Carbide Products Inc.Carbide Products, Where Craftmanship & Technology Meet

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  • Turning Services
  • Turning Services
  • Turning Services

Turning Services

Carbide Products, Inc. operates a state-of-art CNC turning department equipped with the finest equipment and manned by a team of highly trained, experienced and motivated personnel. All our departments functions as a TEAM… Most CNC programming takes place off-line in a dedicated environment for improved efficiencies and is readily accessible to our team of machinists. Our programmers are trained and experienced machinist first, and then trained as programmers, not the other way around. They also function as an integral part of the TEAM so that they are directly involved in the execution of the programs they write. It is commonplace in our shop to find the supervisors and programmers tag teaming with machinist on the floor to work out machine setups, tooling or planning with the team. They may also be running production to meet the team goals for production or quality when necessary. Our goal is to serve the customer and we do not draw hard lines on job descriptions, we are a team and everyone is a team player.

Carbide Products, Inc. manufactures high precision turned component parts, tools and dies from all machinable materials. Available to our team are manual tool-room and engine lathes, second operation and polishing lathes, two to four axis CNC turning centers in sizes from 5C collet-ready spindles to 10” chucks. Some CNC turning centers are equipped live tooling and sub spindle capability and all CNC machines are linked to our off-line programming department. The flexibility built in to our management system allows all team members to contribute to the success of a project and the company as a whole. For example: if a part or tool demands fine finishes and close tolerances after thermal processing the team decides if the part will be finish ground or hard-turned or both. Remember, we have the capabilities to do either or both if necessary. Decisions can be dictated by the part tolerance or finish requirement or by schedule. Either way the part will be made to print always exceeding customer expectations.