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Mid’lantic Precision Inc.
Mid’lantic Precision Inc. exists to manufacture high quality precision machine components, fabrications and assemblies for our customers benefit and the betterment of our employees. We strive to forge long term relationships of value by way of open communication and mutual respect. Our specialty is machining stainless steel and plastics as well as food, medical and high temperature grade materials used in the processing industry.
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Bottle Base Plate, 64oz (316SS) Food Industry
Diaphragm Holder (316SS) Food Processing Industry
Guide-Canvas Phenolic Processing Line
Bearing Bracket Assembly Nickel Plated Steel High Temperature Application
Robot Baxter pays for itself in four months!
Check out this video of this robot named Baxter running a Hass VF-3 mill machine.
Robot Baxter running a Hass VF-3 mill machine
Here’s more about Baxter from Rethink Robots
August 4, 2015 in baxter @ work by Jeff Green
At Rapid-Line, an 89 year old metal fabrication shop in Grand Rapids, MI, two Baxter collaborative robots are on the job. One is set up on a Haas VF-3 mill machine used to create fabricated steel parts for office furniture, while the other Baxter robot works on the company’s window assembly operation, inserting steel stamping into an aluminum extrusion for the window frame.
“One of the biggest differences between Baxter and other automated machines is that Baxter can work really closely with a lot of operators. So you don’t need any safety shields, because Baxter can bump into an operator, recognize that it’s bumping into something and immediately shut down,” explained mechanical engineer Allen Bosscher. As for ROI, Rapid Line’s investment in Baxter paid for itself in four months. “Since we’ve gotten Baxter up and running on our production line, we’ve seen great improvement in our automation metrics. The first Baxter has actually paid for itself already.” Click here for the rest of the story.
Here is another example of MLP utilizing our CNC lathe by using a 304 Stainless Steel flange. The original flange was reverse engineered by MLP for our customer. After the reverse engineering was completed, the part was produced by using our CNC lathe and our Haas CNC milling machine. MLP was not only able to reverse engineer, but also produce this precision product for our customer. This is another example of the high quality precision machine component services we provide for our customers. Proudly Made in USA by MLP!