March 2019

Radax Industries Featured in Manufacturing News Publication

Radax Industries Inc., specializing in the manufacture of fasteners and gun components, needed to produce parts with higher tolerances and more complexity. The company also wanted to diversify and make products the machinery they owned was not able to produce.

“Initially we sought new multi-spindle screw machines to add to our shop,” said Ben Sacco, Operation Manager, Radax Industries Inc. and Precision CNC Mfg. “We learned that multi-spindle screw machines were not going to be flexible enough nor capable of meeting the demands for complexity or productivity that our customers required. After research we realized that Swiss-type CNC machines are capable of machining the components we needed to make and are able to run unattended for a long period of time.”

With the assistance of Tsugami representative Mike Narcisso, Morris Great Lakes, Radax Industries purchased its first Tsugami, a BE20-V CNC Swiss lathe. The component machined on this Swiss lathe was a stainless steel fastener with a custom pitch thread. Utilizing the BE20-V, time on the Tsugami was half of what it had been on other machines in the shop. Read the full article…