Since Micronic tolerance is expected out of high precision engineering firms, companies dealing in manufacturing of extrusion parts and extrusion machines face the constant challenge to stay up to date and aggressively match up to even finer standards of tolerances in CNC machines and CNC turning and milling facilities. As a result, all top-notch high precision engineering firms already possess ISO 9001:2008 certification and strive to maintain it as well.
Almost all the companies that manufacture extrusion parts and extrusion machines, also offer to carry out repairs of the extrusion paraphernalia and gearboxes. As a result, these companies have state-of-the-art metallurgy and metrology tools. Since metallurgy tools are needed only wherever high-precision re-engineering work is involved, these tools are required only by engineering firms into manufacturing and repair of extrusion machines. Metrology tools, on the other hand, are used for verifying fine tolerances during execution of high precision facilities. As a result, metrology tools are needed and used by every manufacturing company – be it the user of high-precision machines or manufacturer of the same. So, be it any manufacturing industry – right from aerospace to automobile and textile to power generation – each uses metrology tools, such as CNC turning and milling machines.
Further, different industries need different extrusion parts. For example, textile industry needs aspirators, ceramic guides, idler rolls, interlacing jets, Texturing Jets, thread up tools and so on. There are many reputed companies in the manufacturing of finely tolerant engineering machines, such as Barmag, Cognesint Winders, Fare, Mackie, Filteco, Neumag, Sahm and Plantex.