L’Anse company machining ventilator parts

JOINING THE FIGHT—L’Anse Manufacturing, Inc. is working to help save lives in the Coronavirus pandemic by machining two components for ventilators. Master Machinist Brian Rantanen is machining a part on a Haas 5 Axis CNC Milling Center. LMI is running the ventilator parts around the clock. They come in as rough castings from a foundry in Dayton, OH.

by Barry Drue
Machining precision parts for medical equipment is nothing new to L’Anse Manufacturing, Inc. (LMI). The company machines precise parts from castings for a wide variety of applications from medical to automotive to aviation. These days the mission is more important than ever. L’Anse Manufacturing had been  machining about 250 parts for medical ventilators a year for a new customer who has worked with LMI for about a year and a half. To read more, subscribe to the L’Anse Sentinel online, or buy a print copy at our local retailers.

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