Machine Shop, job shop, Manufacturer for Ultrasonic milling, ultrasonic processing
Process: HSC / Ultrasonic milling
Elkins Machine & Tool provides decades of experience in the manufactured screw machine industry, combining an ability to design and create specialized industrial products with an attention to detail that knows no bounds.
The heavily experienced Elkins’ staff is a skilled crew that can accommodate high volume projects but is flexible enough to excel in prototype development and short-run, fast-turnover orders.
Elkins’ specializes in Stainless Steel work, as well as Steel, Brass, Aluminum, Plastic and other exotic materials. Its Quality Control Division is QS 9001:2008 and ISO/TS TS16949 certified including three full-time QC staffers and NIST and A2LA accredited standards and tracking through QC Gage Pro. Its Shipping Division moves 100,000-parts weekly without error and includes a complete package tracking and stocking (with release requirement) capabilities.
One of Elkins’ key qualities is its ability to make its own form tooling, which makes it difficult to beat when it comes to fast turnarounds. That tool making includes PEPS Wire EDM procedures that turn three- or four-week jobs into three- and four-day jobs. The company’s 11,000-square-foot Screw Machining Division is supplemented by a 8,000-square-foot Second Operations Division and a specialized CNC Division (partner Multi Machining Capabilities) located right next door. The 6,500-square-foot CNC building specializes in CNC Turning, CNC Milling, Engineering and Prototyping.
Some Of The Materials We Work With:
+Aluminum - 6061, 6262, 6063, 2024, 2011
+Steel - 12L14, 1215, 1018, 1045, 41L40, A512T-5 DOM, 1144 Fatigue-Proof, Seamless Structural Pipe, A-36 Angle, Dura-Bar
+Brass - 360, 260
+Bronze - 932, 954, 959
+Stainless Steel - 303, 304, 316, 317, 309, 321, 174 PH, 416, 409, 440
+Copper - 110, 145, 172
+Plastics - Teflon, Glass Re-enforced Teflon, Urethane, Acetron GP, Delrin 150, Nylon, UHMW (Polyethylene)
Elkins Machine & Tool Inc. offers a 510-square-foot, temperature-controlled quality control center, offering three optical comparatives with up to a 40-inch height gage. All gages are calibrated to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) standards and tracked by Gage Control.
The area includes a Sheffield CMM 20- by 36-inch with PC-DMIS, two systems of DataLyzer SPC programs, a Keyence IM-6120 (High-Resolution Image Measurement System), and a profiometer for surface measurements and is capable of performing PPAP (Production Part Approval Process). The Quality Control Laboratory also offers lot availability.
Year of foundation: 1972