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October is National Manufacturing Month! Recognition of this month is dedicated to highlighting manufacturing, the opportunities the industry holds, and the economic impact it has. As a U.S. manufacturer and precision machining supplier for the manufacturing industry, Nolte is proud to recognize manufacturing as essential segment of the United States economy.    Driven by over… Read more »

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Every manufacturer relies on quality parts and components to build the products they take to market. Industry-specific manufacturing standards, such as AS9100D  for aerospace machined parts, mean there are added critical requirements for parts as well as the processes used to make them. Counterfeit or inauthentic parts and components are becoming an increasing problem for… Read more »

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The term FOD refers to a topic that is a significant concern in many manufacturing sectors, including aerospace parts machining. Depending on the context, the acronym can refer to Foreign Object Debris, Foreign Object Damage, as well as Foreign Object Detection. The National Aerospace FOD Prevention Inc. (NAFPI), offers the following definitions: Foreign Object Debris… Read more »

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As part of our ongoing investment in the newest and most advanced equipment technologies, Nolte Precise has invested in a Telesis BenchMark®320 Benchtop Dot Peen (Stylus) Marking System. The BenchMark®320 offers a generous 4″ x 6″ (100mm x 150mm) marking window large enough to meet the requirements of almost any application. The system’s unique marking… Read more »

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Nolte Precise is a proud supporter of the Precision Machined Products Association (PMPA) and the Precision Machining Technology Show (PMTS), the must-attend event for users of precision machining equipment and services related to machine tools, cutting tools, work handling, materials, parts cleaning, and more. PMTS 2019 took place April 2nd – 4th in Cleveland, Ohio…. Read more »

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To a large degree, the success Nolte Precise has achieved is due to our ongoing investments in the newest and most advanced equipment technologies. As our precision machining equipment list continues to grow, we have been able to serve more customers in a wide range of industries with high quality machined parts. Our wide range… Read more »

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A key way to reduce costs and improve manufacturing profitability is to lower component costs.The precision machined parts required for your manufacturing processes could be modified, or the way in which they are made could be adapted to significantly reduce your cost of doing business.In fact, small modifications made to your part design can actually… Read more »

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Whether you do your precision machining inhouse or you outsource, it is important to periodically evaluate your process efficiencies and finished products to determine if your current manufacturing system or supply chain is meeting your quality standards. In manufacturing, as with many things, it is easy to “let it ride” if there are no obvious… Read more »

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Nolte Precise recently made a new investment in expanding our CNC lathe turning capacity and screw machining capability with a new gantry-loading CNC lathe from Okuma, global leader in CNC machine tool technology. The innovative design of the Okuma 2SP-150H features a front-facing spindle, which helps to create an automation-friendly lathe for small parts production…. Read more »

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Cellular manufacturing is a manufacturing approach that falls within the larger concept of just-in-time or lean manufacturing. The objective of cellular manufacturing is to accelerate work flow by making a wide variety of similar products, while producing the lowest degree of waste possible. In cellular manufacturing, multiple “cells” are set up in an assembly line… Read more »