Custom manufacturer meets needs of automotive industryJanuary 29, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Collison-Goll specializes in making custom parts, and has earned a reputation over its 65-year history for providing competitive pricing, on-time deliveries and excellent customer service to many industries, including automotive.
“Our customers choose Collison-Goll to machine their most critical custom parts because of our proven track record of reliability,” the company says.
The precision machined products manufacturer makes custom brass, bronze and copper bushings, as well as custom automotive parts ranging from ball studs, hubs, hydraulic couplings and stems, threaded inserts, valves and fittings. The company continually upgrades its equipment, which allows the team to produce bushings in a range of sizes, configurations and materials for automotive and heavy equipment applications.
The equipment the company uses includes Swiss-type CNC machines, such as the Hanwha XD32H with a 1.25-inch diameter capacity, the Citizen L20 with a ¾-inch capacity, and the Citizen L16 with a ⅝-inch capacity.
“These machines allow us to perform precise machining quickly, which means we can offer fast turnaround times on custom bushings,” the company says.
Collison-Goll also uses a number of CNC lathes that have the capability to run up to 10-inch slugs and three-inch round material. Its BNJ-twin spindle, multi-axis lathes avoid the need for costly secondary operations, which saves the customer money. Its multi-spindle automatic machines can handle parts up to 2.25 inches, and are ideal for high-volume production .
Collison-Goll’s custom-made parts are used by many OEMs and tier two suppliers.
“We are determined to continually exceed expectations for the quality of our products, and we rely on customer feedback to gauge our success,” the company says. “Prompt and reliable customer service is one way we strive to set ourselves apart from the competition.”