Custom Machinery

Custom Machinery from A & J Electronics Corp

By: A & J Electronics Corp  06/11/2015
Keywords: Manufacturing, Machine Shop, Mechanics

Most of the machines we have built over the past 30 years were conceived, and designed, in house, to our customers requirements. The most successful projects have been those where we have had complete control over concept, design, function, manufacturing, programming, optics, pneumatics, and assembly. Although a process can be complex, the development of such machines is easy if you prove each step, as you proceed. The real challenge is in knowing which is the next logicial step in the development, and proceeding only when you have not violated any “rules” of mechanics, inertia, forces, wear, etc. Nothing can left to chance with so much going on at high speed.

Keywords: Custom Machinery, Custom Machining, Machine Shop, Manufacturing, Mechanics, Pneumatics, Precision Machining

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