Here are the three future inventions, Rayburn is keeping an eye on, to improve speed, quality and efficiency in the coming years.
3D printing components out of metal (of an industrial strength) has long been a pipe dream that borders on science fiction, but this is slowly becoming a reality for many factory’s around the world, although most of the printers that are capable of doing this are still in the prototype stage, there is no denying that advanced 3D printing will change the engineering sector forever.
Having a CNC program that knows when something has gone wrong or can make a working model within a matter of minutes has long been desired in the industry, but now there are several high lever companies that are working on just this, it’s only a matter of time before you will be able to introduce a brand of A.I into your machines.
Mill turning has been around a while but the technologies has never been fulling utilized until now with many organization purchasing more mill-turns than ever before. At Rayburn, are interest in mill turns goes hand in hand with our invested interest in the advantages of 5 axis machining.
Next week’s blog will explore Rayburn’s many capabilities outside of plastics.