St. Paul, Minnesota (PressExposure) July 02, 2012 -- Tempco Manufacturing Company, Inc., has invested heavily in new equipment to improve their processes and boost production. The precision metal forming company has spent nearly $3 million on new equipment in the past two years alone.
Based in St. Paul, Minnesota, Tempco Manufacturing produces precision metal stampings, sheet metal fabrications, mechanical assemblies, and more for OEMs and customers in a broad range of industries throughout the world. With modern production facilities encompassing over 83,000 square feet and additional leased space for finished goods, they are a full service, one-stop shop for precision metal forming. For nearly seventy years, Tempco has delivered metal stampings and fabrications that meet or exceed their customers' expectations.
To further improve the quality of their products, create more efficient production, and lower costs for their customers, Tempco has recently installed a wide array of new manufacturing equipment. With faster-operating equipment and expanded process automation, the company aims to produce more parts per hour and drive the per-piece price of their metal stampings and fabrications even lower.
Chief among Tempco Manufacturing Company's new equipment acquisitions are two 440-ton Aida variable speed punch presses. These punch presses allow for greater control of the forming process and feature large work beds for multiple tooling setups required for some parts or extremely large parts. Tempco has also added a 12-foot Cincinnati CNC press brake that also enables operators to fabricate very long parts or utilize multiple tools in a single setup. The company's addition of new CNC Cincinnati and Accu-Cut shears facilitate fast, highly repeatable, high precision, automated metal cutting. Five new SpeedyCut multi-spindle tapping machines and five new Clausing multi-spindle drills give Tempco faster, easier hole drilling, countersinking, and tapping capabilities. The company has also added a CNC surface grinder for high precision, high-speed material grinding and multiple TimeSaver machines to sand and put a straight-line finish on completed parts.
These latest equipment additions to Tempco's manufacturing facility are part of the company's continuous process of improvement. The company has allocated a minimum of $1 million per year for new equipment and employee training to keep Tempco at the forefront of technology and get more efficient in their industry.
For more information on Tempco Manufacturing Company, Inc., visit them online at http://www.tempcomfg.com.