Titletown Manufacturing offers custom metal milling and grinding services
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) often require a variety of specialized parts for their productions and operations. Custom metal milling and metal surface grinding services delivered by the expert team at Titletown Manufacturing play a significant role in the success of these companies.
We use vertical and horizontal machining centers to complete our custom metal milling operations. These precision machines efficiently take metal stock down to the dimensions and finishes needed for the specific part.
The difference between custom metal milling and metal surface grinding comes down to the degree of accuracy we can reasonably expect from those operations. Not every part requires the same level of precision, and we use both techniques when appropriate for ultimate accuracy.
Custom metal milling can be a preliminary step in finishing a part
Depending on the ultimate accuracy requirements for a specific part, our team may employ either or both machining techniques to arrive at the final product. Custom metal milling allows us to come within .0005 inches of spec, while metal surface grinding reduces that variance to within .0001 inches of spec.
We perform metal surface grinding operations to enhance the final output of a part that has gone through the custom metal milling stage. We can make it even flatter, more parallel, or achieve a better surface finish depending on our customer’s requirements.
Our Wisconsin-based team works in comfort inside our climate-controlled facility, using the best in equipment technology and quality control to complete a full range of services for machine assembly and parts production. Our OEM customers rely on us to provide high-quality services at every level of production, whether that is custom metal milling or through the metal surface grinding stage.
About Titletown Manufacturing, LLC
Titletown Manufacturing, LLC, is a trusted metal machining and fabrication shop with over 60 years of experience in CNC machining, welding, grinding, assembly and reverse engineering for a wide range of industrial customers throughout the region. The company employs more than 30 people at its facility at 817 Marquis Way in Green Bay, Wisconsin.