This parking garage had some space that was unusable for parking spots so they wanted to designate an area for their residents to store their bikes securely. This presented a unique challenge for WireCrafters due to the metal beams that separated the space. The architect specified that the panels needed to match the angles of the beams instead of going on the inside to maximize the space available.
Milt is out in the shop discussing the installation of a push bar door with cage champion, Justin.
Learn about the benefits of choosing solid sheet metal partitions.
Good Morning & Welcome to another episode of Mondays With Milt. Today I’m out in the powder coat area & what’s really kinda neat going on today is most people think of WireCrafters for your standard tool cribs or your doing some maintenance cribs or things like that. But what we have behind me is going in to a parking garage in the Boston area. So, what you can see here is we have some sky blue panels & over here we some baby blue panels. You can really see the odd shapes that we have the custom ability to do here. These are going to be fit kinda like a puzzle in this parking garage & it’s going to separate different levels. It’s really kind of a neat different application for WireCrafters making these odd shaped panels to fit perfectly as they laid it out by the architect for this parking garage. We’ll see you next Monday on another episode of Mondays With Milt.
Welcome to another episode of Monday’s With Milt, today we are in the Loom department, this is where we make the mesh that makes all the wire partitions.
Today we are at Strong Hold Products in Louisville, Kentucky. We are in their facility where they make the absolute heaviest industrial cabinets that you’ll find Made in America.
This week we take a look inside our State of the Art Nordson Powder Coat Facility to show you some of the color options that we offer.
Part 2 in a 3 part series documenting the WireCrafters Lean Journey & how it has transformed our business. Last week we introduced 3 of the key elements of Lean manufacturing (Kanban, Kaizen & JIT), and this week we wanted to highlight 4 Lean principles and how we apply them in our facility. Nine years ago, Richard…
On this week’s episode, Milt Tandy gives us a demonstration of a custom lock solution on a records storage cage.
Part 1 in a 3 part series documenting the WireCrafters Lean Journey & how it has transformed our business. Lean manufacturing is the continuous improvement on increasing workplace functionality and decreasing waste, including physical waste or otherwise, such as time and resources. What is now known as Lean began with Henry Ford’s flow production when he streamlined…