When it comes to hiring employees, multifaceted job seekers are more preferable than those with one-dimensional skill sets. Every day, we hear more and more about the state of the economy and how to be more attractive to prospective employers. It seems that diversification is just as important on a résumé now as it is in an investment portfolio.
The same is true for your machine tools. You don’t offer them vacation time, but they work for you. You don’t give your inserts promotions, but you still evaluate their performance and measure their ROI. If you apply the same standards to purchasing tooling equipment that you do to hiring employees, you will likely bring on board the new Mill 1-7 high-performance shoulder mill for small component machining.
Versatile and small, the Mill 1-7 is designed for multiple applications — including ramping, slotting, and plunging — all in a single platform. For machining centers working on small, medium, or large stainless steel, titanium, or high-temperature alloy parts, the Mill 1-7 does it all from roughing to finishing operations using a single insert style.
If only all new hires came onto the job with the same versatility and gusto…