Fixtures and jigs are extensively used in mass production to enhance efficiency. Reducing the production cost per component can be achieved by minimizing machining cycle times. This involves decreasing non-production times such as loading, unloading, and positioning the part on the machine. Therefore, fixture and jig designs play a critical role. The productive time of a machine is mainly the time required for cutting metal, making efficient fixture and jig designs essential for optimizing this process.

Reducing machining cycle times is key to lowering production costs per component in mass production. This requires minimizing non-production times like loading, unloading, and part placement on machines. Effective fixture and jig designs are crucial in this context, as they significantly contribute to reducing these times. The main productive time of a machine is spent cutting metal, underscoring the importance of well-designed fixtures and jigs. Our services include fixture and jig manufacturing, revision processes, prototyping processes, and precise end product measurements using optical and laser scanning.

Fixtures and jigs are fundamental tools in mass production environments, designed to enhance efficiency and precision. By reducing machining cycle times, companies can significantly lower the production cost per component. This involves not only the actual cutting time but also minimizing the non-productive times such as loading, unloading, and placing parts on the machine. Consequently, the design of fixtures and jigs is of paramount importance to streamline these processes and maximize machine productivity.

The manufacturing of fixtures and jigs involves a detailed and meticulous process to ensure they meet the specific requirements of the production line. Revision processes are essential to refine and improve these designs continuously. Through prototyping, we test and validate the functionality of fixtures and jigs before full-scale production, ensuring they perform optimally under real-world conditions. This step is crucial for identifying potential improvements and making necessary adjustments to enhance performance and reliability.

End product measurements on jigs and fixtures using optical and laser scanning technologies provide high precision and accuracy. These advanced measurement techniques ensure that the fixtures and jigs meet stringent quality standards and function as intended. Optical and laser scanning allows for detailed analysis and verification, ensuring that every component produced meets the desired specifications. This comprehensive approach to fixture and jig design and manufacturing ensures high efficiency, reduced costs, and improved overall production quality.