MACHINING SERVICES OPTICS:
Customer-supplied design, constructed from a combination of aluminum and plastic materials. All parts machined from solids before being cast for production. All aluminum parts machined to .001 total tolerance after plating. Plastic components machined with ultra-fine thread design and close tolerance drops to maintain lens focus. This short run (20 units) was developed in under eight weeks with a total of 13 different components.
RAPID PROTOTYPE OPTICAL ASSEMBLY:
One-off optical assembly machined from solid aluminum. Numerous .001 total tolerances after plating with a .0012 perpendicularity from base surface to lens mount on a 12 x 12 x 11.5” total assembly size.
PROTOTYPE TEFLON MIXER:
Teflon static mixer element 4-axis machined from solid stock. Although tight tolerances were not an issue, optimum finish with lack of rigidity were. Part size approx. 16 x 2.5” diameter with .100 thick web between elements.
PROTOTYPE PROPELLER MOCK UP:
Scaled aluminum propeller mock-up machined from solid stock with a final fin thickness of .042.
PLASTIC MACHINING BATTERY HOUSING:
Glass-filled plastic housings machined from solid stock. Surfacing done inside and out with a max wall thickness of .04 on top left battery housing. 16 finish required on all surfaces.
MACHINING OPTIC LENS COMPONENTS:
Optic lens components cut from solid stock with arm perpendicularity of .001 to base. Tolerances of .001 total apply after plating. Black hard coat and black anodize shown here with a final machined surface after plating for electrical purposes.
MARINE PARTS MACHINING LARGE TURN:
Large turn marine.