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Historically, TiNi outsourced much of its machining work to shops in the Bay Area.
We don t have a long production run to optimise our processes, plus everything is slightly different to the previous job, said TiNi Operations Manager, David Bokaie.
As the Tornos ST-26 was TiNi s first Swiss-type lathe, it was imperative that the company chose software suited to the task of programming the machine productively and intuitively.
With introduction of the Tornos ST-26 and PartMaker into its manufacturing process, TiNi has been able to program quickly and achieve better cycle times.