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Select Stiles Machinery salesmen had the opportunity to tour Taiwan while visiting their KENTWOOD manufacturing facilities.
Stiles Machinery is proud to be a supporter of the Woods Manufacturing Program at Peyton High School in Peyton, CO. Founded and directed by Dean Mattson, the program provides advanced education and hands-on woodworking experiences for students.
Stiles celebrated the company’s 50th anniversary with employees, families and close industry partners this past September along the Grand River in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
As a way to thank their employees and partners for the continued dedication and commitment, the company hosted a memorable evening to honor those responsible for writing the “Stiles story”.
There are an abundance of CNC machine options available to the woodworking industry today, and they each have their own place in the market. Just as there are different categories of cars, there are different CNC routers. The key is knowing what category CNC you fall into now and what future requirements you anticipate.
While you’re probably aware that your machinery investment is essential to the success of your manufacturing operation, did you also know that the tooling you choose to use on that machinery can be just as important?
The term “Industry 4.0” provides a symbolic keyword to represent the fourth industrial revolution that is currently taking place.
There is nothing like the confidence and efficiency in the workplace when everything is working as it was intended. Product is pumping out, orders are getting filled and all is well in the shop. Unfortunately, a perfect manufacturing scenario isn’t realistic every day, in fact, sometimes trouble starts right at the beginning when the machine gets turned on and won’t start.
With the rise in new opportunities for digital integration and utilization, it's important to understand what the SMAC Stack is and how it can be used.
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