Precision Turned Parts

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Able to be formed from even the most rigid of materials, materials used for precision turned parts include titanium, acrylic, brass, polycarbonate, nylon, copper, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), stainless steel and aluminum. Offering excellent surface finishes, precision turned parts include shock absorber bolts, axle nuts, drive shafts, interface fittings, pneumatic tool accessories, shafts, machinery parts, flanges, nozzles and housings. Read More…

Precision Turned Parts Precision turned parts are parts that have been machined with extremely tight tolerances. The majority of precision turned parts are formed through a simple yet important process known as CNC turning. CNC stands for computer numerical controlled, meaning that a software program is controlling the machine as opposed to the control of a human.

Leading Manufacturers

Reed City, MI  |  231-832-2356

H & R Screw Machine Products-ISO 9001-certified manufacturer of high-volume screw machine products for many industries. We also produce CNC turned parts and provide machining of customer supplied castings, forgings and stampings. Our multiple-spindle screw machines have capacities up to 2 1/4" diameter. With 100’s of years of combined employee industry experience, choose H & R at www.hrscrew.com!

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H & R Screw Machine Products, Inc. $$$

Brentwood, NY  |  800-238-3929

It is Thuro’s mission to be the leading choice for screw machine parts, and to offer our products at the highest quality and the lowest cost. Our team members dedicate themselves to ensuring that our customers receive the perfect part on time, every time. We call this Thuro TruPerfection&trade. Visit our website today to learn more about what we may be able to do for you!

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Thuro Metal Products, Inc. $$$

Calabasas, CA  |  866-317-0208

Pacific West America, Inc. offers a wide variety of products and services including precision turning. We use Swiss CNC Turning for our more intricate parts. We use a variety of materials such as, aluminum, steel, brass, among others. Here at PacificWest we believe in high quality products! We believe producing what our customers need and want for their project, so please stop at our site today and send us your plans.

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Pacific West America, Inc. $$$

Oxford, MA  |  508-987-6211

Swissturn/USA specializes in Swiss screw machined products for various industries, including medical, aerospace, commercial, military and computer. Our team has over 150 years of combined experience in the Swiss screw machining field. We continually develop staff to meet 21st-century challenges, and are ready to use our experience to satisfy your needs.

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Swissturn/USA $$$

Mason, OH  |  513-398-1414

We carry many products, but all are crafted using the highest quality and precision turning techniques. We believe in offering just what the customer needs- whether it is fast delivery, detailed designs, customized parts, or simply old-fashioned customer service! We know what it takes to keep our customers happy, which is why we have many of our original customers. Find out more by contacting us today!

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Ashley Ward $$$

Chardon, OH  |  440-285-2147

Chardon Metal Products leads the industry in CNC precision machining, tube bending, fabrication, screw machine products, and assembly services. We're proud to offer a diversified portfolio of manufacturing processes to meet customer's needs. Our diversity and problem solving expertise have allowed us to grow and strengthen our position in the marketplace over the past seven decades. Contact us today and tell us what we can do for you.

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Chardon Metal Products Co. $$$
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With such wide-ranging applications, turned parts are able to serve industries such as electronics, automotive, appliance, HVAC, marine, medical, telecommunications, petroleum and optical. Precision medical parts are intricate components that are formed with tight tolerances. They are composed from sanitary-grade materials such as titanium and stainless steel to ensure adherence to medical standards.

With new turning processes that allow for design capabilities and structural benefits, which cannot be cost-effectively reproduced with any other manufacturing method, turned parts offer exceptional precision depth and dimension.

Precision turned parts are created through CNC turning which can be accomplished using CNC screw machines or CNC lathes. CNC screw machines are multi-spindled, enabling the machining of several parts simultaneously, while achieving high production rates. CNC machine turning begins when a round, square or hexagonal blank is attached to the spindles' spring collets.

Next, this blank begins to spin as multiple automated cutting, drilling, notching and knurling tools attached to the machine work the blank into precision turned parts by shaving away excess material, smoothing and drilling. The main drive shaft of a Swiss screw machine provides power to the machine bed's lead work shaft and controls the two front cam shafts.

The machine motor, located at the base of the machine, is the central power source for all operations and will vary in horsepower, depending on the size of the machine, speed and stock to be machined. A CNC lathe is a computer-controlled machine tool with the ability to shape precision turned parts by holding and rotating a blank, also called a workpiece, on a single spindle while a drill bit performs the cutting action.

A more recent development, CNC lathes are rapidly replacing older-style lathes since they are generally considered to be easier to set as well as operate since a less intimate knowledge of the lathe is required. Typically, precision turned part manufacturers have the operator and the setter as the same person.

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