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Safe, even when the pressure is rising

Posted on June 22, 2017 at 2:34pm 0 Comments

In today's automotive injection pumps, fuel is pressed against sealed parts with incredible force at more than 2,000bar/29,000 pounds per square inch. This means that precision is the top priority when it comes to manufacturing sealing rings. The new iNSPEC 50 inspection system from iTECH Engineering AG based in Bettlach, Switzerland, guarantees flawless surfaces in the range of thousandths of a millimeter—and at a breathtaking speed.

For Hänggi GmbH, the renowned manufacturer of…


Manufacturing Processes at Michael Bubolz Machining GmbH are 100 Percent Safe with ESPRIT

Posted on March 9, 2017 at 12:17pm 0 Comments

Michael Bubolz Machining GmbH of Stuhr, Germany, near Bremen, has made its name as a supplier for the automotive and medical industries. With over 300 employees, it serves the medical sector including companies such as Stryker, a global leader in orthopedic technology that manufactures bone nails, screws and implants. The products are made of various materials such as plastic, aluminum, stainless steel and titanium for runs of five to 100 parts, and…


Conquering at Castle

Posted on January 10, 2017 at 6:45am 0 Comments

By Hélène Horent

When one hears the words “machine shop,” the images conjured are not necessarily of the neat and tidy variety.

And while not every shop is operated under three inches of coolant and a smear of grease, Castle Precision Engineering Services, a row of blue buildings placed neatly within an industrial-yet-evergreen Scottish landscape is clearly in a league of its own.

Precise in more ways than one, the company of 60-plus years has made high standards…


Stamber Uses ESPRIT to Model and Create Tool Paths for Aerospace Parts

Posted on May 5, 2016 at 1:07pm 0 Comments

Stamber was originally established as a producer of die-casting molds, but the company evolved into a plastic molding business after acquiring 50 to 500-ton molding presses about 22 years ago. Over the years Stamber continued to evolve and today the company mass-produces machined parts, performs mechanical engineering work, and supplies a wide variety of product sectors by using many different materials, some of which can be challenging to work with (such as Inconel and…


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