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Stainless Steel Trays for Washing Parts in Robotic Manufacturing

When manufacturing any kind of container for use in a process that relies on robots to grab and move parts, precision is of the utmost concern. If a part isn’t exactly where

Why a Custom Rolling Cart is Ideal for Sanitation in Pharmaceuticals

Sanitation is an enormous concern in the manufacturing of pharmaceutical products. Trace contaminants in a pharmaceutical could turn

Top 5 Things You Need to Know About Marlin Wire Baskets

Everyone here at Marlin Steel takes enormous pride in the speed and quality at which they can produce custom steel wire baskets for a number of different applications.

Empowering Manufacturing with Custom Sheet Metal Forms

There are more uses for custom wire and sheet metal forms than parts washing and materials handling. While most of the orders Marlin gets are for stainless steel baskets, every now and again the manufacturing team is handed a different kind of

How Marlin Steel Custom Sheet Metal Brackets Remain Perfect

The American manufacturing renaissance is here to stay, thanks in large part to the use of factory automation and highly-trained operators who can crank out high-quality parts quickly. This is allowing American manufacturing companies to win jobs away

Robots and Jobs: The Easily-Explained Story May Not Be the Right One

Here at the Marlin Steel factory, the production team uses manufacturing robots for a variety of different tasks. From bending steel wires, to making welds, to cutting or punching holes into sheet metal, factory robots handle a lot of the tasks that

Studying How Marlin Steel Delivers Quality Engineered Quick

A while back, there were a few articles that took a look at the business innovations being put into place at Marlin Steel. What were the innovations Marlin was making, and how did these news articles see them?

The Rise of Manufacturing Jobs in America, even with Robotics

For a long time, it was assumed that the introduction of manufacturing automation would lead to the loss of manufacturing jobs for Americans. Automation is a disruptive technology, after all, meaning that it can cause upheaval for the manufacturing