U.S.-based CNC manufacturer C.R. Onsrud vertically integrated its CNC plant to streamline manufacturing and expand its product line.

By Staci Davidson, Knighthouse Media

It’s no secret that manufacturing technologies and processes are evolving faster than ever before. Fueled by the relentless pursuit for a competitive advantage, cabinetry shops, aerospace companies, RV manufacturers, boat builders and more are all looking for an edge over their competition. For some, this edge has come in the form of implementing CNC machinery to help automate their manufacturing process.

Manufacturing Today recently spoke with North American CNC manufacturer C.R. Onsrud to get the inside scoop as to how it has grown to become the leading American manufacturer of CNC routers and CNC machining centers for thousands of companies across the globe, and done so while maintaining its reputation for quality and service.


DIS-TRAN Steel builds strong client relationships with its dedicated staff and continuous improvement.

By Staci Davidson, Knighthouse Media

DIS-TRAN Steel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Crest Industries, LLC, has been family owned and operated since it was founded in 1965 and believes it will remain this way as long as it is in business. This speaks in part to the company’s internal, family-like culture, as well as to DIS-TRAN’s sense of service and dedication to its customers. By keeping clients’ best interests in mind and meeting agreements that it promised, DIS-TRAN Steel continues to be a provider of choice for electric utilities, users of electrical power and general industry.


Colours Inc.’s new headquarters and warehouse has boosted its efficiency.

By Alan Dorich, Knighthouse Media

When people look at a car or truck, one of the first things they immediately notice is the color. The majestic hue of a vehicle’s paint job can be a major factor in how it makes an impression, and Colours Inc. plays an important part in that process.


Cutera brings innovative platforms and technology to the medical aesthetics market, driving patient satisfaction.

By Staci Davidson, Knighthouse Media

Cutera describes its business philosophy as “powerfully simple:” it aims to define the forefront of medical aesthetics with devices “exquisitely engineered” to deliver the highest level of performance, safety and efficacy. By designing and developing devices that address a range of face and body medical aesthetic applications, Cutera strives to deliver results that drive patient satisfaction and practice growth.


Wells Vehicle Electronics focuses its service around its clients’ needs.

By Alan Dorich, Knighthouse Media

For more than a century, Wells Vehicle Electronics has provided its clients with quality automotive components. But the real key to its longevity, President and COO Yoshi Ieda asserts, is the human factor behind those products. “The people here at Wells are very resilient, professional and dedicated,” he declares.

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