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As a manufacturing company we understand the time it takes to change out vise jaws. Time is money, and every second you waste switching these is time you could be using to finish your project. Quit wasting valuable time changing out vise jaws for your next project. With the Winn Speed Lock Vise you can easily change out your vise jaws in as little as 30 seconds! Stay tuned with our blog to receive all the latest news!

Troubleshooting Older CNC Equipment: Kitamura Mycenter 3 VMC

Troubleshooting Older CNC Equipment: Kitamura Mycenter 3 VMC

Do you use older CNC equipment in your machine shop or manufacturing facility? Here at Winn Manufacturing, we use a Kitamura Mycenter 3 vertical machining center (VMC) with a pallet changer to produce some of the parts for the Winn Speed Lock Vise. Our patented,... read more
Machine Shop Questions and Desktop Answers

Machine Shop Questions and Desktop Answers

What’s the best way to find answers to machine shop questions? Today, people use the Internet for just about everything. Although there are other search engines, Google is the go-to for many searches. Google is easy-to-use, but that doesn’t mean you’ll find what you’re looking for. Even in our digital age, there’s a reason that the Machinery’s Handbook is still called the “Machinist’s Bible”.

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How to Make Faster CNC Tool Changes

How to Make Faster CNC Tool Changes

Winn Manufacturing shares a CNC machine setup challenge – and a cost-saving solution. By reducing changeover times, you can reduce your lead times and get parts out the door faster.

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Versatility of the Winn Speedlock 6″ Vise with Custom Jaws

Versatility of the Winn Speedlock 6″ Vise with Custom Jaws

Cradling Steel Shafts in the Winn Speedlock 6″ CNC Vise These photos are of a steel shaft we machine on our CNC equipment at Winn Mfg. The raw material is 3″ diameter 1141 CRS. The first operation, the material is loaded into our Winn Speed Lock 6″... read more
Google vs the Machinery’s Handbook

Google vs the Machinery’s Handbook

Old School problem solving – when the Internet is not enough. I had questions recently about a couple of projects here at Winn Mfg. I needed to do the calculations to come up with the developed length for a bending job that I am sending out, because Winn Mfg.... read more