Over the last century, Man has learned to utilize more and more natural resources, developing more and more ways to convert one form of energy to another. This process is called “The Industrial Revolution”. The Industrial Revolution is the transition to modern manufacturing methods. It began around 1769 and continued until sometime between 1820 and […]
This time we have enclosed a beautiful video showing the creation of a brass part using conventional machining equipment: a Sieg C4 lathe and a Sieg Super X3 milling machine. For those who are not machining professionals, the video nicely illustrates the difference between milling and turning (in turning the raw material rotates, whereas in […]
We are proud to inform you that we have recently purchased an advanced optical measuring instrument (ATOS compact scan) for Hi-Tech Mechanics and for Hi-Tech Engineering Planning and Developing. This device increases the accuracy of measurements and makes it possible to quickly measure every element of the part, particularly in parts that are very complex. The device is […]
Stainless steel is in fact an iron alloy with a minimum of 10.50% chrome. The chrome produces a thin oxide layer on the metal’s surface, which prevents corrosion. Increasing the amount of chrome increases protection against corrosion. Other ingredients are added as well, in order to enhance the alloy’s structure and properties. The main requirement […]
Titanium is a very unique metal – it is stronger than steel but much lighter.It was named “titanium” for a good reason – after the Titans, the giant deities from Greek mythology. In addition, it has excellent protection against rust – even better than stainless steel (later in this bulletin we will expand on this […]
We will now present you our quality control team. At Hi-Tech Mechanics we have three production halls, two quality control labs, and a quality control team comprised of 6 certified quality controllers. Quality control is performed on the Set-Up stage as well as after production is completed. Each of our quality control labs contains advanced […]
Standards were born as a result of the development in international industry and commerce, with a purpose of forming a language common to all firms.
This article reviews the criteria affecting the selection of a machining provider. Every vendor is different. Therefore, as a customer, your purchase personnel should be very familiar with the type of manufacturing required for your parts and contact the most suitable vendor accordingly.