Gear Production

SEP 2016

Gear Production

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September 2016—15 In response to increased production demands, Triumph Gear basically tripled the size of its workspace, moving its CMM lab to the new area with plenty of room for the new Hexagon CMM. while others may only request 3D coordinate point data. Whatever the case, the team has the essential tools for generating customized and comprehensive PC-DMIS inspection reports. Looking to the Future Triumph Gear is strategically positioning itself for continued growth. The company's recent expansion allows for the accommodation of new machines and equipment in all departments, from milling to metrology. Following suit, Mr. Farr has mapped a five-year plan for the quality control operations that includes hiring a full-time programmer and two more inspectors so the company can increase its machine capacity by 80 percent. As for future technology acquisitions, he will be on the lookout for smart solutions that help enhance quality, reduce internal scrap and rework and increase inspection throughput. "If you've got a good quality department, they can reach out to engineering and manufacturing and catch mistakes as they are happening," Mr. Farr says. "Quality control, if you do it right, can have a major impact on the overall business." Contact our US-Sales Team to learn more: DVS Technology America Inc. 734-656-2080 sales.america@dvs-technology.com GEAR CUTTING TURNING GRINDING MILLING DRILLING MEASURING Efficient gear cutting for complete machining 5-axis-turning center for all machining tasks Single clamping operation for highest precision PITTLER PV315 The small footprint multi-talent

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