We are specialists in turning complex components requiring high precision. In order to offer diameter capacities of up to 42 mm and 80 mm in series of varying quantities, we work with rotary table machines, CNC lathes and multi-spindle lathes. We also offer checks using sorting equipment that examines and ensures that no component has any defect.
What do you want to turn?
If you have sufficient documentation about the component you want to turn and the type of turning required, you are welcome to contact the relevant production manager. If you aren’t sure, have a look through the information below and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Diameter of 4–80 mm and length of up to 3 metres
Round, square, hexagonal is standard, anything else can be adapted with sleeves
From 50 and upwards
If you have a drawing of your component, we would be happy to look at it
Metals such as stainless, brass, steel, bronze, copper and aluminium
We measure, wash and analyse
We can keep stock for up to 1 year
Oval or square
Are there requests for a special transporter?
We are able to receive EDI files
Our metal lathes
Rotary table machines
Our hydromats (also known as rotary table machines) are mainly used for large series with a production volume from approximately 50,000 and upwards in dimensions from Ø4 mm to Ø32 mm. We have 22 hydromats in full production.
The machinery with CNC lathes are optimal for smaller series – from approximately 50 components and upwards in sizes from Ø4 mm to Ø80 mm. We have 17 CNC lathes that all provide optimal cost efficiency and quality regardless of whether it is steel, stainless, brass, or other metal that is being processed.
We have four multi-spindle machines dedicated to the unique piston drum we turn for a customer in the automotive industry.
With our custom-built Index MS40, we have built up a set of machines to optimise manufacturing, where we can reach three times the capacity compared with the usual CNC lathes.
Zero-tolerance sorting machines
Another then photographs each product and makes sure that it has the correct dimensions and is free from swarf. Here too, any products that do not comply with the threshold values are removed.
We have several machines whose only task is to analyse particles and remove anything that is not up to scratch based on the customer’s requirements specification. Laser and vision-based sorting machines are important for the business. One of them photographs the products, counts the pixels and removes any defective units.
The machines can be adapted continuously in line with changes in tolerance requirements.
Margins of error on precision components are minimal with tolerances down to thousandths of a millimetre. This requires complex equipment for reliable purity analyses. In addition to vernier callipers, micrometres and dial gauges, we also use microscopes and gauges for roundness, surface roughness, contours and profiles.
Our array of equipment also includes co-ordinate measuring machines, which measure contours and detect non-compliance with set tolerances. Mitutoyo Cosmos and Measure Link – data systems with SPS – are used to control and support the processes used.