The month of October is National Manufacturing Month. Manufacturing Month is dedicated to highlighting manufacturing, the opportunities the industry holds, and the economic impact it has.
We have two new open positions with Northwest Tool. Quality Control Inspector: Quality Control Inspector is responsible for checking, verifying, and inspecting products throughout the manufacturing process and prior to shipping to ensure the highest level of satisfaction for our customers.
Press ReleaseFor Immediate Release Allison Brill, Northwest Tool & Manufacturing Phone: 715-675-7424 ext.
On October 5th, 2018, Northwest Tool & Manufacturing will be hosting it’s 2nd Annual Manufacturing Day Open House. Manufacturing Day began in 2012 to address common misperceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show their community what manufacturing is — and what it isn’t.
This Monday brings another new machine into our facility. Our new 2018 Yama Seiki GLS-200 Lathe was delivered this morning, August 20th, 2018. This machine is replacing our 1993 Mazak Quick Turn 18, which turned 25 this year when it finally wore out. This new Yama Seiki will be used primarily…
On August 7th, our newest piece of machinery, a Milltronics VK4II 3-axis CNC Knee Mill arrived. It isn’t set up and running yet, but here is a sneak peek. This machine will be replacing our Bridgeport EZ Trak Programmable Mill.
On Friday, July 27th, Northwest Tool held our 2nd Annual Northwest Tool Golf Outing. The outing was held at Trapp River Golf Course in Wausau. This outing gives us a chance to thank our customers and vendors for their support over the past year, and spend some time catching up.
We have filled our Receptionist/Administrative Assistant position. Thank You to all who applied to be part of our team!
Calling all Machinists!
We just posted a new video of shrink fitting parts on our YouTube channel. This was a very interesting process to witness, so we wanted to share with our followers. This video features Dave and Alex doing the shrink fitting. Shrink fitting is done using thermal expansion.