SERVICESMIG, TIG and Stick WeldingPrecision CNC &
Conventional Turning
Precision CNC &
Conventional Milling
Surface and Cylindrical
Computer-Aided and
Conventional Balancing
PORTFOLIOSCNC Machining of Stainless
Steel Jacketed Handwheel
Adjustable Valve
Machining of Stainess Steel
Jacketed Motor Driven Valve
CNC Machining of Stainless
Motor Housing
CNC Machining of Steel Weld
Collet Assemblies
Custom Fabrication for Lift
Conversion Project

CNC Machining of Steel Weld Collet Assemblies for the Automotive Industry

Steel Weld Collet Assemblies

An automotive industry customer needed specialized fixturing for one of their manufacturing lines. These precision CNC machined, steel weld collet assemblies where designed to hold parts for a fuel delivery system during manufacturing. Composed of carbon and tool steel, the assemblies measured 8.00” x 4.00” x 3.00”, and required CNC milling and turning and.

Components where machined on our state of the art CNC machining centers and lathes, which allowed us to hold to tolerances of ±.0002”, and apply a 16 RMS finish. The eight finished pieces where put through rigorous quality control and inspections before and after assembly.

For more information on this precision CNC machined steel assembly, see the table below or contact us directly.

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CNC Machining of Steel Weld Collet Assemblies Project Highlights

Product DescriptionThese fixtures are used in the automotive fuel delivery industry to hold parts during manufacturing.
Capabilities Applied/Processes
Primary Capabilities:
CNC Milling
CNC Turning
Secondary Operations:
Equipment Used to Manufacture PartCNC Lathe
CNC Machining Center
Overall Part Dimensions
Length: 8.00"
Width: 4.00"
Height: 3.00"
Tightest Tolerances±.0002"
Material Used

Carbon Steel, and Tool Steel

Max Material Finish16 RMS
In process testing/inspection performedAll parts fully inspected in process, and after assembly.
Delivery LocationUSA
Standards MetCustomer supplied specifications/prints
Product NameWeld Collet Assembly

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