MK244 Phalanx projectile parts in support of the Phalanx close-in Weapon System (CWIS) used to defend military watercraft…
At Galion LLC, our in-house finishing department provides MIL-SPEC manganese phosphate coating, along with options for anodization, plating, and over-molding with our approved vendors.
Sulfuric Acid Anodization (MIL-A-8625 Type III) Also called hard coat, hard anodizing or engineered anodizing, produces coatings thicker than 25 μm (0.001″).
Manganese Phosphate Coating (MIL-DTL-16232 Type M) Also called Parkerizing, is a method of protecting steel surfaces from corrosion and wear through an application of an electrochemical phosphate conversion coating. It is commonly used on firearms as a more effective alternative to bluing.Hexavalent Chromium Plating (188.8.131.52 of MIL-STD-171F & AMS-QQ-C-320) Also called Hard Chrome, is an electroplating process in which chromium is deposited from a chromic acid solution. Thickness of hard chrome plating ranges from 2 to 250µm. Chrome plating is used for wear and corrosion resistance in addition to its tribological (low friction) characteristics.
Manufacturing projectiles can be a complex and highly specialized process, especially in industries like defense and aerospace. Safety, precision, and quality are paramount in projectile manufacturing due to the potentially severe consequences of failure. Galion LLC often works closely with government agencies and regulatory bodies to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and standards. Detailed records of the manufacturing process, quality control checks, and testing are maintained for traceability and accountability purposes. Throughout the manufacturing process, quality control measures are in place to ensure that each projectile meets the required specifications and safety standards. This can include dimensional checks, material testing, and visual inspections. Projectiles often undergo finishing processes like polishing, grinding, or coating to improve their surface quality, reduce friction, and enhance aerodynamics.
Precision turning is a process that uses a single-point cutting tool to create precise cylindrical cuts into rotating material. This automated technique makes it ideal for manufacturing round or tubular-shaped parts. CNC Turning stands out for its ability to deliver both high precision and speed in the machining process.
The automatic lathe machines use digit CNC Turning Service information to control the displacement of parts and tools. This turning process excels in producing complex external and internal geometries, including generating all kinds of threads. For round-shaped components such as shafts, worms, and spheres, CNC turning demonstrates its remarkable efficiency and accuracy.
Small machined part production requires precision, attention to detail, and skilled operators and technicians. Davenports and CNC machining are often used for producing small parts because of their high precision and repeatability. Inspection and Testing: Small machined parts are carefully inspected to verify that they meet the required tolerances and quality standards.
Galion LLC understands the crucial role that these components play in the operation of automobiles. These components are typically precision-engineered to meet specific performance and safety standards. The quality and precision of these machined parts are paramount in ensuring the safety, performance, and reliability of vehicles. Automotive manufacturers and suppliers invest significant resources in the development and production of these components, ensuring compliance with strict industry standards and regulations. With Galion LLC’s expertise, we consistently achieve the high precision and consistency required for the production of these critical automotive components.
In this ever-changing market, maintaining a competitive edge in the field of commercial machining involves a combination of technological innovation, a skilled workforce, efficient processes, and excellent customer service. Galion LLC’s commitment to success in this field often requires dedication to continuous improvement and a focus on consistent delivery of high-quality, precision-engineered components to meet our customers’ needs.
Producing parts for agricultural machinery requires precision, attention to detail, and a commitment to quality to ensure that the parts perform reliably in the field and contribute to the efficiency of agricultural equipment. It’s also essential to stay updated on industry trends and technological advancements in machining to remain competitive in the market.
Our expertise and a full range of manufacturing processes allow us to reliably deliver ultra-precise machined parts with guaranteed fast run times to help ensure the efficient production of your products. We guarantee our components and parts will help ensure your firearm products function precisely as designed. We understand precision and reliability go hand-in-hand and our commitment to quality is crucial in the firearms industry, where safety and performance are paramount.
Machining large parts can be complex and requires specialized equipment and expertise. With our collaboration between engineers, machinists, and quality control professionals we are able to achieve precise results. Additionally, our continued commitment to advancements in technology, such as CNC machining has significantly improved the efficiency and accuracy of our machining process.
Galion LLC is staffed with engineering professionals who focus on precision tooling, CAD/CAM design and programming, and efficient inventory management of its tooling through the Kanban system. These capabilities are essential for maintaining high-quality manufacturing processes and minimizing downtime in a production environment.
Galion LLC specializes in the manufacturing of standard precision cold headed parts, complete per customer specifications. Cold headed parts are created by “cold forming” which is a manufacturing process by which wire is fed into a cold heading machine, cut to a pre-determined length, inserted into a die and _??????????___to form a part. This process creates little to no waste. The cold heading process creates a stronger part due to the enhanced grain flow of the material.