Rhinestahl AMG boosts efficiency and traceability to grow the business

By Kelly Gallagher

How NX CAD/CAM empowers this part manufacturer to be successful in high-requirement industries

Rhinestahl AMG is a leading high-end part manufacturer for primarily the aerospace and defense industry headquartered in Mason, Ohio and operating with multiple facilities worldwide. What began as a small tool shop is now a global supplier of some of the most complex components and tooling equipment.  

Rhinestahl continues to maintain their position as an industry leader in delivering the highest standards and quality parts. With state-of-the-art machinery and in-house manufacturing experts, Rhinestahl is dedicated to addressing the growth in complex part manufacturing by embracing the shift to digitalization. 

In a recent article published in Modern Machine Shop November 2022 edition, discover how Rhinestahl utilizes Siemens Xcelerator, our open digital business platform that helps accelerate digital transformations for countless companies, our partners and everyone in our growing ecosystem. Siemens Xcelerator allows companies of all sizes to access the digital technologies, including NX for Manufacturing, to transform the way they compete, collaborate and connect. Using NX CAM and partnering with Siemens Solution Partner, PROLIM, Rhinestahl can manufacture challenging components for high-requirements industries while improving its ability to meet strict traceability requirements. 

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Customers increasingly require you to control your in-process models accurately and have a formal process around that so your client can be confident when you’re making a critical part, whether it be a warhead or a submarine.”

Mike Alto, Director of Sales and Business Development, Rhinestahl

Read the MMS article to learn the full story about how Rhinestahl has been growing its business by leveraging digital manufacturing technologies, such as advanced toolpath technologies, cloud-based postprocessing and integrated G-code-driven simulation. 

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