"We chose ESPRIT software because it is easy to
- Kent Collins, Senior NC Programmer for Halliburton
With the tremendous benefits ESPRIT delivers, it's no wonder so many ESPRIT customers are excited to share their success stories with us and the manufacturing community. Below are some examples of these success stories and tangible proof that ESPRIT is indeed, The Right Choice!
|Quantum Components Finds Success in Fearless Flexibility and the Right CAM|
|“There are jobs that we are able to bid on now because we were able to make the complete part. We could only make those parts with CAM software … The CAM system that we chose fit every machine that we have, and that is ESPRIT®.”
— Gary Carter, CNC programmer, Quantum Components
|Energy Parts Manufacturer MSI Products Increases Programming Speed With ESPRIT|
|“We have experienced substantial reductions in programming time as well as significant improvements in machining productivity since switching to ESPRIT. When we switched to our first CNC program, we reduced the time to about 20 hours. Through its superior import capabilities, knowledge-based machining features and high quality postprocessors, ESPRIT has further reduced our programming time on this part to eight hours.”
--- Marc Pollok, Process Improvement Manager for MSI Products
|ESPRIT helps Energy Company Halliburton create 200 new CAM programs monthly|
|"The real strenght of ESPRIT lies in the tools that it provides to optimize the operation of a multifunction machine ..."
--- Walter Lentz, supervisor of CNC programming for Halliburton
|Machine Shop Reduces Programming Time by Switching to New Software|
|Hill Manufacturing in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, machines parts for winches, submersible oil pumps, safety valves and flight simulators. In the past, the company used 2-1/2D programming software that had no difficulty handling the relatively simple geometries of the parts then produced by the company. In recent years, Hill’s customers have increased the complexity of their designs, while at the time Hill has invested in more productive machinery, such as mill-turn machines and four-axis machining centers.|