What is Precision Grinding?

What is precision grinding?

The term precision grinding can be used to cover a lot of different processes. However, any process advertised as precision grinding services should always be capable of achieving incredibly close tolerances throughout the process. Grinding precision parts can be completed using Blanchard (surface) grinding equipment, or through CNC ID or OD cylindrical grinding techniques.

What are your precision grinding capacities?

Each of our precision grinding services at Minnesota Grinding, Inc. uses the latest in equipment and grinding technology. This allows us to offer grinding capacities that often not only meet, but exceed the needs of our customers. For more information on specific precision grinding capacities, talk to our team about the specific grinding method best suited for your project.

What is the typical tolerance level of precision grinding?

The precision achieved with this type of grinding process is stipulated by both our customers and by industry standards. At Minnesota Grinding, Inc., we use different precision grinding equipment in order to meet exacting tolerance requirements. For example, our precision jig and centerless grinding machines can work provide tolerances of +/- 0.0001.

What are the advantages of precision grinding?

The ability to provide parts and components ground to the very tight tolerances is the key advantage of precision grinding. Depending on the grinding equipment used, precision work can be done either large or small components.

Which materials can be ground using precision grinding?

Any metal and many types of plastics, resins, and composite materials can be ground using precision grinding equipment. Our experience in working with different materials, as well as with customers across multiple industries means that we are uniquely equipped to meet a wide-variety of needs.

How much does precision grinding cost?

Each grinding project is unique, and Minnesota Grinding, Inc. prepared quotes based on the specifics of the job. To get a quote or to discuss your grinding needs, call us today at 763-535-4445.


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