Increase Efficiency Of Electric Motors With Roller Burnishing

2024-05-20T09:07:49-05:00

Electric motors are used in a wide variety of applications, from lawn tools to automobiles. When looking at laminated motors, tight manufacturing tolerances are ideal for producing higher efficiency products. Roller burnishing can be used to set the air gap in lamination stacks and eliminate the need for grinding and honing.

Increase Efficiency Of Electric Motors With Roller Burnishing2024-05-20T09:07:49-05:00

What Is Mechanical Joining?

2024-05-15T13:30:14-05:00

Mechanical joining is a quick and easy process for creating leak free joints between tubular products and fittings, when compared to welding or brazing operations. This makes it well suited for high vibration and high-pressure applications like aerospace and heavy equipment.

What Is Mechanical Joining?2024-05-15T13:30:14-05:00

What is Burnishing?

2024-06-13T14:32:55-05:00

While traditional finishing methods are effective, in many cases, these processes require multiple operations and set-ups to achieve the desired finish. Burnishing is an effective and efficient alternative that often eliminates the need for secondary processes entirely.

What is Burnishing?2024-06-13T14:32:55-05:00

Mitigating Glitch on Shafts Using Diamond Burnishing Tool

2024-01-08T09:42:08-05:00

Rotors or shafts used in steam and gas turbines, turbo generators and compressors, or any large motor, have to work within set standards for runout to ensure efficient and safe operation. If excessive runout is not eliminated during the manufacturing process, the motor would have to be disassembled and the shaft reworked. This can be a time consuming and costly process and one the motor manufacturer would want to avoid.

Mitigating Glitch on Shafts Using Diamond Burnishing Tool2024-01-08T09:42:08-05:00

Elliott Tool Technologies To Support Metal Finishing Sales

2023-12-13T16:13:49-05:00

Over the past several decades, Elliott Tool Technologies and Monaghan Tooling Group have partnered together to provide quality precision metal finishing tools. We are pleased to announce that Elliott and Monaghan have made the decision to transition sales and marketing to Elliott Tool Technologies, effective January 1, 2024.

Elliott Tool Technologies To Support Metal Finishing Sales2023-12-13T16:13:49-05:00
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