By: Chris Felix - 6/19/2013
It still amazes me how small some of the parts can be in our industry. Although it looks like it might be just a chip, this medical component has an 8-thousandths hole through it with four mills along the sides.
Here's a look at what this shop's expanded multitasking capabilities have meant to its success and how it plans to continue building momentum.
This vertical grinding center for small chucked components with a maximum diameter of 100 mm was developed specifically to meet increasingly higher output levels and shorter cycle times.
Production of micro threads can be challenging, but using the most suitable tools for a given application can simplify the task.
This Indiana workholding manufacturer has been in business for 97 years. Its recent and ongoing investment in plant and capital equipment ensures its place as a leading supplier of standard and specialty workholding solutions for the turned parts industry.