There is never room for error in our business, but when it comes to micro machining, our quality inspection efforts are literally magnified. At the microscopic scale, where we can no longer rely on our senses to see, hear, and feel how a tool is performing, we must apply another set of finely tuned skills and instruments to validate the results.

Focused on the smallest details.

Our experience with all kinds of tooling and machinery enables us to sense the vibrations and resistance—the speeds and feeds—of a tool to tell whether it is cutting correctly and efficiently. It’s the starting point for some of our most challenging projects.

However, when a part has details that are not visible to the naked eye, we have to depend entirely on calculations, best practices, and the collective experience of our engineering, machining, and quality teams.

We validate our equipment, which is why we invest in state-of-the-art inspection technologies, including 512x power OGP Vision Systems and Mitutoyo laser micrometer with up to 0.000010 resolution.

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Personal service makes the difference.

Small parts are often produced in large quantities, so it is especially important to identify and correct the most miniscule deviations before they become an issue.

Do you have a product in planning or production that requires a microscopic level of detail with superior accuracy at high volumes? The Fluke Metal team can help you consider all of the factors that go into a successful, cost-efficient project.

Continuous quality assurance is built into our process.

It allows us to identify and correct anomalies early so that miniscule variations don’t become big issues. Our range of manual and computerized inspection equipment is key, but it’s our people who make the difference. There is no substitute for attention to detail or proactive communication among team members and with our clients.

Fluke Metal actively invests in state-of-the-art CNC milling, Swiss turning, and other machining equipment. However, the latest and greatest technology is only as good as the engineering and programming that goes into it, as well as the quality assurance and control that consistently ensure a top quality finished product.

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