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In manufacturing, unplanned equipment downtime is one of the costliest things that can happen. When a machine breaks down, the business’s overhead skyrockets while revenue decreases. Without any output, no value is produced, but the company continues to incur labor expenses and must pay for machine repairs. Some studies have shown that in the past …

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Unplanned manufacturing downtime is almost always the result of machine failure. Highly expensive, it’s imperative that manufacturers quickly identify the source of the failure and make necessary repairs to keep costs low and minimize the effects of delayed production schedules. By understanding various types of spindle failures and what causes them, manufacturers will be better …

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  At GTI, we love the opportunity to meet with people all over the country that have benefitted from our services. It reminds us of how much we have grown. And it gives us the opportunity to hear directly from the customer. Whether you’re in Illinois, North Carolina, Texas, our home state of New Hampshire or …

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American manufacturing has undergone significant transformations over the last few decades, but in recent years has made some of its most impactful changes yet. A result of technological innovation, recent strides can be attributed to the rise of automation, robotics, and machine-to-machine communication. Today, manufacturing and automation are synonymous, leaving many technicians questioning their relevancy …

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Timing is everything, and in manufacturing, this philosophical adage holds true. Where production schedules are directly affected by assembly stages, each piece of the production puzzle must work together. In a perfect world, the manufacturing process would be frictionless: machines would continuously operate at peak efficiency, and production deadlines would be met time and time …

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In manufacturing, there are two ways to approach downtime. The first is to determine what can be done to avoid production halts altogether. The second is to assess how you can manage downtime so that it has the smallest possible impact on operations. Where traditional maintenance strategies were reactive and machine diagnosis was subjective, technological …

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As the world population continues to grow, so does the demand for new and accommodating infrastructure. Coupled with projected industry growth, construction companies and equipment manufacturers will need to ensure they can handle the influx of projects as younger generations enter the housing market and renewable energy segments become a major focus. Population Growth While …

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In manufacturing, timing is everything. Each phase of production must work in concert with the one before and after to ensure schedules are kept and impending deadlines are met. While technological advancements continue to enhance production capabilities by streamlining processes, machine failures and production halts remain prevalent, jeopardizing manufacturing timetables and directly affecting the bottom …

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A lot has changed in the century since Henry Ford introduced his revolutionary quadricycle and launched Ford Motor Company. While the once-novel Model T was produced on crude assembly lines, modern technological advancements have enabled mass production of today’s most futuristic vehicles. A true representation of shifting consumer preferences and production capabilities, the automotive industry …

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If one were to compare the aerospace industry of today to what it was in the early 1900’s, they would note that, aside from planes still having wings, the two are unrecognizable. Like most industries, the aerospace and defense sectors have experienced multiple revolutions as a result of technological advancements. Despite the introduction of transformative …

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