High precision cylindrical grinding is what we do - it’s all we do. Our grinding solutions include Multi-Axis CNC OD/ID, Swiss-type Centerless, CNC Centerless, and Ultra-Precision Centerless. Our Thrufeed grinding commonly utilizes materials such as plastic (HDPE, PEEK, Teflon, PVC), glass, Aluminum, and Titanium.
We are confident in our ability to produce grinding services with high-quality results on the most difficult applications—"We Guarantee It". The time and money that you have invested in precision parts prior to grinding is not lost on us. We will get it right, or we will make it right.
Sub-micron tolerances for concentricity and runout can be achieved through our ability to grind multiple part features (OD's, ID's and faces) in one chucking. Diameters can be controlled to the same tolerances with in-process gauging.
Combining attributes of Swiss Screw Machining and Centerless Grinding, Swiss-Type Centerless Grinding has become a viable solution for manufacturing problems presented by small, complex parts, guidewires and difficult to machine materials. This revolutionary technology is enabling production breakthroughs on many challenging medical manufacturing applications.
We provide solutions for "problem" parts. In fact, many long-standing customers initially found M&S Centerless Grinding - after a project had been declined by one of our competitors. These "problem" parts are generally small and intricate, and have some feature that poses a problem for traditional grinding processes.
Our clients appreciate that we're anything but traditional.
Holding tolerances on diameter size and cylindricity to the sub-micron level – with Ultra-Precision Centerless Grinding we work closely with engineers who require a much higher level of precision for many of their high-tech parts. We use only new CNC grinding equipment because today’s tolerances require today’s technology.
Infeed Grinding Video
*Parts much larger than .750 x 10” can be ground, but sub-micron tolerances become much more difficult to hold as the part size grows. For parts larger than .750" x 10” please see Precision Centerless Grinding.