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PDQ Engineering increases capacity after significant orders from the medical industry

PDQ Engineering have recently taken delivery of a new machine, after receiving large orders from the medical industry.

This machine is a Citizen Series 2 L20-X LFV CNC Sliding Headstock Turning Centre. The L20 has adopted a modular design, but also focuses on operability and working convenience. The high level of basic performance found in features like the position adjustable operation panel that makes it possible to monitor the interior of the cutting room while looking at the operating screen.

1. The Formation of Strategic Partnerships

In particular this machine carries an LFV* (low frequency vibration) function. This is Citizens’ latest, unique control technology which oscillates the X & Z servo axes in synchronisation with the spindle. It offers unprecedented levels of chip control and is highly effective for both small diameter drilling and when machining is difficult to cut materials.

This infographic explores how Formation of Strategic Partnerships Works basicaly.

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Thomas Edison may have been behind the invention of the electric light bulb, but he did not work alone. Edison worked alongside partners.

2. The demand for localization

Thomas Edison may have been behind the invention of the electric light bulb, but he did not work alone. Edison worked alongside partners, both financial and commercial, to get his inventions off the ground, and without these partnerships, the light bulb as we know it today may never have taken. off in the way that it did—and he’s not the only one. Some of the world’s most effective business models and companies have been forged through.

3. The move towards a more digital future

Thomas Edison may have been behind the invention of the electric light bulb, but he did not work alone. Edison worked alongside partners, both financial and commercial, to get his inventions off the ground, and without these partnerships, the light bulb as we know it today may never have taken. off in the way that it did—and he’s not the only one. Some of the world’s most effective business models and companies have been forged through.

Thomas Edison may have been behind the invention of the electric light bulb, but he did not work alone. Edison worked alongside partners, both financial and commercial, to get his inventions off the ground, and without these partnerships, the light bulb as we know it today may never have taken.