eliability and precision of manufactured heavy-haul rail components make a big difference if it’s 20 below


zero and you’re 1000 miles from home. Those are exactly the conditions that railcars equipped with Amsted Rail components make it back safely in diffi cult conditions.


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At Amsted Rail, Jorgensen’s Munchman II conveyors were positioned sitting down in the coolant tank to allow better chip carry out from the Muratec MW 400 and MW 200 twin-spindle turning centers.


August 2017 | AdvancedManufacturing.org 39 PROBLEM SOLVING ON THE SHOP FLOOR


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