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Transor Case Studies


Advanced Machine Technology Enables Saw Manufacturer To Expand Product Offerings

For over forty-five years the M. K. Morse Company (Canton, Ohio) has gained a worldwide reputation for manufacturing superior saw blades and power tool accessories. They are recognized for development of many innovative sawing products for industrial use that include bi-metal and carbon band saw blades as well as on-site manufacturing of specially designed and engineered carbide-tipped saw blades.

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Medical Tool Manufacturer Finds Filtration a Key To Success

Making precision tools for surgeons is what has enabled NG Instruments (Warsaw, IN) to achieve consistent growth over the years. “The demands of this market for precision drills, taps and reamers is quite different than your typical contract cutting tool manufacturer”, stated Tony Nicholas, president and co-founder.

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Carbide Reclamation Provides Significant ROI On New Filtration System

Not only do QCT 80 cutter/tool grinders perform better with a Transor, the reclaimed carbide from the manufacturer’s operation has been averaging close to $20,000 a month...

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The Old Process Of Lapping Takes On A New Dimension

A-1 discovered many additional benefits with their Transor. There are virtually no consumables involved...“With the Transor,” Jason Greenberg says, “the elements are cleaned automatically and all the debris is placed into a bag for easy disposal. We replace them weekly and the cost is only about $20. So the consumable costs were not even in the same ballpark between the two filters.”

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Niche Grinding Proves To Be Successful

When Curt Reed decided to open his business in 2000, selecting a name for his company wasn’t one of his challenges. Precision Grinding Solutions, LLC (Wallingford, CT) is the combination of Curt Reed’s years of machining experience and vision of an often overlooked niche in contract grinding. Beginning his career as a tool and mold maker in the mid 80’s, Reed ended up starting his business to provide application engineering services to the grinding industry primarily with the Studer group at United Grinding Technologies...

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Best Carbide Discovers a Key Ingredient to Improving Tool Quality

It was a fatal auto accident in 1986 involving both parents that thrust brothers, Mark and Sal Nunez, into the carbide drill business their father had started six years earlier. But in the intervening years, they have transformed their father’s vision of providing customers high precision, high quality carbide tools into Best Carbide Tools, Inc (Gardena, CA). Today Best Carbide operates in a 25,000 square foot facility with over 50 employees working multiple shifts...

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Filtration A Key To Unattended Grinding

When Tom Pankratz launched Advanced Tooling, Inc. (ATI) his vision was to build a business manufacturing the difficult carbide tooling that others couldn’t or wouldn’t take on. His experience as a toolmaker taught him that his company’s competitive advantage would be gained from employing skilled labor and providing them with all the technology available to their industry...

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