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Swiss-Type Machining

If you have to produce large volumes of small, complex cylindrical parts with tight tolerances, Swiss CNC machines are the ideal solution. They are able to perform multiple operations with a single set-up, remarkably increasing productivity while maintaining extreme accuracy compared to a conventional lathe. Swiss machining is a perfect option for:

  1. Parts that require critical straightness and/or concentricity tolerances
  2. High quality finishes and tight tolerances
  3. Conserving costs for order quantities over 1,000, with costs dropping further at high volume
  4. Parts that need to be turned, but have some milled features
Highly Accurate, Extremely Efficient, Small Part Production

Jinyuan is equipped with over fifteen Star Swiss-style machines with secondary capabilities (slotting, cross-drilling, cross-tapping, back drilling, etc.), automatic bar loaders, and high-pressure coolant units. This gives us the capability to operate “lights out.”

  1. Parts rotating at a speed of up to 15,000 RPM — or with live tooling, up to 10,000 RPM
  2. Tolerances anywhere between ±0.0002” (±0.00508 mm) and ±0.0005” (±0.0127 mm)
  3. Swiss type CNC diameters up to 0.787”(20mm)
  4. Drilling, turning, milling, and boring can all be performed simultaneously.
Advantages of Swiss Machining
  1. The Swiss CNC machine leverages attributes including a dynamic bar stock feeder system, the guide bushings, and secondary spindles to deliver cost and time savings through:
  2. Increased productivity, which translates to lower cost per piece and less time to fabricate
  3. Reduced setup and tool change time, which shortens production times on repeat orders and decreases long-term cost per part
  4. Improved uptime resulting from CNC programming and the bar feed system, allowing machines to run unattended or even on a lights out schedule
Which industries require Swiss Machines

Small machine parts are ubiquitous in electronics, medicine and automobiles. Whether it's a tiny internal component for injection pumps, an electron probe or an implant for surgery; These parts are now lighter, more compact and more efficient, thanks to the precise turning process performed by a new generation of strippers.

With recent advances in materials science and motion control technology, stripper has become the industry standard for manufacturing cost-effective microparts with extremely high accuracy and repeatability.