EASTEC, Toyoda Booth 1444
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When President Alan Burgess first started at Arch Global Precision, there were already multiple Toyoda machines on the shop floor. Unfamiliar with the brand, Burgess quickly became a believer when he learned the age of the
machines—impressed by their ability to hold extremely tight tolerances after running year after year on a rigorous production schedule. Their oldest machines are now 22 years old and still running production. That kind of
performance was enough for Burgess to turn to Toyoda when a project opportunity required a massive increase in output to machine large quantities of missiles for Honeywell
Arch Global Precision is known for their machining expertise in aerospace and defense—requiring machines that are suited to working with primarily aluminum and some steel. They made a practice of purchasing Toyoda machines
specifically for high-demand projects because of their heavy-duty design—this project called for the addition of two new 6 pallet Toyoda FH500J Horizontal Machining Centers.
Industry-leading high-precision performance optimized for speed, rigidity and reliability. Featuring a 15,000 RPM spindle, tool-to-tool cycle time of 0.9 seconds and a rapid feedrate of 2,362 ipm (60m/min) the FH500J was the machine for
the job. With the new additions, Arch Global’s Florida fleet of Toyoda’s consists of 15 horizontal machining centers, including multiple pallet automation systems.
Arch was able to streamline their process with the new additions.
Setup, changeover and labor were drastically reduced.
The machines run for 16 hours before they require attention.
INCREASED SPEED TO MARKET
Even with quantities ramping up rapidly, Arch was able to meet
customer demand as a single source keeping everything in house.
Even outside of the Honeywell project, Burgess estimates that
Arch brings in $2 million a year off of just the two new FH500Js.
The Florida division of Arch Global’s Precision Components
represents a $21 million business unit, making that a 10% increase.
About Arch Global Precision
Founded in 2011 by Strength Capital Partners, Arch Global Precision is a precision machining and manufacturing company, a combination of engineering expertise and technologies that serve medical, aerospace and defense, and a growing range of high-tech industrial markets. offering a synergy of resources to reduce manufacturing costs, optimize the performance of components and products, and mitigate supply chain risks. Their facilities are strategically located across the U.S. to optimize outsourced precision-machining needs. https://archglobalprecision.com