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Precision machining

It is a manufacturing process that comprises a set of operations, forming parts by removing material either abrasion or chip removal. It is made from semi-processed products such as ingots, billets or other pieces, previously shaped by other processes such as molding or forging. The products obtained may be final or semi-processed, which require subsequent operations.

Precision machining is specialized and complex parts, the characteristic of these machined parts is the high precision required, both geometric dimensional tolerances and surface finishes. All parts are rectified and, if necessary, adjusted to the dimensions required by the customer.


Trends in machining

Markets are becoming more and more dynamic and we find ourselves with changing features, also in precision machining, where ever more is sought than the custom piece, complex and with a smaller size of parts.

  • Shorter life cycle products
  • Great variety within the same product
  • Customization of products
  • Commitment to quality and reliability
  • Technological products
  • New Users and Uses
  • Lower reliability of customers
  • More sophisticated customers
  • Globalization of production
  • Evolution of production systems

In order to achieve precision machining, we must also take into account aspects such as design data (based on design and functionality requirements) and manufacturing data, including the data used in the machining operation, the location of the part Inside the machine tool, and the measurement.

As specialists in precision machining and assembly in the province of Barcelona, ​​Mecánica Curiel, manufactures all kinds of useful physical equipment for laboratory, mechanical for viscosimetry and electromedicine, small machinery in general, special valves, tools, prototypes and precision machining.