UFG srl offers turning service that is an industrial production process obtained for chip removal. Turning comes by a rotating piece of the workpiece and a straightforward motion of the tool.
UFG is specialized in the production and processing of turned parts on different types of materials ferrous and non-ferrous materials, hardened materials, alloys and superalloys.
For turning operations the workshop uses the latest generation technology in programming and in the design of the mechanical design for the production of CAD/CAM adrawing mechanical components using our ten-year experience of our operators and our technical office.
The technical expertise of UFG staff offers not only versatility in supplies but also technical support n the design phase and the individual component changes to the process definition to make it more functional and economical.
Thanks to the CNC lathes we are able to carry out machining with complex profiles up to a maximum diameter of 800 mm for 4000 mm.
Hardened parts machining
One of the strengths that UFG srl offers on turning machining is the turning of hardened parts which in many cases results in an economical alternative to grinding workmanship and allows the machining of complex geometry by avoiding expensive grinding machines.
All mechanical turning operations are carried out with high precision CNC machines and by our qualified staff, ensuring a high quality standard, while respecting tolerances, finishes and unified machining according to UNI requests from the drawing.
The range of mechanical turning products meets the needs of various product sectors such as:
- Automatic machines
- Stainless steel (AISI 316L, AISI 304L, etc.)
- Light magnesium alloys
- Thermomechanical steels with high yield strength (S700MC – Domex 700 MC, Weldox 700, Weldox 900)
- Wear resistant steels (Hardox 400, Hardox 500. Hardox 600)
- High-strengthened steels with high yield strength (S960QL, S1100QL)
- Yellow alloys (bronze, brass)
- Gray ghisa and spheroidal cast iron
We also offer milling service on technopolymers such as: polyethylene (PE500), POM, PA6, PET, PTFE, PEEK, PEK, PVC, ABS, polycarbonate, plexiglass, etc