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Other Case studies
Increasing Output and Precision with Robotics Case Study
There was increasing variability when welding the hinges onto the footboards and this was risking the quality and functionality of the part.
Manufacturing costs were growing to an unacceptable level as production quantities continued to increase.
Achieving Tight Tolerances in a Progressive Die Case Study
Collaborative sessions with the customer helped Ultra fully understand the functionality and features of the thrust ring and established a productive setting for die designing and building. It was identified that the part’s tabs required a tight tolerance of no more than .062” to achieve correct alignment with threads during the multi-assembly process.
Delivering Repeatability & Cost-Savings Case Study
Ultra conducted an in-depth analysis of the customer’s current manufacturing process for the shaft piece. It was being produced as a sintered metal piece to attain the shaft’s form. This was time consuming and expensive.
Precision Manufacturing Process Case Study
Precision Manufacturing Process Case Study The manufacturing of this part, Inner Cone and Contact Spring, was a detailed process that required 100% inspection throughout to deliver high-quality and precision. Perfection was needed to guarantee the part performed as designed in the final product. A progressive die draws the inner cone and contact spring utilizing beryllium copper […]
Delivering Production and Cosmetic Standards Case Study
The sheer size to stamp this part was causing production issues at the customer’s own manufacturing facility.
An unacceptable amount of resources were allocated to produce this side table at the required quantities.
Serious concerns that an outside supplier would be unable to meet their strict cosmetic standards was…