The Okuma MULTUS B250II is the ideal combination of mill-turn operations, with lathe, vertical, or horizontal machining center and material-handling operations consolidated into one machine. Projects that require multiple operations are perfect for this machine. The MULTUS reduces processes due to its milling and turning capabilities. It requires fewer setups than your traditional turn and mill projects. Everything is done on one machine. It also saves on floor space due to the numerous operations it can perform. It truly is a one-stop machine. With fewer setups, work station transfers and less “down time”, Kremin can offer competitive lead times as well as competitive pricing.
Inspection Mobile by uniPoint
At Kremin Inc. we utilize “Inspection Mobile” by uniPoint. This improves efficiency and allows our inspection team to proactively manage the inspection activity. Inspection is all about collecting data, making evaluations and retaining the records in a central location for further action. We found this the perfect opportunity to go paper-less!
Because Quality Matters, Kremin Delivers
Here at Kremin Inc. we proudly utilize the “uniPoint Quality Management System”. uniPoint bridges a multitude of quality standards, such as ISO 9001:2015 and 13485:2016 and AS9100. uniPoint Quality Management software ensures that we can maintain and measure the cost and frequency of quality events. It also encompasses the principles of Lean Manufacturing. In this article we will highlight the “Inspection Module” focusing primarily on the preparation of inspection requirements using uniPoint.
Swiss turning refers to a specialized process for machining small, high precision parts. The Swiss Screw machine was engineered in the 19th century in Switzerland to facilitate mass production of the miniature screws required for the growing watch industry. Since then, Swiss Screw machines, also known as Swiss lathe, Sliding Headstock Lathe and Swiss Automatic, have become widely known for its ability to produce ultra-precision parts in the medical technology, aerospace, and high-end industrial industries.
Congratulations to our co-op student, Sara Aldrich, who earned a scholarship from Great Lakes Bay Manufacturers’ Association. She will be starting at Kettering University in the fall pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering.