Champlin, Minn. – Prima Power Laserdyne, a manufacturer of precision multi-axis laser machining systems, has announced that Ace Precision Machining Corp., Oconomowoc, Wis., has taken delivery of two Laserdyne 795XL seven-axis BeamDirector® systems.
A total of nine Laserdyne systems have been installed at Ace Precision in the last decade. It represents continued facility expansion for the company, notably in the laser processing of components for the aerospace and power generation industries.
"Ace Precision has capitalized on the growth opportunities within industries that have a rapidly expanding need for the latest laser system technology," said Terry L. VanderWert, president of Prima Power Laserdyne. "Delivery of the latest two Laserdyne systems to Ace Precision further validates not only the slow and steady recovery in the manufacturing sector but the robust expansion of turbine engine manufacturing worldwide."
Ace Precision is an ISO-9001, AS9100 and NADCAP certified contract manufacturer with over 200 employees. The company’s dedication to LASERDYNE laser systems include four C02 systems with up to 8 axes of motion, five multi-axis BeamDirector drilling systems with Nd:YAG lasers, and a shuttle-equipped 2D cutting system. These systems give Ace Precision the capacity, flexibility and precision required to produce highly complex combustion chambers, liners, turbine plenums, compressor housings, tailpipe and heat shield assemblies along with other precision engine components.
Ace Precision is a one-stop source for precision manufacturing and remanufacturing needs. It has over 200 employees and operates in 80,000 square feet in two plant locations. Almost nothing is outsourced. Because Ace Precision capabilities encompass all areas of metal forming, fabrication and testing, the company maintains process control from start to finish. Its business plans ensure redundant capabilities in two facilities to manage risk and provide reliable service.