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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
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”.read more
Kurt vises are better-known, but the Winn Speed Lock Vise is the better choice when you perform a full product comparison.read more
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.read more
Winn Manufacturing is a machine shop with deep roots in metalworking. The photo you see here is of a metal rose that was made in 1914.read more
At Winn Mfg. we have CNC machined (4) 100 piece lots of the part in this photo over the past 18 to 24 months. The material is a 1141 cold finish bar and the Acme threaded section is approximately 11-1/2 inches long. All of the turning operations are done our CNC lathe...read more
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" vises with a set of...read more
Come and Demo the Winn Speed Lock 6" Vise at Southwestern Industries Winn Speed Lock Vise begins its fourth year working with Southwestern Industries. They produce the Trak CNC machines. They schedule open houses periodically to demonstrate the Trak machines in their...read more
Machining an Aluminum Sand Casting Project Here at Winn Mfg. we have been machining an aluminum sand casting project for a couple of years that has good volume. The project averages about 19,000 parts per year with three different castings and a total of six different...read more
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. doesn't...read more