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Grinding

At Asteroid Precision, we take pride in providing the best precision grinding services. We are equipped with the most forward-thinking and innovative technology on the market, ensuring that we are constantly seeking better, faster and more economical ways to push your product forward. We have CNC grinding machines for almost any job, including:

  • Machines are equipped with plunge and angle wheel capabilities that can grind parts up to 5” in diameter and up to 30” in length.
  • Machines use high accuracy automatic length compensation probing with automatic gauging capable of maintaining diametrical and face width tolerances. (To less than .0004”)
  • CNC machines with full automatic dressing
  • Machines where as many as 10 features can be ground automatically to reduce set–up

 

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What Sets Our Precision Grinding Department Apart?

While technology and state-of-the-art precision grinding machines are a key component of our business, the true cornerstone lies in our elite precision machinists.

 We are fully invested in providing ongoing training for our employees, and their combined decades of skills, experience, and continuous improvement have given them an intimate familiarity with the use of components from a wide range of industries, including aerospace, defense, and the industrial sectors.

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Expertise In A Wide Range Of Precision Grinding Disciplines

At Asteroid Precision, we offer industry-leading precision grinds in four major areas:

 

 

 

In order to give you the most precisely ground product, we utilize the following industry-leading machines:

  • Studer S122
  • Studer S110
  • Okamoto
  • MPC-450 Compact Cantilever Centerless Grinder
  • MPC-250 Flexible Compact Centerless Grinder
  • MPC-600
  • Studer favorite
  • Toyoda GL4
  • Toyoda Select G

 

Honing

Honing is an abrasive machining process that produces a precision surface on a metal workpiece by scrubbing an abrasive stone against it along a controlled path. Honing is primarily used to improve the geometric form of a surface, but may also improve the surface texture. 

There are many types of hones, but all consist of one or more abrasive stones that are held under pressure against the surface they are working on. We utilize honing for the finishing of cylinders for internal combustion engines, air bearing spindles, and gears. 

*All component runs in our shop are subject to our inspection process.

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