Hirsh Precision Products Saves 2,000 Hours Per Year with Paperless Parts

Hirsh Precision Products (Hirsh) was founded in 1979 with just one employee, a single manual machine and a commitment to continuous improvement. For example, even from its early years, Hirsh sought machinery that would improve operational efficiency. When the company began producing hundreds of parts at scale three years into business, Hirsh invested in CNC machining to increase productivity. Hirsh saw CNC machining as a way to replicate efforts, produce high-quality parts and eliminate dependencies on any one machinist. This mindset would continue to open doors for the business for the next four decades.

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