A Weekly Bit – Parabit

Parabit – A Weekly Bit – Episode 39

A Weekly Bit - episode 39

It’s assembly time on episode #39 of A Weekly Bit. The Parabit team assembles counter mount camera housings. Also, check out the cool process of fabricating Astoria Outdoor Stanchions for SICE! Email sales@parabit.com for more information.

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Parabit – A Weekly Bit – Episode 38

Parabit takes viewers onto the factory floor to see product creation in action. In A Weekly Bit – episode 38, three products get their moment in the spotlight. Product creation demonstrations include: BEN ACS – 1EULL Controller boxes Fabricated curved counter mount camera housings Fabricated seatback charging stations for LAS through Conti Corp

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Parabit’s A Weekly Bit – Episode 37

Welcome to another episode of Parabit’s A Weekly Bit. Episode 37 covers a lot of ground, including the following: Cut camera housing wedges Powder coated Idemia Morphowave housings for Franklin Sports Welded SOHO edge stanchions for Den Airport Cut base plates of Astoria outdoor stanchions for Sice Welded base plates of Astoria outdoor stanchions…

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 36

Follow along as the fabrication team completes a Venus Kiosk order for the Moffitt Cancer Center via STOPware, the Parabit team attends CWCB Expo in NYC, and exhibits at NRF Protect in Grapevine, TX.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 35

Follow along as Parabit fabricates Astoria Outdoor Stanchions for Sice with the CNC water jet, crates Lincoln Seatback Charging Stations for LAS airport, and powder coats Venus Pedestal Kiosk Bases for STOPware.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 34

Join the Parabit this week as they fabricate Astoria outdoor stanchions for SICE, and fabricate countless kiosks such as the Athena Wall Mount, the Venus Pedestal for Stopware, and the Athena Pedestal for Splan.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 33

Join Parabit this week as the team 3D prints APD back housing enclosures for Citizens bank as well as ATM camera brackets, Powder-coats counter mount enclosures and angle brackets for mullion camera enclosures, fabricates and tests Lincoln Seatback charging stations for LAS Airport, and attends SEC-AAAE annual conference in Richmond.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 31
April 28, 2023

Follow along during this weeks “A Weekly Bit” as the Parabit team fabricates seatback charging stations for LAS airport, fabricated IDEMIA vision pass posts, put the new HAAS vertical mill CNC machine to use, and more!

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 30
April 18, 2023

Join the Parabit team as they install a new CNC HAAS machine, fabricate Power Poles for MSP Airport, and exhibit at Airport CX Symposium in Louisville, KY. Email sales@parabit.com for our complete range of solutions.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 29
April 4, 2023

Follow along as Parabit’s team manufactures 5×7 MMR plates, Seatback Charging Stations for LAS Airport, and exhibits at ISC West in LAS Vegas!

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 28
March 27, 2023

Follow along this week as the Parabit team cuts 2″ collars for the Parabit MMR Readers, Fabricates Power Poles for MSP Airport, and fabricates Venus Kiosks for Stopware.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 27
March 23, 2023

Take a look behind the scenes at the Parabit Fabrication center as we fabricate Power Poles for MSP Airport, Venus Kiosks for LAS Airport, and prep for ISC West!

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 26
March 6, 2023

Follow along in this weeks “A Weekly Bit” as we see IDEMIA Morphowave Pedestals being welded, Wave to Open Switch faceplates being cut, Drive Up Camera Enclosures being fabricated, and the Global Engineering Day Video being filmed.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 25
February 23, 2023

Follow along as the Parabit team attends ATMIA in New Orleans, powder coats ACS controller boxes, assembled seatback charging stations for GRR Airport, and fabricated power poles for MSP Airport.

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A Weekly Bit – Episode 24
February 14, 2023

Join Parabit this week as we weld and assemble seatback charging stations, weld IDEMIA Morphowave pedestals, and manufacture ACS control boxes.

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