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How to Quickly Change Chuck Faces Without Operator Assistance

March 18, 2016

A collaboration between Gosiger Automation, Okuma, Fanuc and Kitagawa work holding produced this robotically automated machining cell that significantly reduces the time and labor associated with part-to-part changeovers.

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A Low-Cost Robotic Automation Solution for CNC Shops

February 12, 2016

There's no doubt that applying robotic automation to part production provides a number of benefits including reduced cost-per-part, better use of machine operator time, increased CNC machine utilization, improved part quality and consistent daily output.

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Robotic Automation Transforms Tool & Die Shop

December 18, 2015

Production Machining magazine recently recorded this interview with Gosiger Automation customer Jeff Meyer, co-owner of Toolcraft LLC. The company was primarily a tool & die shop until Tuthill Transfer Systems, a worldwide supplier of pumps and meters, asked them to consider producing one of their

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Ergonomics & Robotic Automation

May 5, 2014

The science of ergonomics involves designing and arranging things so that people can use them as efficiently and easily as possible. When ergonomics is applied to CNC machining the primary focus is on improving productivity and safeguarding the machine operators.

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THINC—Partnership for Building Serious Solutions

April 30, 2014

This photo gallery depicts the partnership and tells the story of Gosiger Automation and Okuma's THINC technology working together to provide serious solutions. Read and learn more from our white paper that outlines how Okuma Intelligent technology stops crashes, compensates for

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Gosiger Automation & Morris South Partner to Improve Customer Productivity

June 7, 2013

Dayton, OH – Okuma machine tool distributor Morris South works with customers in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia to help improve manufacturing performance and solve production problems. When the best customer solution involves robotic-based automation, they turn to the Automation

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Automated Oil Coupling Cell Reduces Footprint, Increases Productivity

March 7, 2013

A manufacturer of API and premium couplings used for deep oil drilling wanted to significantly reduce its cost-per-part, utilize less floor space and address operator safety concerns. Gosiger Automation worked closely with other Okuma Partners in THINC to develop an automated cell occupying

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Robot Machine Tool Loading, Unloading, and Inspecting Finished Part

February 7, 2013

In this video a FANUC M-10iA robot not only loads and unloads a part from a Hardinge Super-Precision T51 SP CNC machine, but also uses a Renishaw Equator Comparative Gauging System to inspect the finished part, all without operator intervention. The video narrator explains how the robot uses a

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Gosiger Automation Cuts Cycle Time From 45 Minutes to Less Than 17

December 14, 2012

Kitchen Aid 1 Gosiger Automation recently worked with a manufacturer of rotors used in air compressors that wanted to improve the productivity of its grinding operation. The company was also concerned with employee health and safety issues due to

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New Video Explains Gosiger Automation Process

September 10, 2012

A new video from Gosiger Automation is now available on the Gosiger Website that briefly explains the process the company uses to help manufacturers improve productivity, reduce labor costs and become more competitive through the use of robotics-based factory automation systems. 

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