Precision Tooling and Machining
Earl Precision Manufacturing’s exacting Tooling and Machining capability stems from utilizing the latest technology in Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machinery and a highly automated machine tool and die operation. Electrical Discharge Machine (EDM) workstations are regularly tasked with various operations that are a specific part of larger often highly complex assemblies. This equipment enables us to produce conductive metallic component parts of various sizes to the closest of tolerances and in a lights-out production environment.
The Division’s diverse lathe and milling machine centers enable the production of a wide variety of component parts via the most current Computer Aided Drafting / Computer Aided Machine (CAD-CAM) software and programming techniques available. Our programmers routinely utilize CAD-CAM software to import CAD models from our drawing vault to the various EDM and CNC machining centers within the complex. Conversational and G- code programming is also accomplished by machinists and toolmakers on the CNC machines. Traditional lathe and milling machine operations are available if needed for the project requirements at hand.