While flat grinding has a historical place in industrial circles, cylindrical grinding is a mainstay when it comes to precision grinding. Other grinding methods that your company may be familiar with include ID grinding, OD grinding, internal grinding, and CNC grinding. We employ every grinding method because we know that each customer’s machining needs are unique. Our specialty is taking on the challenging jobs and turning them into success.
|O.D. on centers - 22" max. O.D. x 105" long|
|I.D. - 16.00" max.|
CNC ID and OD Capabilities ( 6 machines )
|Distance between centers||53.0 inches|
|Max O.D. grinding diameter||14.75 inches|
|Max I.D. grinding diameter||11.00 inches|
We are set up to take on heavy workloads. With 43,000 square feet of space and a dock with an overhead crane that has a 5000 lb. lifting capacity, there is no job that is too big or small for us to handle. Additional grinding methods we use include CNC cylindrical grinding, thread grinding, flat grinding, jig grinding, and lapping. The more we can offer, the better off our customers will be. We invite you to tap into our 55 plus years of experience.
At Minnesota Grinding, we always put our customers first, and our philosophy is that no job is too big or small. With our years of experience, we have a reputation of getting the job done. In fact, we continue to prove our reputation with every new customer, and our goal is to exceed their every expectation. We also offer emergency services if you are in need of a quick turnaround.
We can accomplish your project within 1-2 days. Call us for details at (763) 535-4445, or request a quote.