The Protomatic blog, “Precisely Speaking,” is where you’ll get useful information on all aspects of precision CNC machining.
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It’s a scary world out there.
The Internet of Things (IOT) is here — and warp-speed advances in technology is causing it to grow by leaps and bounds. We see it both in manufacturing and in our everyday lives. Our fridges can remind us of what to pick up at the store.
Protomatic manufactures precision CNC parts for the aerospace and medical industries. To help ensure that every part meets optimum quality standards, we perform regular independent inspections of the Quality Management System. These inspections are
It seems as though bad news comes in waves, and Covid-19 is now in Wave 5. While there appears to be light at the end of the tunnel, the effect that Covid is having on our industry is still significant. Following are some of the areas Covid is impacting, and how Protomatic is dealing with it.
At Protomatic, “Life-Saving Precision” is the bar we set for every component we support and manufacture. Whether for medical or aerospace, we know that our parts can save lives. So we’re not just demanding about details. We’re obsessive.
It is exciting to see the “New Space Race” with two big-business powerhouses leading the way: Elon Musk running SpaceX (SpaceX/Tesla/Solar City) and Jeff Bezos running Blue Origin (Blue Origin/Amazon). Both leaders have invested heavily in their dreams and have demonstrated the commercial need for
Protomatic, a Dexter, MI, precision CNC machine shop, manufactures small and medium-sized complex, high-precision components. We specialize in prototype and low-volume projects for commercial and private companies, particularly those involved in space exploration or military applications.
Protomatic, a precision CNC shop specializing in prototype and production components, is pleased to announce a new addition to the team. Lori Frantz has joined us as our new Inside Sales Representative.
Protomatic is listening to our customers and doing something about what we hear.
A few of our customers requested that we increase our capabilities to manufacture larger parts – specifically large plate work and larger 5-axis work. Since we already had inspection capability to 1.5M (59”), a larger