The machining processes include turning, milling, broaching, grinding and gear-cutting – all of which we master perfectly.
Milling is a machining process. Nowadays, it is mainly used for the production of low-cost workpieces that require a high degree of precision and complexity. 5-axis machining is our standard for complex 3D shapes. We use modern single and multi-spindle machining centres.
With turning, the workpiece rotates around its own axis while the corresponding tool follows the contour. In this manufacturing process, we use CNC bar lathes, pick-up machines and high-performance multi-spindle machines to machine a wide variety of precision parts, such as gears.
A machining production process with great savings potential. Several parts can be machined simultaneously in one clamping process and one broaching stroke, optimising the machining process – for high precision and repeatability.
Very complex and complete geometries can be produced with just one stroke. However, the process is only economically viable for large series.
It’s the µ that matters. Grinding allows geometric dimensions to be produced with an accuracy of a few µm. By grinding, the surface roughness of a workpiece can be brought into a range of approx. Rz less than 1. Even the hardest materials can be machined safely and economically with high dimensional and shape accuracy.
Whether you’re dealing with final fine shapes, precise surfaces or exact fits for bearing seats or the like – precision in grinding is absolutely essential.
The production of gears on CNC gear-cutting machines is an important component in our manufacturing process. Hob peeling, milling, grinding or broaching – we successfully apply all variants. For all products that require precise-fitting connections and allow maximum power transmission.