Hogge Precision Parts Co., Inc.

CNC Machining of a Carbon Steel Transducer Head for the Electrical Industry

CNC Machining of a Carbon Steel Transducer Head for the Electrical IndustryA client in the electrical industry came to Hogge Precision Parts in need of a carbon steel transducer head.  We performed CNC machining to produce the part, which was completed in only one operation, using a multitask machine.  We used a single turret twin spindle turning center.

The finished product had O.D. measurements of 2.375 inches and a length of 1.885 inches.  It was made of 1117 carbon steel and has a clear zinc finish.  We performed full testing and inspections on the finished product prior to shipment.  The satisfied client now purchases 100 of these transducer heads per month.

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CNC Machining of a Carbon Steel Transducer Head Project Highlights

Product Description This transducer head is used within a load cell application.
Capabilities Applied/Processes
CNC Machining
  • Completed in One Operation on Multitasking Machine
  • Turn Side 1 & Side 2 OD
  • Bore Side 1 & 2 ID
  • Groove ID & OD
  • Mill Side
  • Drill & Tap
RoHS Clear Zinc Plating
Part Number Engraving
Equipment Used to Manufacture Part Single Turret - Twin Spindle Turning Center with Automatic Raw Material & Parts Handling.
Overall Part Dimensions O.D.: Ø2.375"
Length: 1.885"
Tightest Tolerances
Circular Run-out of .001"
True Position of .010"
Perpendicularity of .0015"
Material Used 1117 Carbon Steel
Max Material Finish 63 Ra
In process testing/inspection performed
Functional Gauging
Dial Bore Gauging
Documented In Process Inspection Reports as defined by QA
Industry for Use Electrical
Volume 100 Per Month
Turn Around Time 3 to 4 Weeks
Delivery Location Ohio
Tooling Cost $2,400
Standards Met Customer supplied print, 2D CAD Drawing, Solid Model
Product Name Transducer Head

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