Free Interactive E-Book: Advanced Manufacturing Solutions for Firearms Parts

Demand for Firearms Parts is Still Surging

The demand for firearms in the United States has seen several surges in recent decades. But, the spike in demand that began in early 2020 with the appearance of COVID-19 shows no signs of letting up. The persistence of the market could drive sales well into 2022. Are you prepared to meet the unprecedented demand for your components?

It may feel like you can’t produce firearms fast enough. This can add increased pressure to process engineers to develop new systems that speed up production. So, how do you increase volume without sacrificing quality?

Chart illustrating the surge in demand for firearm parts
firearm quality you can feel in your hands

You Can Feel Quality When You Hold it in Your Hands

The hand-finished quality of work is a source of pride for many firearms manufacturers. But, the old-fashioned methods of manual deburring are a burden to production time. You can receive the same quality you feel when you hold a finely finished gun in your hands from a machine in a fraction of the time. Which means you could rise to meet the growing demand for your firearms by cutting production time, not quality.

Engineering to meet production goals for firearms parts

Are You Prepared to Meet Your Production Goals?

You can rise to meet the growing demand for your components by automating the finishing process - cutting production time, and ensuring consistent quality in your work. It is the most efficient way to help your team meet the most demanding of productivity goals. Learn how to modernize your operations for firearms parts in the free interactive e-book: Advanced Manufacturing Solutions for Firearms Parts - Deburring & Finishing

Xebec Deburring Technologies Free E-Book Firearms Advanced Manufacturing Solutions for Deburring and Finishing
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Learn how to modernize deburring and finishing for your firearms parts

Safety Warning

Cutting fiber brushes and stones are cutting tools and are often rotated at high speeds with a power tool or in a machine tool. They should never be operated at higher than the maximum speeds listed. When using these tools, safety glasses and gloves should be worn. Breathing the dust created by using these products for prolonged periods of time should be avoided.

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