November 22, 20171-855-GO.5AXISinfo@5-axis.orgNo fluff. Just the facts. 5-sided machining can make 3-axis jobs more profitable

Inside John Force Racing Machine Shop [VIDEO]

5-Axis MachinistMore than 60% of the parts on the John Force Racing team’s cars are made at the Force American Made Machine Shop in Brownsburg, Indiana.

This short but informative video, showcases how JFR machinists take advantage of the Hurco control’s flexibility: Nic Barnes uses CAD/CAM exclusively while Tyler uses conversational programming.

As Tyler says in the video,

“I wasn’t a programmer by
any stretch of the imagination before I ran Hurcos, but now that I’m doing conversational I’m a setup operator that can program.”

Check out this video to tour the shop and watch how the machinists make parts (including 5-axis setups) for this legendary NHRA team.

Watch the video to see how 5-axis machining made the John Force Racing team’s shop more profitable.

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