In an article titled “Reducing a manufacturer’s cost per part with advanced punching technology” by The Fabricator, it’s evident that while metal fabricating constitutes a small fraction of the U.S. manufacturing sector, it still employs over 1.45 million people across 60,000 private companies. As the industry undergoes a generational shift, new perspectives emerge, challenging traditional practices. One crucial question arises: “Why do we do it like that?”
This shift in mindset prompts even seasoned metal fabricators to reevaluate their methods continuously. Precision punching machines, once the backbone of CNC technology, are still relevant today. While high-powered fiber laser cutting machines compete for the holemaking crown, punching machines remain unmatched in producing blanks of varying sizes and creating intricate forms without the need for secondary processes.
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