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CNC Machining Tour at Protolabs


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Take a quick tour through our 215,000 sq. ft. CNC machining facility in Minnesota to see how we manufacture parts in as fast as 24 hours. Choose from more than 30 different engineering-grade metal and plastic materials for durable prototypes, jigs and fixtures, and fully functional end-use components. We’re also ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D certified so you get rigorous quality control measures throughout the production process. Ready to start your next project? Upload a part today at protolabs.com.
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  1. Hello ,
    Myself suresh.I have 5 years of experience as a cnc milling machinist. I have done my masters in production engineering. So I am willing to work in the company. Please let me know how to apply for it ??

  2. What a joke this video is. They ship 75,000 parts per month. That's 2,500 parts per day …and you do not run this shop on one shift, so that equals 104 parts per hour. Did anyone see any materials/mtl cars for parts or finished parts on carts anywhere on the floor other than the one guy with a cart at 3:56? There was ONE part on the inspection bench. Where are all the people? This video looks more like a deal made with Haas. The machines are crammed in with absolutely minimal room to move these material carts around. A normal pallet would never be able to be used.
    NO …this is NOT what this shop looks like in real life …with merely the token two or three people leisurely walking around in each aisle.

  3. Has anyone managed to keep track of how many ''we's'' can be heard in this video, and also how many ''you's'' ? I estimate 50 to 1. Self centered. It's all about what WE do , not about what YOU get……so much for efficient communication to YOUR customers ! The images are ok, as they show technical capabilities; the wording instead need a looooooot of improvement …..

  4. Removing the labor cost component makes us more competitive with China but our energy costs are still a problem currently. Fantastic factory by the way and it's great to see America maintaining a strong presence in manufacturing. A lot of inventiveness comes from actually designing and making stuff. You can't learn that in a classroom regurgitating formulas to pass exams.

  5. The maintenance cost of all those Haas machines must be astronomical. I used to work for a place that had 20 haas machines. We had custom pallets built to hold them while allowing them to be level but easily moved because they broke so frequently that we had literal full spare machines in stock to just swap them out while they were being repaired. This was 10 years ago but from what I've heard not a whole lot has changed.

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