Three myths about customized chucks

As an expert in manufacturing, you know the value that customized chucks can add to your process, your results, and your bottom line. But to …

Changing a part? Here’s how to avoid delays.

If you’re looking for ways to shorten your time from design to manufacture, getting the rightinformation to the right people at the right time makes …

Installing custom workholding fixtures

If you’ve got engineers and machinists on staff, you might decide to have your own team install your custom workholding fixtures. At first glance, doing …

How custom work chucks pay for themselves

A customer of ours came to us with an existing production process, wondering if custom work chucks would be worth the money. Since custom workholding …

When to plan for custom workholding

When do you think about custom workholding? If you’re like most manufacturers, it’s fairly late in your development process. In some cases, that’s a smart …

Experience meets precision machining

At Stace-Allen, we’ve used Computer Numerical Control (CNC) lathes and CNC milling machines for years, but our experienced machinists delivered such high degrees of accuracy …

Improving perfect performance

Each machining workflow presents its own unique complexities, and the solution to a performance problem may not be readily apparent. Stace-Allen engineers bring years of …

A unique solution to reduce downtime

Every material has its own constraints. When it comes to machining powder metal parts, the challenges include dust buildup from the cuts, which can quickly …

Protecting your intellectual property

Off-the-shelf workholding solutions don’t set your work apart. Stace-Allen understands the challenge of protecting your market advantage, so our custom chucks are just that—custom. We …