Last summer, our new Steinhauer MC-80 CNC machine arrived at UCEC. This remarkable piece of technology has added value and time savings for our clients, and has become a vital part of our craftsmanship process.
Below, Zach Fothergill has shared a few images of the MC-80. There's also a quick video of Zach machining three pilot device holes. Enjoy!
Photos and video by Zach Fothergill. Top Left: A large stainless steel slope top consol lid with 28 30.5mm pilot devices; Top Right: The finished product; Bottom Left: Surface grinding a backpanel for a ground bar; Bottom Right: Cutting out a square in a stainless door for a grace port
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More UCEC Stories from Our Shop
I’m pleased to introduce another Colorado company and valuable UCEC vendor, Royal Supply Company, Inc. Based out of Commerce City, Royal Supply was founded in 1963 by former United States Air Force Mechanic Virgil Flanders. This early version of the company was known as Denver’s “Rivet House” because they were a supplier of surplus aircraft parts.
Editor's Note: Several members of the UCEC team recently returned from Monterrey, Mexico where we helped our customer modify and expand some panels they had onsite. This trip made us remember a similar journey in February 2016.
We're incredibly fond of our home state. Its natural beauty is unparalleled. But our educated and talented workforce plus a culture of innovation create a dynamic climate in which to do business. Below are two recent findings that make the Centennial state proud.
With Halloween behind us and November just beginning, my mind is turning to the holidays, especially Thanksgiving. It’s a season of gratefulness and time spent with loved ones. With this in mind, I decided to jot down five things I am grateful for at work.
Each week, we ship out our meticulously crafted electrical control panels to sites in North America and beyond. This week, we carefully packed up panels that are headed to Monterrey, Mexico. Bon voyage! And now, it's back to work.