Barron Industries owns and operates 16 CNC machining centers including high-quality Makino, Mori Seiki, Haas, and Mazak equipment:
Vertical Milling Centers with 4 axis capability
Horizontal Milling Centers with 5 axis capability
Turning Centers up to 20” diameter
Providing complete turnkey solutions, Barron also offers:
CNC Machined Alloys.
Barron Industries is experienced in the challenging machining of alloys such as 17-4 ph stainless steel, armor steel, cobalt and nickel-based alloys. The machining of these alloys requires equipment with torque, HP and precision which is why we continue to invest in the highest quality CNC machining equipment.
CNC machining finishes a part to the final blueprint dimensions and tolerances ready for use or final assembly. With the investment casting process, after a part has been cast, it is considered “near net shape.” However, some parts may require final machining in order to meet all the blueprint tolerances. Barron works to tight tolerances within a ten thousandth of an inch. We constantly evaluate and invest in the latest precision machining technology to deliver parts of impressive geometry to our customers from OEMs to aerospace, automotive, and defense industries. For example, Barron has cast, machined and assembled rocker arms that require holding a 20 millionths of an inch roundness on a bearing shaft. We purchased RONDCOM cylindricity inspection equipment to ensure that these tolerances were consistently maintained.
Sizes up to 30”X40”X40” Volumes from 1-100,000
Barron’s CNC machining capabilities include parts up to 40 inches. Typical volumes range from one-off Rapid Prototypes to 5000 parts per month.
Expert CNC programmer and machinists.
An experienced CNC programmer carefully examines each blueprint requirement including surface finish, profile, true position tolerances, and datum scheme for incorporation into fixture design/build and tooling specifications. Ongoing inspections are performed as specified in the control plan developed uniquely for each part.
CNC Machining for Rapid Prototypes.
We’ve developed proprietary work holding methods and hardware that can dramatically reduce or even eliminate the need for expensive machining fixtures. Our goal is to reduce both turnaround time and tooling costs. Barron’s engineers work with our customers’ design teams to ensure manufacturability for casting and the lowest cost design while maintaining critical machining tolerances.
At Barron Industries, we build quality into each and every casting. Our in-house NADCAP Certified Non-Destructive Testing Lab is equipped to perform the following: Dye Penetrant testing, Magnetic Particle testing, x-ray inspection, tensile and physical properties, chemical and structural analysis. All testing results in a formal certification report.