What is jig grinding?
Jig grinding is the ideal choice when parts and components have to meet exacting standards and tolerances. The jig grinding process is complex and requires an experienced operator for manual equipment, as well as in setting up the new options in automatic precision jig grinding machines.
What are your jig grinding capacities?
Our jig grinding machines can handle parts that are up to a foot in height, and we can produce holes that are up to 3.5-inches deep with diameters of between .025 and 3.25 inches.
What is the typical tolerance level of jig grinding?
Our expert fabricators are able to produce not only the specific hole diameters required, they also have a true position of up to 0.0005 of an inch. This is true for both our manual and our automatic systems.
What are the advantages of precision grinding?
The use of automated precision jig grinding is much faster than older, manual equipment, which means higher degrees of accuracy at a lower cost per unit.
What materials can be ground using the jig grinding?
Jig grinding can be used on any type of metal or alloy. This includes stainless steel, aluminum, and carbon steel. For the aerospace industry as well as for some other applications, superalloys such as Inconel and Hastelloy can also be ground using this equipment and process.
How much does it cost to get jig grinding service?
There are several factors that impact the cost of jig grinding. For an accurate quote, complete the online form or call us at 763-535-4445.