How Assembly Services Can Be Tailored to Your Company's Needs

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How Assembly Services Can Be Tailored to Your Company's Needs - Monday, November 30, 2015

Assembly Services

Many of our clients initially come to us with metal fabrication and machining tasks without a complete plan to turn a product into a full service. We personally consider it one of our jobs to offer services on top of products, which is why we offer assembly services that we tailor to the specific needs of each client.

What Are Assembly Services?

For those unfamiliar with the concept of assembly services (as they relate to machining and fabrication), they are the joining of pieces. By welding, riveting, fastening, and/or binding two or more pieces with steel, sheet metal, or another joining material you can turn a single product into a useful piece of equipment.

How Assembly Services Can Benefit You

Ideally, you’d be able to purchase off-the-shelf commercial products that are perfectly suited to your task at hand. In reality, of course, industries require ultra specific parts to fit with their existing products, machinery, and equipment. That’s where custom fabrication and machining comes in—however even those services can leave you with a product that needs more in order to function. Alternatively, many companies look for off-the-shelf products that can be assembled into existing machines. That’s where assembly services come in. Assembly services can bridge the gap between fabricated parts and their final application, or allow you to use OEM parts that aren’t ready-to-go directly off the shelf.

For example, if you need to purchase a motor (or are having it machined) for an existing piece of equipment, but the new motor is smaller than the previous one, then the clamps won’t properly hold it. By using our assembly services we can bridge the size gap through welding or another joining technique and get that OEM part to function perfectly in your existing environment.

Assembly services can offer ready-to-go parts for a number of industries, including industrial, construction, engineering, aerospace, medical, and more. These cost-effective services offer our clients the opportunity to replace needed parts without adding in their own hours, the need to purchase expensive equipment, or a delay their production.

The Importance of Tailoring Services

Like the actual parts themselves, assembly services should be catered to your company’s needs. Tailored-to-you services can help lower your costs and reduce the headaches and stress involved in the process.

With a brief discussion of the services that would be an ideal fit for your company, we can cater our turnaround times, processing, point-person, and other aspects of assembly services to your specific needs. This means less equipment downtime and—most importantly—a smooth process that helps you get ahead of the curve in terms of aging equipment revamps and other machining-related tasks.


What Custom-Tailored Assembly Services can do for YOU

Each client that we work with has their own unique set of needs, which is why we tailor our services specifically to them. For more information on how we can help improve your workflow contact us for a detailed plan. After a short discussion we can make some powerful recommendations that will not only save you dollars—but also the ever-critical time.


About Us:

Here at Digital Machining Systems we pride ourselves on offering precision machining through advanced computerized machining equipment. Our breadth of services—from custom-designed parts to testing and assembly—empowers our clients to select the parts that fit their timeframe, budget, and other needs.

Our turnkey assembly services are just one of the many ways that we help our clients maintain their business-as-usual status quo.

The list of services we offer includes: 3D surface milling, 5-axis milling, assembly services, critical finish requirements, difficult-to-machine alloys, excellent outsourcing, horizontal milling, inventory management, laser, rotary & dot-peen engraving, multi-function machining, plastics, welding, fabrication, testing, and specialty services like hydraulic-press assembly and silver soldering.


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