Case Studies Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Watching NASCAR may be all about the thrill of competition, but producing parts that go the distance is all about the art and science of manufacturing precision. Dale Earnhardt, Inc., uses Surfcam Traditional’s specialized machining strategies and cycles to manufacture cutting-edge racing products. Uni-Fab Industries, Inc. Hard at work amid the bustle of the San Francisco Bay Area are the employees of Uni-Fab Industries, Inc. Precision sheet-metal specialist Uni-Fab Industries, Inc., uses the specialized machining strategies of Surfcam Traditional to help provide comprehensive service. Wilson Audio Specialties, Inc. While much of manufacturing is both art and science, top-of-the-line loudspeaker producer Wilson Audio takes that concept to the next level by harnessing the science of sound to recreate the art of live music. Wilson Audio Specialties, Inc., uses Surfcam Traditional’s specialized contouring capabilities and efficient toolpath to produce its line of state-of-the-art loudspeakers. Daycab Company Necessity may be the mother of invention, but Daycab Company knows that creating solutions for the retrofitting of existing transport and industrial equipment is simply good business. Daycab Company cuts machine time in half with the specialized 5-axis multi-cut cycles in Surfcam Traditional. Advantage Metal Products Advantage Metal Products is the brainchild and ongoing success story of the Segundo brothers, who got their start in the manufacturing business by sweeping the shop floor of their father’s metal-fabrication company. Advanced Metal Products Uses the Customization Tools within Surfcam Traditional to Establish Company Standards and Increase Efficiency while Serving Multiple Industries. HOZ Manufacturing, LLC While customer satisfaction can make or break any manufacturer, HOZ Manufacturing, LLC, has made a specialty of becoming a one-stop shop with the kind of customer service that clients are unlikely to find just about anywhere else. Precision job shop HOZ Manufacturing, LLC, uses the specialized cycles within Surfcam Traditional to retain toolpath control while producing a wide range of parts Surfcam Helps Machine Company Meet Order By Slashing Cycle Time A Turkish company manufacturing shopfloor machines and production lines turned to Surfcam to help them meet an important order from an American corporation. DKW Precision Machining DKW Precision Machining has used Surfcam Traditional since 1998 to cut machining time and deliver unparalleled part quality to multiple industries, including the underwater exploration, aerospace and commercial industries. Counted among DKW’s customers are Schilling Robotics, which produces underwater remotely operated vehicles, or ROVs, and automotive manufacturer Tesla, Inc. Davis Technical College The machine shop at Davis Technical College is where practice and passion converge to hone the skills and creative drive that the manufacturing industry will always need. Davis Technical College programs its CNC machinery with Surfcam Traditional and partners with industry innovators to bring the latest technologies to students. Bemsco Having secured a niche in the world of aerospace manufacturing by turning out parts that others simply cannot produce, Bemsco thrives in an industry defined by complex jobs and equally challenging part specifications. Bemsco uses Surfcam Traditional to produce a wide range of challenging parts. BJB Enterprises BJB Enterprises Eliminates Outsourcing and Increases Efficiency with Surfcam Traditional. "Without the outsourcing, turnaround time is a lot faster, and we don’t have to count on someone else to come through.” says CNC Programmer Joe Castillo of BJB Enterprises, based in Tustin, Calif. Making a Splash When it comes to orchestrating major events, glamour and flawless presentation are all that the audience sees — which is exactly the way it’s supposed to be. International company VER manufactures a wide range of specialty event-production equipment with Surfcam Traditional. Special FX Making a living in the film industry can sound like a lot of glitz and glamour, but long-time special effects specialist Matt Sweeney knows exactly how much work goes into creating the perfect illusion. Special effects gear manufacturer Matt Sweeney Special Effects, Inc., uses Surfcam Traditional to continuously increase production capabilities. When Practice Makes Perfect Striving for perfection can be an act of futility, but if you ask experienced manufacturer Rich Thompson, he’ll tell you that perfect parts are the only kind worth making. High-end job shop Thompson Machine makes a range of products, including custom boat and energy parts, with Surfcam Traditional Battle of the ’Bots Building a robot from scratch is no easy feat, but the challenge is just part of the fun for students on the Cimarron-Memorial High School Robotics Team — aptly dubbed the Highrollers. Cimarron-Memorial High School of Las Vegas uses Surfcam to build robots that go the distance Manufacturing on a Grand Scale Maintaining tight tolerances on large precision parts is no easy feat, which is one of several reasons that manufacturers shy away from projects of the massive variety. Large precision prototype manufacturer Tapemation Machining, Inc., saves time and gains accuracy with Surfcam Traditional. Hitting the Bullseye Manufacturing products created just to be destroyed is all in a day’s work at Griffon Aerospace, which turns out high-precision remotely piloted aircraft destined to be shot down by the U.S. military. Remotely piloted aircraft manufacturer Griffon Aerospace increased accuracy and efficiency by choosing Surfcam. Surfcam’s Role in Global Motor Industry Schools Competition Surfcam’s Czech Republic reseller organised the national leg of two global engineering competitions for schools, and helped the country winners prepare for the international finals.