Equipment List

FRIMMA’s working equipment list services keep your CNC Parts and contents within precise limits. Quality control is complex and meticulous work, and a small oversight can affect the quality of the final product.

FRIMA Swiss-Type-Machine

    SWISS Type Automatic Machine

  1. Extremely tight tolerances – Swiss machines firmly support the workpiece right next to the point of operation throughout the machining process.
  2. More Complex Parts – Because of how well the bar stock is supported throughout the machining process, Swiss machines can also produce more intricate parts with thinner walls, more delicate features, and deeper cuts that would not be possible on other machines.
  3. Fast Pace – The cycle time for a Swiss machine can be significantly shorter than other types of CNC machines.
  4. Ready-to-Ship Parts – Swiss machines produce such a fine and precise result that these machines can reduce or eliminate the need for secondary operations, often resulting in parts that are ready to ship right out of the machine.
FRIMA CNC machining-equipment

CNC Machining Center

The term “machining center” describes almost any CNC milling and drilling machine that includes an automatic tool changer and a table that clamps the workpiece in place.

On a  machining center, the tool rotates, but the work does not. The orientation of the spindle is the most fundamental defining characteristic of a CNC machining center. Vertical machining centers (VMCs) generally favor precision while horizontal machining centers (HMCs) generally favor production—but these are loose generalizations, and plenty of machining centers break out of them.

Another common machining center type is the 5-axis machining center, which is able to pivot the tool and/or the part in order to mill and drill at various orientations.

FRIMA CNC-Turning-&-Milling-Machine

CNC turning and milling machine

CNC turning and milling machines are used in a variety of industries to create precision components. Automotive, aerospace, and medical manufacturers use CNC machines to create engine parts, drive shafts, and surgical instruments.

For example, aerospace companies use CNC machines to create parts for airplanes and satellites. Automotive companies use CNC machines to create parts for cars and trucks. Medical companies use CNC machines to create implants and prosthetics. In the electronics industry, CNC machines are used to produce circuit boards and other components.

FRIMA Auto-Lathe-Machine

Auto Lathe Machine

Automatic lathe is a metal working machine whose actions are controlled mechanically automated.

  • In screw lathe: actions are controlled by small/medium size cam
    • Used for ‘Bar’ work.Work piece size limits: Dia<80 mm and length<300mm
    • Chuck is collet type and spindle is hollow in which a full length bar (‘bar stock around 1–4 m) fed through
    • Bar feeding can be done by roller bar feeding mechanism/pulling-finger tool.
  • In automatic chucking lathe: actions are controlled by large size cam
    • Used for billet work or bar of dia>150mm
FRIMA CNC-Turning-Machine manufactor

CNC Turning Machine

CNC Turning is a manufacturing process in which bars of material are held in a chuck and rotated while a tool is fed to the piece to remove material to create the desired shape.

  • The starting material, though usually round, can be other shapes such as squares or hexagons.
  • Depending on the bar feeder, the bar length can vary. This affects how much handling is required for volume jobs.
  • CNC lathes or turning centers have tooling mounted on a turret which is computer-controlled. The more tools that the turret can hold, the more options are available for complexities on the part.
  • CNCs with “live” tooling options, can stop the bar rotation and add additional features such as drilled holes, slots, and milled surfaces.
ultrasonic cleaning machine

Ultrasonic cleaning machine

Ultrasonic cleaners have gradually become accepted as an alternative cleaning method in a vast array of industries. Its typical applications include Automotive, medicine, dentistry, electronics, plastics, metal processing, and machine parts manufacturing. Below are several benefits of using ultrasonic cleaning machines.

  • Highly Suitable for Delicate Parts
  • Precise and Uniform Cleaning
  • Faster and More Thorough Cleaning
  • Able to Remove Most Contaminants
  • Relatively High Power Efficiency
  • Takes Minimal Space
  • Easy to Operate

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