tight tolerance

tight tolerance

A tolerance in a specification that holds the permissible deviation from the specification to a minimum value.
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Additionally, we manufacture acetal mandrel for manufacturing support for tight tolerance tubing.
based Metal Cutting has been perfecting the art and science of burr-free, tight tolerance cutting of metal parts for almost 50 years.
RotoMetrics, a manufacturer of rotary diecutting products, has announced the development and launch of a through-hardened, machine-finished solid die--the RD300--designed for high quality, tight tolerance converting applications.
Other specialized molding services include implantable thermoplastic and silicone specialty components, biopharmaceutical components and fully-automated molding of tight tolerance silicone bellows.
Fluoropolymers have been added to the extruded tight tolerance PEEK tubing product line.
Eggen stated the company routinely produces tight tolerance coating rolls with diameters of six to 24 inches and larger for lines running as fast as 3000 fpm.
9 m[ohm] and a tight tolerance of plus or minus six percent for high efficiency.
To be sure, if you're making exceedingly small parts it is necessary to have tight tolerance, but Warndorf points out that in the case of the JSF they're talking about large parts, too.
Additionally, the company is unmatched in its offering of exceedingly tight tolerance straight and circular knives produced in several wear resistant material grades.
Our range of capabilities includes product design support, quick turn prototypes, and low-volume tight tolerance tooling concepts which are .
These tight tolerance screens are primarily produced from stainless steel, but other materials such as polyimide are available.