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How are industrial machines made?

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:53
by JohnyWalter32
How are machines in factories made? Are they made by machines too? If yes, then how are these machines made? :shock:

Re: How are industrial machines made?

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2020 4:12
by TonyB
As you travel with service by 8rental through industrial areas you will see a lot of tool and die shops, often with names such as Chuck's Tool & Jig, National Mold & Die, and so forth. Every shop specializes in making tools for a particular type of manufacturing, such as extrusion, powdered metal, sheet metal presses, or cold heading.

They have machines that are used for creating the parts for the making of things in large quantities. Engineers design the tooling and make drawings of what is needed, then the toolmakers read the drawings and create the tooling. The tooling is then shipped to the factory that ordered them.

Re: How are industrial machines made?

Posted: Fri Apr 17, 2020 16:57
by leila_mcdonald
very difficult question, mate

Re: How are industrial machines made?

Posted: Wed Dec 02, 2020 17:39
by lynn21
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Re: How are industrial machines made?

Posted: Wed Feb 17, 2021 16:40
by MorrisonP
Anyone knows a good place for repairing industrial machines, the company they were previously bought from went bankrupt so servicing there is not an option anymore.

Re: How are industrial machines made?

Posted: Wed Feb 17, 2021 17:29
by Avanice
Depends on what kind of machines. Are they intended for fabricating or automating the factory? I had a similar problem in the past when I worked as a technician at a metal sheet fabrication company, and one time, out of the blue a PLC glitched out and resulted in faulty products. It wasn’t a software problem, after a series of debugging tests were done, so that only left the hardware. In the end we sent the thing to https://www.automationstop.com/allen-bradley-repair/ and after a couple of business days they sent back the device in working condition.

Re: How are industrial machines made?

Posted: Fri Feb 19, 2021 13:39
by ShortShot
Avanice wrote:
Wed Feb 17, 2021 17:29
Depends on what kind of machines. Are they intended for fabricating or automating the factory? I had a similar problem in the past when I worked as a technician at a metal sheet fabrication company, and one time, out of the blue a PLC glitched out and resulted in faulty products. It wasn’t a software problem, after a series of debugging tests were done, so that only left the hardware. In the end we sent the thing to https://www.automationstop.com/allen-bradley-repair/ and after a couple of business days they sent back the device in working condition.
Thanks for the useful link.