Continued Growth in Lathe / Turning Department

We have decided to continue our department growth.  Today we have acquired an addition DMG Mori ECOTurn 450.  This will round out our turning department to include the following:

Lathe / Turning

  • 1 Mori Seiki SL-1A
  • 1 SNK
  • 2 DMG Mori ECOTurn 450's

Mill/Turn

  • 1 Mori Seiki NL2500SY

  • 1 Mori Seiki NL1500SY

  • 1 Samsung SL2500ASY

Our turning department runs lights-out with the addition of our automation tools.

MGI secures voip service with Mitel

MGI is pleased to announce an agreement with Mitel to supply connectivity and telecom to MGI's multiple locations. This agreement now unites all locations into a single cloud site.  

Implementation has begun. Completion is scheduled for June's month end.  

 

GlenDee/MGI is an aerospace manufacturing company with its core expertise in machining and sheet metal fabrication. All services offered include turning, lathe, mill-turn, horizontal machining, vertical machining, edm - both sinker and wire, sheet metal fabrication.  

 

Statistical Practices cut touch time

 Machined tapered walls

Machined tapered walls

The product pictured uses several methods to measure quality. After a thorough review we have managed to reduce total touch time by approximately 15 hours in a normal production cycle. SPC allows us to monitor the quality of the product in a very predictable method. This eliminates the potential escapes and increases the overall AQL quantity.  This product currently exceeds a Cpk of 2.35. 

 

CNC West Magazine does an interview with MGI

The Quest for Productivity

How a Highly Successful Military Aerospace
Manufacturer Achieved Success by Setting its Sights on Increased Productivity.

Story and photos by C. H. Bush, editor

Question: what’s in a nameplate? Answer: a highly successful military aerospace manufacturing company, if you do it right. 
“My father, Glenn Grossman, founded Metalagraphics, Inc. (MGI) in a 2500-sq-ft building in 1975 to manufacture nameplates for the military and commercial aircraft industry,” says David Grossman, company vp, business planner and programmer. “But that was just the beginning. When he started MGI, my father was an air force veteran and a businessman with several years experience with a fortune 500 company. He was ambitious, he knew people in the industry, and he knew how to sell. The result is that today we operate from a modern, 28,000-sq-ft building, we have 56 employees and some of the most advanced manufacturing equipment available in the world.”

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