automatic screw machine

automatic screw machine

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′skrü mə‚shēn]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine designed to automatically produce finished parts from bar stock at high production rates; the term is not an exact, specific machine-tool classification.
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According to Guberman, Mid-West Screw Products is the first automatic screw machine shop in Minnesota to achieve ARM 9009 registration which enables the company to supply quality approved precision parts used in firearms and body armor applications as well as armoring system.
Companies such as Cincinnati and Browne and Sharpe designed and manufactured quality, specialized machinery: the turret lathe, the automatic screw machine, mills and grinders, and sheet metal punches.
Company also offers In-Thread Self-Locking Studs & other automatic screw machine parts such as Bushings, Dowels, Fasteners, Hubs, and more.
Targeted for high-speed and automatic screw machine applications, Precision Rod is the first of a new line of extruded screw machine products.
The turret lathe and automatic screw machine in their various forms have been developed and improved with the objectives of producing machined parts more rapidly and accurately at lower cost.
With the Project 70 stainless, Hermetic Seal was able to machine its headers at the rate of 455 parts per hour on a five-spindle Davenport automatic screw machine, with a cycle time of 7.
Management at Production Screw Machine Co, Dayton, OH, helped pioneer SPC, segregated CNC lathes in a "softer" area suited to electronic controls, and developed manufacturing cells that now include some alternatives to the automatic screw machine (ASM).
A competing automatic screw machine made the part in about the same time, but granted only 60% efficiency, requiring the use of more than one machine.
KKSP Precision Machining, one of North America's manufacturers of machined metal components produced on automatic screw machines, announced that it has partnered with Mill Point Capital, a middle-market private equity firm focused on control-oriented investments in the industrials and business services sectors in North America, the company said.
By 1914 Alfred Herbert Ltd had 2,000 employees and specialised in making hexagon turret lathes, capstan lathes, automatic turning machines, automatic screw machines, milling machines and ball bearing drilling machines.
We began to move out of the optical field in the '60s when we bought automatic screw machines.
Installation of the dryer has allowed the company to better concentrate on its core workload, which is divided evenly between the machining centers and automatic screw machines.

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