What You Need to Know About Cleaning Precision Machined Parts

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Manufacturing precision machined parts requires a high-level view of the total machining process, from raw materials to finished, ready-to-ship products. Only then can you refine each step for maximum efficiency. While making the parts are often what most people think of, adequate cleaning can often be just as significant a challenge. The secret to cleaning […]

Swiss Machined vs. Turned Parts

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Turning and Swiss machining are manufacturing processes used to produce a wide range of precision parts and components. While both methods are popular for use across various industries, Swiss machined parts and turned parts each offer their own unique set of advantages. By understanding their differences and considering the particular needs of your application, you […]

Lights Out Manufacturing

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Hogge Precision Parts Co., Inc. provides contract manufacturing services using computer numerical control (CNC) and screw machining equipment. Our extensive portfolio of machining centers combined with our 42,000-square-foot manufacturing facility allows us to deliver custom components for a wide range of industries. For most applications, we are capable of providing what is known as “lights […]

The Advantages of Reshoring

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For the last few years, many manufacturing companies have been focused on reshoring their operations. This process of bringing manufacturing back to the United States and away from overseas facilities helps companies save time, money, and complications, and it’s a powerful way to strengthen the U.S. economy. It brings more jobs back to local communities, […]

Brass Machined Components

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Machining involves removing raw materials from a workpiece to shape it into a specific geometry. This highly versatile process can be used with a range of materials like plastic, rubber, or paper, but its most common application is in the manufacturing of parts and components from metal alloys like brass. Properties of Brass Formed primarily […]

Aluminum Precision-Machined Components

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Computer numerical control (CNC) machining is a computer-aided manufacturing process used to create a wide range of parts and components for volumes ranging from prototyping through full-scale production. CNC machining is often the preferred method for manufacturing precision parts from aluminum. Aluminum is one of the most commonly used materials for its many favorable physical […]

Conventional CNC Turning vs. Swiss CNC Turning

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Swiss turning and traditional Computer Numerical Control (CNC) turning are two different ways used to machine parts made of metal or other raw materials. Specifically, machining is the process of removing material from a workpiece and shape it into its intended design. Both Swiss turning and CNC turning function by spinning materials at high speed and using cutting […]

Benefits of Robotic Machine Tending

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Industries around the world are turning to robotic machinery as they seek to reap the benefits of the fourth industrial revolution. Robotics make production processes more efficient, safer, and more cost-effective while reducing waste. Even facilities with existing automation technology can realize new benefits as robots become more intelligent and capable of handling multiple tasks.  […]

Multi-Axis CNC Machining

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Multi-axis computer numerical control (CNC) machining employs advanced machining equipment and tooling that accommodates motion in four or more directions to facilitate the manufacture of precision parts with complex geometries. Compared to other machining techniques, the process offers greater manufacturing flexibility and tighter tolerances due to its ability to process multiple part sections with a […]

Benefits of CNC Swiss Screw Machining

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The use of a screw machine or automated lathe to machine small, turned parts for industrial applications has been standard for decades. Made of a hollow spindle and cams, a screw machine removes material from a block of metal to create multiple small parts. Screw machines are used today to make parts for IT, automotive, […]