Colorado Screw Machining is a machining company capable of CNC milling, turning, grinding and lathing. The company was founded in 1962, in Loveland, Colorado, United States.
The company offers machining capabilities and utilizes CNC and manual machines to control equipment required to complete jobs. The company has the ability to manufacture parts by utilizing their seven and eight axis CNC machines. They turn bar stock from 1/16" through 2- 1/2" in diameter and machine brass, aluminum, steel, stainless steel, copper, plastic, and alloy stock.
Their quality control equipment includes one Numerex coordinate measuring machine, a GageMaster optical comparator, and eight Granite surface plates. The manual equipment the company works with machines such as screw machines, centerless grinders, OD/ID grinders, finish tumblers, manual turret lathes, room lathes, speed lathes, bench mills, twin mills, turret drills, surface grinders, tool and cutter grinders, chuckers, and engine lathes. The CNC equipment includes star CNc Swiss-type screw machines, 7 and 8-axis CNC lathes, omniturn CNC lathes, Accuturn CNC lathes, vertical and horizontal machining, and vertical mills.
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Colorado Screw Machine
Loveland, Colorado, United States
- Batch productionBatch production is a manufacturing process characterized by the parallel fabrication and assembly of multiple copies of the same product wherein all steps of the process must be completed before producing the next lot can be made.
- CNC Machining
- ManufacturingIndustrial activity producing goods for sale using labor and machines
- Milling (machining)Machining process
- LatheMachine tool which rotates the workpiece on its axis