Turning

Turning

Turning

Turning

Turning


In the fastener industry, “turned parts” refer to components that are manufactured using a turning process on a lathe. This process involves rotating a piece of material (usually metal) while a cutting tool shapes it into the desired form. Turned parts are essential for creating precise, cylindrical components such as bolts, screws, nuts, and other threaded fasteners.

Key aspects of turned parts in the fastener industry include:

  1. Precision: Turning allows for high precision and tight tolerances, which are critical for the reliability and functionality of fasteners.
  2. Variety: Turned parts can be made from various materials, including steel, aluminum, brass, and stainless steel, catering to different application needs.
  3. Customization: The turning process can produce custom shapes and sizes, enabling the production of specialized fasteners tailored to specific requirements.
  4. Efficiency: CNC (Computer Numerical Control) lathes enhance efficiency by automating the turning process, allowing for high-volume production with consistent quality.

Overall, turned parts are vital in the fastener industry due to their precision, versatility, and the ability to meet specific design and application requirements.