Through "Swiss" style or through-spindle turning, In Tolerance can deliver superior quality and TIR control even with very long and small diameter parts. "Swiss" turning is a unique technology that spins the material at high speeds, while the tool typically is stationary. In "Swiss" machining, the tools are held very close to the collet which extrudes (or pushes) the materials through the collet and allows the work surface to be machined accurately and at long length, which is not possible with standard turning technology. This technology delivers twice the accuracy to that of conventional CNC turning.
In Tolerance operates:
- 5 RNC-16 CNC Swiss Machines
- Sizes up to .625 diameter (16mm)
- Holding a tolerance of .0002
- Flexibility to handle any length part, with almost any material
The following are examples of CNC Swiss pieces typical of parts produced at In Tolerance: