DM2 Swiss Screw Machine Capabilities…Our Swiss Screw Machines Can Produce Just About Any Small Part You Design.
HOW SMALL IS SMALL?
Here’s an example of DM2 Swiss Screw Machine capabilities. Think of a ballpoint pen. If you take it apart, we can produce each of the components from any material you choose. We hold tolerances on features of each part to within +/- one ten thousandth of an inch (.0001″).
In manufacturing, we call this “surgical” precision.
The body of the pen is the size of an average part we run through our facility, whereas, the roller ball is typical of a small part we produce.
Each part has multiple features and complex attributes, thus they require very high-precision machining.
Sophisticated equipment and software ensures that all attributes meet the customer’s requirements. This is all determined prior to delivery.
DM2 manufactures very close tolerance details on small as well as micro-machined parts.
- The largest part that we produce: 1.625 inches in diameter, whereas,
- The smallest part we produce has not been determined
- Services range from producing one-off prototypes to high volume production of parts.
- Exceptional precision and quality on high-volume orders and short runs.
- Machining of difficult materials. Examples include: Inconel, Hastalloy, Monel, Kovar, Greek Ascoloy, Platinum, Copper, Tungsten and Titanium, as well as common materials such as Brass, Aluminum, Plastics, and all types of Stainless Steel.
- Machining performed by experienced professionals, thus, ensuring the exact specifications of every part have been met.
- Multiple Swiss Screw Machines operate 24-hours a day.
- Precision tolerances up to .0002″ on total part variations (on specific features). Custom grinding also achieves even tighter tolerances.
- Rotary as well as fixed tool broaching.
- Certified to AS9100C/ISO 9001:2008 standards
- Compliant with LEAN manufacturing principles, thus minimizing waste.
- We accept electronic files in all formats. Our programmers use state-of-the-art CAD/CAM systems to import customer CAD data and generate CNC machine tool programs for the manufacturing process. In addition, customer programs are kept on file to expedite future orders.