Related Glossary Terms
- precision machining ( precision measurement)
precision machining ( precision measurement)
Machining and measuring to exacting standards. Four basic considerations are: dimensions, or geometrical characteristics such as lengths, angles and diameters of which the sizes are numerically specified; limits, or the maximum and minimum sizes permissible for a specified dimension; tolerances, or the total permissible variations in size; and allowances, or the prescribed differences in dimensions between mating parts.
Cutting tool innovation often starts with collaborative problem solving at the spindle.
Breakthroughs in cutting tool proficiency occur when the ARCH cutting tool group works in close collaboration with its customers. Cutting tool needs are comprehensively addressed, ranging from the provision of American-made, stocked and inventoried tooling to the development of customized tool solutions — all available from one domestic cutting tool solutions resource. The company's consolidated resources for cutting tool design, manufacturing, and supply serve the advancement of precision machining in America.
The supply of standard ARCH Cutting Tools goes beyond industry-standard service and support. Ongoing investments in the company's collective supply capabilities assure comprehensive, rapid and reliable cutting tool supply.