Precision Jig Boring Services
Precise Machine Company offers precision jig boring services, specializing in applications where high standards of surface finish and accuracy are essential. We are capable of extremely accurate boring up to +/- 0.0003″ in true position and +/- 0.0002″ in diameter.
Our jig boring services include roughing, finishing, and sizing for parts made of aluminum, stainless steel, standard and super alloys, and more. We ensure exact tolerance and positioning on large or small components and simple or complex shapes. Whether your job requires boring flat or round parts, we guarantee high precision and accuracy on machined components for any industry.
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Jig Boring Quality Control
Precise Machine Company provides quality control and inspection services to ensure that our jig boring meets our customers’ expectations. From raw material to final examination, you can assure that your parts are being meticulously inspected and monitored every step of the way.
Jig Boring Material Capacity
Our CNC machines are capable of jig boring pieces that fall within the following dimensions.
Maximum Width: 6” (Y)
Maximum Length: 12” (X)
Maximum Thickness: 4”
Assemblies That Meet your Exact Requirements.
Delivered On Time
Decades of Experience & Expertise
Benefits of Our Services
Our shop features CNC machines from industry-leading brands, including Doosan, Haas, and Fryer. We also use top-of-the line accessories, such as Northfield air chucks to protect sensitive, thin-walled parts and components during the machining process.
Our equipment is operated by a skilled and knowledgeable team with over 150 years of combined experience in CNC milling, turning, and jig boring. You can trust that Precise Machine Company will deliver high-quality machined components that meet or exceed your needs, while remaining competitive on price and delivering your parts on time.
What Is Jig Boring?
Jig boring is a machining process that enlarges the existing holes in a part. Typical drills are not capable of making holes with a high amount of precision. While the size and location of a drilled hole may look fine to the naked eye, being off by as little as a hundredth of an inch can make a big difference in the performance of the part. Additionally, if a part’s design has more than one hole, the spacing between the holes becomes another element that requires precise measurement. When the size, location, and spacing between holes in a part have a high tolerance, the precision of a jig bore can ensure that tolerance is satisfied.