Our manufacturing process explained: mechanical machining
Precision is key when it comes to manufacturing pumps & filtration systems. To make sure that all the injection molded parts connect seamlessly, we mechanically machine them. In our manufacturing process, this step entails milling, or turning. The result: smaller tolerances, and a better end product. In our opinion, this is an extra step which sets our products apart from others. It’s all about the details, and we make sure every detail is correct.
Differences between milling and turning
The difference between the milling and turning method is the object that rotates. During the milling process, a particular component is fixed while a rotating milling cutter moves around it. With turning, the cutting tool stays at one place and the workpiece rotates on a lathe. Turning is mostly used with round objects that require symmetry along their central axis – which is the case with most of our components. In addition, the turning process takes less time than the milling process.
Least material waste possible
In the next blog, we elaborate on the third step to manufacture a Hendor end-product. Make sure to follow us on LinkedIn, where we will announce the publication.
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