How to specify broached parts from Ohio BroachFebruary 1, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Ohio Broach & Machine Company is renowned for its flexibility. The company is involved in all aspects of broaching, from making custom broaching machines and tooling to performing production broaching services.
Ohio Broach’s capabilities in building machinery and tooling mean that when it comes to production broaching, the company can take on any project. That includes internal broaching, surface broaching, broaching of irregular shapes, and blind spline broaching. The company also has experience broaching all types of shapes, such as polygons, gear forms, involute splines and plier forms.
With all of the possibilities, it can be hard to know where to start when specifying requirements for broached parts. But Ohio Broach makes it easy.
Specifying broached parts
There are a number of choices to make when submitting an order or an RFQ for Ohio Broach’s production broaching service. Firstly, there are a variety of materials to choose from, as Ohio Broach can work with nearly all metals, including stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, brass and copper. Also available are non-metals such as plastic, graphite, hard rubber, fibreglass and wood composites.
The company can handle projects of all sizes, from short to long runs, so customers should also consider the production size required. Another specification to keep in mind is whether any secondary operations are required, as Ohio Broach can offer heat treating, grinding, deburring and secondary machining.
Ohio Broach makes it easy submit all of these specifications with its online contact form. Customers can also supply a sample part or submit a part print electronically.
For more information on Ohio Broach’s production capabilities, visit the company’s website.