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Consistency tells a lot about a company, who they are, what they are good at, and what they stand for. As a job shop in today’s highly competitive
manufacturing industry you need to stand for something customers can relate to, whether that’s good quality, great quality, low price, fast turnaround, or a myriad of other attributes. Customers need to know they will receive a consistent deliverable, based on their own profile of your company’s capabilities.
From humble beginnings in 2011, EMS founders Balazs Ormai and David Szabo envisioned a manufacturing
Engineered Machining Solutions partners, David Szabo (left) and Balazs Ormai.
company that could consistently produce complex high- quality, close tolerance machined parts for the aerospace industry. The pair shared a passion for solving problems through teamwork, a culture that continues to drive the Orange, California company, today. “We have developed a strong sense of teamwork here, there is no room for big egos, everybody pulls together and at the end of the day we turnout great parts,” said Szabo. In just nine years EMS has grown from a two-man shop with one machining center to a 20,000 sqft. shop with a team of 30 cross-trained machinists, manufacturing engineers and metrologists, running three shifts. “Throughout our growth we have never stopped challenging ourselves, we are constantly looking at process improvement and quality to see how we can be more efficient and continue to raise the bar on turnaround and customer satisfaction,” said Ormai.
Consistency is what validates commitment and competency in each of EMS’s overall customer satisfaction and success. It is easy to see why the company placed an emphasis on this attribute when planning for and evaluating automated inspection solutions. Their requirements included: a consistent measurement software platform; consistent hardware device interface and operation; consistent database; consistent processes; consistent training and support
CNC WEST October/November 2020
 Article & Photos Supplied by Robert Moorers

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