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Cleanliness: A Vital Component of Camcraft’s Manufacturing Process

Grit or foreign objects in a fuel system can clog injectors and cause loss of efficiency, resulting in less power and lower fuel mileage. Debris can also cause failure of fuel systems, leading to engine damage and breakdown. Hydraulic systems can also be damaged by debris generating excess wear on moving parts and degraded performance….

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Camcraft & Parkwood School: 20 Years of Building Community

Many companies will create a fund raising program for a “one off” disaster relief campaign or for a particular employee’s health emergency. It is less common to find an organization that sustains community outreach efforts for the long term. In 1996, Bern Bertsche, currently Chairman of Camcraft, then serving as President, reached out to the…

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Laughter, Learning, Lego: Camcraft and Parkwood Elementary School

We love working with kids. It’s an unforgettable moment when you see their eyes widen as they realize how fun it is to build something. We also love LEGO. So we combined the two for our community partnership program with Parkwood Elementary School. The program began 20 years ago, and it was established to engage…

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Process Development Guide: The Plan Behind the Part

At Camcraft, our customers are often on the leading edge of technology in their respective industries. As they move forward with new designs, they inevitably come to the point where the product must move from the creative phase to the reality of the production line. It’s in this phase of product development that Camcraft can…

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Growing our People to Grow the Company

Camcraft is well known in the industry for investing in technology. However, we are even more committed to investing in our people. As shown in this video, training is an integral part of Camcraft’s commitment to providing quality products to our customers. The goal for the training program is simple – to have the best-trained…

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