Expert Manufacturing Advice tailored for step-by-step implementation in the workplace. Small Manufacturers, Machine Shops and CAD Engineers improve and thrive with our hands-on help. Machine Stop Essentials A One-stop-shop offering guidance and great ideas to boost your machining capability Ideal for Machinists, Jobs Shops & Small Manufacturers
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Welcome to Machine Shop Essentials! You'll find this an invaluable resource for all things machining. For machinists, engineers and small machining businesses eager to improve, we offer a comprehensive range of information that will modernise and professionalize your machining capability.
Ultimately Machine Shop Essentials is about helping you achieve better machining productivity and ultimately profitability. You'll find a wide range of helpful information covering everything from manual & CNC training tips, to practical CAD/CAM, through to new and used machining directories. We also cover related topics such as work holding, a range of finishing processes, as well as inspection techniques.
Machine Shop Essentials is a great training aid for those who simply wish to find out more and learn. To make things as convenient for you as possible, we make extensive use of short videos and slide shows. Visual examples are always powerful when it comes to demos and explanations.
We are always eager to add quality to our content. Why not drop us a line or send something in at email@example.com? As always with Advice Manufacturing the emphasis is on practical, workplace-based help. Get the useful info you need, prior to rolling your sleeves up and getting on! On that note, why not take a look around starting by clicking on an area of interest below....
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A comprehensive website covering every aspect of mahining technology, from a practical perspective. Includes wide-ranging forums, articles, videos and classified advertising. Ideal for practical hands-on technicians and engineers, as well as those running machine and job shops. Solve technical problems, find tips for improvement and get on.