All Star CNC Products Weekly Recap , 3/8/21-3/12/21
Some of this week’s highlights in the worlds of gasketing and CNC routers. Always looking to improve vacuum hold down performance when it comes to cutting parts…..
– Received word that Mike will be presenting at the Educational Seminars at this years AWFS trade show. We will be presenting on the topic how CNC Gasketing can better vacuum clamp on CNC Routers. Looking forward to presenting.
– Brought in our new piece of manufacturing equipment: a proper core cutter!! This will prevent some of those frayed cardboard core edges that keep the rolls centered in the case.
– Had a great day of filming with Lane Power (www.lanepower.com) doing some final film work for the upcoming CNC Gasketing social media video. May be coming out next week!!
– Posted our Coach’s Corner gasketing segment talking about making dedicated fixtures and using in-board gasketing. Great tutorial for those looking to hold production run parts on their router. If you are doing repetitive parts, stop using spoilboards and start using dedicated fixtures.
– Spoke with a member of Laguna’s Sales Team about building a dedicated fixture in a proof-of-concept project they are working on. After they prove to the customer, we can hold the part, it will be the final step to selling the router to the user.
– Nice conversation with the new Buyer at one of our large guitar manufacturers. He was curious what we have been supplying all these years.
– A first-time customer calling with his first ever router, an Industrial CNC. Provided some grid gasketing and an intro kit to help better understand vacuum clamping ideas and differences between spoilboards and fixtures.
– Great call with Jeff Robinson, Head Coach at Hybrid Machining ( www.hybridmachining.com ). Sending Jeff some gasketing material to put in their new CNC education center. Looking forward to working with Jeff and his team.
– We had a visit with a customer last week doing stair runners on his CNT Motions Systems CNC Router. We were showing him tile gasketing, the TG CR 06. Today, he reordered significantly a bit more material. Must have been working for him.
– Spoke with a CNC shop in Warren, RI of all places. All Star’s former location. We signed the necessary NDAs today and will begin receiving the CAD files and pictures of the parts next week. Looking forward to helping hold these parts better.