Machining

09 Feb: The Medical Industry is Growing – And Swiss Precision Machining, Inc. is Ready For It!

Unprecedented demand for medical equipment and healthcare services are forecasted for the very near future. In fact, the medical industry is booming, and is considered to be “recession-proof” because of its importance. The aging population is probably one of the most significant trends affecting the medical industry right now. Recent news reports quote U.S. Census Bureau statistics and forecasts stating that by the year 2020, the number of people between the ages of 65 and 74 will increase 74 percent….

21 Jul: Growth in the Surgical Device Market and Minimally Invasive Procedures

At Swiss Precision Machining, our capabilities include applications within the medical device industry. By utilizing the latest technology in CNC Swiss Style Screw Machines and CNC Vertical Machining Centers, we are able to stay competitive while still offering quality products. We’re proud to be involved in this most-important of industries. As such, we follow developments within it very closely. Below, a sampling of the latest trends: The Surgical Equipment Market Is Growing The market for surgical handheld instruments has recently…

23 Jan: Precision Machining, No matter What the Industry

Our 30+ years of precision machining means we are the go-to choice for countless clients in a number of industries. In fact, it may surprise some to know that our technology and services are utilized for applications ranging from aerospace parts to dental equipment (and lots in between!) So what makes us capable of this, and how exactly do these industries benefit from our services? Well, beyond our years of finely honed experience, our meticulous focus on quality, and our…

19 Dec: CNC Swiss Machining Vs. CNC Vertical Machining

Oftentimes, customers in need of our services have questions about the difference between CNC Swiss machining and CNC vertical machining. They wonder how similar they are, and which is right for them. While there are distinct advantages and applications for both, they are actually completely different processes, and choosing which one depends on the specific job. CNC Swiss machining involves the use of a Swiss-style screw machine, running off bar stock to typically create a cylindrical part.  Specifically, there is…