When you are grinding parts for internal combustion engines, you need high precision and maximum flexibility. Our modular grinding machines are engineered with exceptional stiffness and stability - allowing for micron-specific precision in the shortest possible cycle time.
Our long history with internal combustion engines goes back to the earliest days of the industry. We partnered with Henry Ford from the very beginning, grinding parts for the first car engines more than 120 years ago. One of our earliest cylindrical grinders is located in the National Museum of American History, located in Washington DC.
We have grown together with the automotive industry, through decades of rapid evolution, and we now work with numerous large automobile manufacturers around the world.
The inherent flexibility in our machines makes them ideal for grinding internal combustion engine components. With application requirements continuously changing, we give you the ability to easily manage changeover time efficiently.
Our highly robust machines can grind any sized component, using both standard or super-abrasive (CBN & diamond) grinding wheels. In addition, our machines can be reutilized for new applications.
Our machines are able to grind internal combusion engine components using a diverse range of grinding technologies:
- Centerless grinding
- Cylindrical grinding
- Orbital grinding
- Surface grinding
Our diverse component capabilities includes:
- Connecting rods
- Electric motor shafts
- Flat components
- Turbo components
- Transmission components
- Valve train components
We have a wide selection of machines that are capable of grinding components for internal combustion engines utilizing different grinding technologies.