Precision machining produces a huge quantity of large and small objects that we use every day. Every piece that makes up an object requires a level of machinist skills. A tool or machine that has worn down from constant use may require machine tool calibration, welding or grooving by a precision machinist. Whether you are referring to aluminum alloys for aircraft or surgical bone drilling devices or custom automotive tools, precision machining is necessary in every technology and industry where an object may have two or more parts.
Quality precision machining requires the ability to follow very specific blueprints made by computer-aided design or computer-aided manufacturing. Software can produce complex, three-dimensional diagrams necessary to manufacture an object. Most precision machining companies work with some form of computer-aided programs, but in the initial stages of a production design can sometimes work with hand drawn sketches.
Precision machining can be used on steel, bronze, graphite, glass and plastics. Depending on the size and materials to be used, various machining tools are used. Combinations of lathes, milling machines, drill presses, saws, grinders and high-speed robotics may be used. The aerospace industry may use high velocity machining. A tool in the woodwork tool-making industry may use photo-chemical etching and milling processes. Precision machining is computer numerically controlled. Exact dimensions are followed throughout the run of a product.
For over four decades, Premco has been unwavering in its commitment to providing the highest possible level of product quality and customer satisfaction and we work with a wide variety of materials. Our employees are the best-qualified in their field and we provide them with state-of-the-art technology and facilities. Our customer satisfaction is unparalleled throughout the entire design and manufacturing cycle.
If you need assistance at any stage of the manufacturing process, we can help you from prototype to delivery.