Our new 3-D printer helps reduce lead time! [07/25/17]
Our foundries can take advantage of printing complex gating to feed our castings. We always slice the first castings made from the new tool to see if there is any shrinking or porosity. With our new printer we can adjust gating immediately to eliminate these conditions.
Our machining divisions can now use these printed models to build their tooling and holding fixtures instead of having to wait for the cast tooling to be finished. This dramatically cuts down on lead time on our new projects.
Precision Enterprises Adds a 3-D Printer to Provide Customers with Accurate Models Prior to Cutting New Tooling. [07/01/17]
We have purchased a 3-D Printer to assist your engineering department in the design of the ‘perfect casting’. When you send us your CAD files for quotation, we can supply you a model showing different colors for draft, machining stock, wall thicknesses, gating, risering, etc. so your engineers can have something in their hands to review and discuss.
By supplying these models to you, we can solve all possible future problems before going to hard tooling. Take a look at the complexity of some of the shapes we can now ‘print’.
There are several materials available. Please give us a call and we can discuss the benefits of each of these materials. We look forward to working with your engineering department and achieving that ‘perfect casting’ the first time around.
2 new CNC machining centers are up and running at our machine shop! [06/15/17]
What’s New [07/01/11]
Construction has begun (July 2011) for the new Precision Enterprises Engineering Campus. This building will house the state of the art Engineering Computer Center where all CAD files will be documented, checked for accuracy, and given final approval before starting production, as well as customer re-design or re-engineering. All foundry and machine shop tooling design will be coordinated from this new location. Completion date is fourth quarter of 2011.
Precision Enterprises Awarded Medical Contract [06/01/11]
A southern based medical device manufacturer approached Precision Enterprises with a complex problem. Their device was intended for use in patients’ homes to assist in sleeping. However, the plastic cover that housed the motor caused harmonic resonance that resulted in noise levels that disturbed the sleep patterns of the patients. Precision was given strict pricing targets to meet, tight tolerances, and typical medical cosmetic finishes to achieve, all within a very short time frame. Models were produced, test were run, and pattern equipment was started. Within a very short time, the client had prototypes and PPAPs. The approval was given and a short time later the first production run of the new cast aluminum cover was at the customer. See pictures below and to the right.