The “cutting edge” of parts machining goes far beyond having the latest CNC machines and accessories. It also means engaging with customers at the earliest stages of the production process using the latest in Design for Manufacturing methods (DFM), simulation, and process verification tools prior to cutting the first part. Then, it is critically important to have flexible and adaptable process technologies to make changes and scale production when needed, with the ability and commitment to inspect with the most precise tools throughout the process. The goal of this approach is to give customers the assurance – when the machining begins – that the parts are going to be 100% right, with zero defects, the first time and every time. Delivering this peace of mind is critical. After all, there is so much at stake when machined parts are critical to performance and safety, and the reliability of how parts function is essential to success.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the