The history of metallurgy dates back to prehistory when early humans discovered and began using metals such as copper, gold, and iron. Copper was one of the first metals that humans learned to work with, and its use dates back to around 8000 BCE. Since then, humans have continued working with metals, and the development of metallurgy has been fundamental to the technological and cultural progress of humanity.
Today, especially in the last twenty years, technology has advanced rapidly, and we have excellent devices for automated CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining manufacturing tasks.
This implies a spectacular change in our industrial model, reorganizing and replacing labor with automated machines, driven by progress and constant technological innovation. Companies now have cutting-edge technology for our sector that allows us to offer high-quality service in the shortest time possible, without the need to hire external services or extensive human involvement.
This perspective precedes the implementation of more conscious and social corporate policies, which directly impact reducing environmental impact and the consumption of natural and energy resources. Industrial automation contributes to increasing sustainability in industrial processes.
In the context of modern manufacturing, the production and consumption of sustainable energy and low-carbon resources are becoming increasingly important. Manufacturers are facing the challenge of optimizing our processes to reduce our environmental footprint and meet increasing regulations and demands in terms of sustainability.
But to establish this industrial change in the sector, we must consider replacing an older fleet of machinery with much more modern ones that allow us to offer a highly personalized and flawless service in the development of parts. The initial investment required to acquire and set up innovative CNC equipment can be a challenge for many companies in the sector. The high associated costs can hinder the widespread adoption of CNC technology. But investing in acquiring the best technology and adapting to the demand of our customers and the sector in general is essential.
One of the most significant technological advances we implemented at i-mas Group is the acquisition of an automated cell equipped with a high-precision robot, designed for loading and unloading two 5-axis machining centers. With this advanced technology, we can reduce production costs and accelerate our delivery times thanks to the 24/7 operation of this robotic cell. This has allowed us to offer a much more efficient and precise service.
Certainly, precision and quality of our work are fundamental in our sector, but there are equally important factors that companies must consider.
Similarly, effective handling of CNC machines requires that operators are adequately trained and possess the necessary knowledge to carry out the required tasks. Training competent machinists can pose a challenge in terms of time and resources. This is why it is essential to ensure that our workers receive the best training.
If you are interested in hiring CNC machining manufacturing services in Barcelona, come to our facilities. We provide you with the best advice to select the appropriate material and the best treatment method according to the use of the part. We take care of manufacturing and delivering the final product with exceptional finishing.