Industrial Manufacturing

Industrial CNC Machines Should Last Decades With Minimal Interruptions

Over the past several decades, industrial manufacturers like Chrysler and Johnson Controls have relied on the durability and reliability of DATRON machines to run flawlessly, shift after shift…for years.

Speed Up Your Workflow to Lower Part Costs and Reduce Your Total Cost of Ownership

Why use a large, heavy system to make small, intricate parts? Compact industrial machines save you valuable floor space and use less electricity. You can have two DATRONs or two spindles running in the same floor space as one traditional machining center. The evaporative coolant requires zero maintenance with zero part clean-up, compared to messy oil-based coolant systems that incur disposal fees. And imagine the flexibility and cost-savings from having any of your shop employees be able to operate your equipment with a simple touch-screen control.

Your machine has made dramatic and hugely beneficial changes to our manufacturing operation. Not in my wildest dreams would I have thought we would be back in only 9 months to purchase another.

Tom Barry President, Yeulle Nameplate & Label

Easy to Maintain, Well-Constructed, Cost-Effective to Operate

The overall success of your CNC machine goes far beyond the cycle time. If you need a machine that will last, it’s critical to make the right decision because your return on investment will be calculated over years. Factors to consider when investing in industrial CNC machines should include:

  • Floor space required.
  • Electrical consumption.
  • Machinist’s salary.
  • Post-process operations.
  • Time of your entire workflow.
  • Coolant system maintenance and disposal.

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