- IATF 16949:2016 certified
- ISO 9001:2015 certified
- Additive manufacturing for prototyping and fixturing available
- Automated inspection equipment unique to your part available with in house automation team
- PPAP compliant for all your capability study needs
- FMEA used throughout the manufacturing system- from inception to shipment
The basic principle that allows multi-spindle CNC machining to be a high speed production is based around splitting up the turning operations (screw, drill, bore, turn, shave, form, ream, thread) among several different spindles that operate simultaneously.
Contact E.J. Basler today to produce your multi spindle CNC machined parts.
How do Multi-Spindle Machines Work?
Typically used in larger production runs, E. J. Basler’s Acme multi-spindle machines utilize 6 or 8 cam-driven spindles to divide the work. Each non-cutoff station has cross-working as well as axial working capabilities to quickly manufacture multi spindle machine parts.
E.J. Basler offers multi spindle machining services for various industries. We have manufactured multi spindle machined parts for the following:
|Multi-Spindle Machining Materials||Common Multi-Spindle Machining Examples|
|Alloy Steel||4140, 8620|
|Brass||360, 353, Lead Free Brass|
|Carbon Steel||12L14, 12L15, 1117, 1018, 1045, 1141, 1144|
|Copper||C14500 (TeCu), C10200 (Oxy-Free)|
|Stainless Steel||303, 304, 316, 416, 430F|
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