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Over 13 Years of Part Making
We have built up a good reputation for quality, service and reliability. With highly trained our sales people, experienced technical sales engineers and customer focus management systems, we have achieved the stable sales record at the forefront of our industry in providing high quality products and services to our customers.
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Frequently Asked Questions about
Can you help me engineer my part?
Yes, we can. We can offer some guidance with Design for Manufacturability (DFM). With DFM, we can suggest ways to optimize your design to lower cost while retaining functionality.
Do you offer First Artical Inspection (FAI) reporting and Production part Approval Process (PPAPS)?
Yes, we offer FAI and PPAP reports for parts we make. Please let us know your specific QA reporting needs with your RFQ, and we will incorporate it into your quote. Additional charges may apply.
What does "CNC" mean, exactly?
CNC stands for “computer numerical controlled” and refers to an automated manufacturing process in which pre-programmed software controls the movement of the machinery. CNC provides the consistent accuracy that makes it possible to produce precision parts.
What's the difference between a lathe, a screw machine, a truning center, and a CNC lathe?
In its simplest form, a lathe is a machine that can make turned parts from bar stock, but has no milling capability. Screw machines, turning centers, and CNC lathes are lathes that have the ability to turn and mill parts. Turning centers and Swiss lathes can typically make more complicated parts than screw machines, and are better-suited for parts with tight engineering tolerances. Swiss lathes tend to be better for small, thin, and long parts than screw machines and turning centers.
Are you ISO certified?
Yes! We are ISO9001:2015 certified.