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    Welding

    What in the Weld? TIG vs. MIG Welding Explained

    Welding is a manufacturing fabrication process that utilizes heat or pressure, and in some cases both, to create a durable joint between two separate pieces of aluminum, carbon steel or stainless steel. Depending on the component and production specifications, manufacturing technicians execute different welding techniques to produce the desired component or product.
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    Quality Assurance

    Safety First: Why the Industry Quality Assurance Process Matters

    In manufacturing, quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) are processes that are part of the ecosystem that ensures customers receive high-quality products devoid of any defects. While both processes are important in any manufacturing environment, quality assurance is critical for the automotive industry and high-precision component suppliers due to the possibility of injury or fatality if manufacturers fail to maintain a high standard of quality. 
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    Laser Cutting

    The Top 4 Features Your Laser Cutting Service Vendor Should Offer

    Laser cutting is a manufacturing process used to produce custom shapes and designs through the use of a high-powered laser beam. Laser cutting is frequently used in the automotive, musical instrument and medical device industries because it is suitable for a wide range of materials, including metal, plastic, wood, glass, paper and gemstones, to produce intricate, precise and complex parts.
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    Die Casting

    What Is the Lost Wax Casting Process?

    Lost wax casting, also known today as investment casting, is a method of metal casting in which molten metal is cast into a design that has been created from a wax mold. Although it has been around since the third millennium BC, this method is still used today for the flexibility it allows to develop intricate, complex designs without having to account for post-process finishing or shrinkage of the component.
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    Manufacturing Capabilities

    How It’s Made: The Stamping Process

    There are a countless number of manufacturing companies across the globe that offer production services for automotive, agriculture, aerospace, medical and other industries. As global markets evolve and competition increases, manufacturers need to quickly produce large quantities of complex, high-quality parts.
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    Supply Chain

    The 4 Most Common Automotive Supply Chain Issues Revealed

    The automotive supply chain is one of the most complex in the world. Each vehicle is made of tens of thousands of parts, which are procured from thousands of suppliers, and each part is manufactured from a number of raw materials. With the incorporation of digital technology, which has experienced shortage issues of its own, automotive supply chain issues are more and more common.
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    OEM Supplier

    The Top 4 Services Your OEM Supply Vendor Should Provide

    A partnership with an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) supply vendor comes with a long list of benefits, including cost savings through a full range of services conducted by highly skilled technicians. These resources can provide you with unique solutions to grow your revenue, assisting with risk mitigation throughout the supply chain and more. 
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    Die Casting

    What Is the Difference Between Casting and Forging?

    In nearly every man-made environment, metal-based products comprise the many conveniences we use on a daily basis. From lamps and kitchen appliances to automobiles and skyscrapers, we are reliant on the manufacturers and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) suppliers who produce the components that, when compiled into final products, create the world we live in.
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    Supply Chain

    4 Ways Procurement Impacts Your Supply Chain

    At a high level, procurement is the act of acquiring goods or services as part of a business’s operations. Because many businesses rely on procurement to function, procurement and procurement processes require a significant amount of resources to manage.
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    Supply Chain

    What Is Robotic Welding and How Does it Work?

    According to a Business Wire report, by 2026, the robotic welding market is projected to nearly double from a 2018 value of $5,450.5 million to $10,784.4 million. There are a number of key drivers behind the expansion of robotic welding. First and foremost, industrialization is growing at a rapid pace throughout the world, especially the automotive and metal industries. There is also an increase in customer demands, and many manufacturers can’t keep up.
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