Hutchinson Manufacturing provides a wide range of Manufacturing Services with complete capabilities in house. From metal processing up to 12 inch in thickness to welding of a wide array of material and grades. Large envelope machining and painting round out our Capabilities Beyond Comparison for projects large and small.

HMI’s Turning Capabilities go ‘Live’

Two new vertical turning lathes have been added to HMI’s equipment list.  Each have ‘live’ tooling capabilities. The new additions reduce set-ups and produces circular parts/flange/funnels with increased accuracy and throughput.

The equipment additions include:

  • 2015 Toshiba TUE-150 LTL, 50 HP with with 25 HP 2500 RPM live tooling. This includes a table size of 57.09″ diameter and 78″ cutting diameter.
  • 2012 Doosan Puma 400 MB with turning center full wrap steady rest 1.5″ – 18″ capacity. This includes 12 Pos, 15 HP 3000 RPM live tool turret.

ISO 9001:2008 Recertified

HMI was audited by Perry Johnson Registrars January 2016 for renewal of the companies ISO 9001:2008 Certification status.  HMI’s quality management systems and practices passed with high ratings. The company has held this distinction since  2010.  View the Certificate: 2016-2018 ISO 9001:2008 Certificate

HMI featured in The FABRICATOR

Check out an article about HMI, authored by Dan Davis, in The FABRICATOR, September 2015 issue.  Sr Account Manager, Todd Drahos, provided insight to HMI’s story. Read about HMI.

HMI teams with local artist to create Eagle Sculpture

Eagle headTom Daggett graciously participated in a “Celebrity Artist” fundraising task to create a life-size mixed metal sculpture of an eagle in flight.  He teamed with local artist,
Al Feser, to develop the concept and leveraged HMI resources to CAD design, fabricate and finish.

The eagle sculpture drew much attention from the guests at the Mardi Gras themed event which was hosted by Hutchinson Center for the Arts.  Southwest Initiative Foundation got the winning bid and will be proudly displaying the sculptured artwork on their site.

Tom and Barb Daggett have a long history of being involvement with the community and supporting  their home town of Hutchinson.

tom shaking hands with bidder

Kerry Schmidt on CAD

Artist Al FeserHMI Team

Tom Dagget with art concepts

Laser technology applied to weld set-up

HMI added a LPT8 precision laser projector to assist welders with complex assemblies. This projector uses HMI’s very own 3D CAD models to project part outlines, with an accuracy down to 0.010”, to allow welders to position parts visually by hand.
3D Laser Projected GussetThis eliminates the need for tooling set-ups on smaller jobs, creates an additional level of quality control, and increases production capabilities. Learn more.

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