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Swiss Screw Machining2018-06-21T19:05:39+00:00

Swiss-Screw Machining

Crescent Industries manufactures precision Swiss screw machined components. We offer these services for either finished product or as inserts for the insert molding process. Our Swiss-screw machining capabilities allow us to support a broad array of materials and industries we serve. Our capabilities allow for larger diameter bar stocks (up to 3″) available in a variety of materials which include Monel™, Brass, Molybdenum, Copper, Plastics, Nickel/Nickel Alloy, Titanium, Bronze, Aluminum and Stainless Steel.

High-Precision
Production Machining

Crescent Industries utilizes CNC automated equipment and highly skilled journeymen and machinists to produce custom and complex precision components. Our equipment includes several horizontal and vertical CNC machining centers, Die-Sink EDM’s, Wire EDM and a 3 Axis/2Axis machining center with a rotary table and capabilities for tombstones and automatic tool changer which achieves extended machining hours and continuous operation. We have invested in CMMs which are located in our tooling facility to perform quality inspections during the machining process to verify precision and accuracy.

  • Laser-Etching

  • Annodizing

  • Plating

  • Passivation

  • Deburring

  • Assembly & Packaging

Industries Served

High-surface finishes & tight-tolerances for critical components and products…
  • Military & Defense

  • Electronics

  • Dental

  • Medical & Pharma

  • Industrial

  • Aerospace

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Insert
Molding

Insert Molding reduces assembly and labor costs, reduces the size and weight of the part, improves component reliability and delivers improved part strength and structure with enhanced design flexibility by incorporating metal and plastics or multiple combinations of materials and components into a single part.  The process makes use of engineering plastics for improved wear resistance, tensile strength and weight reduction as well as using metallic materials for strength and conductivity.

Applications

Inserts can be molded into a diverse range of critical plastic components. These components can be used in housings, instruments, knobs and electrical components. Which can be utilized in the medical, defense, aerospace, electronics/electrical, industrial and consumer markets.

  • Magnets

  • Screws

  • Studs

  • Contacts

  • Spring Contacts

  • Surface Mount Pads

  • Rivets

  • Threaded-Fasteners

  • Clips

  • Pins

  • Bushings

  • Tubes

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Secondary Operations

  • Device Assembly

  • Product Packaging

  • CNC Machining

  • Laser Engraving

  • Pad Printing

  • Ultra-Sonic Welding

  • EMI or RFI Shielding

  • Heat-Staking Inserts

  • Solvent or UV Bonding

  • Ultra-Sonic Cleaning

  • Cap-Lining

  • Annealing

  • Vacuum/Pressure Testing

  • Sterilization

  • Silk Screening

Crescent’s Core Capabilities

Molding

Molding presses ranging from 35 tons – 385 tons with state of the art equipment and robotic integration for:
Medical Injection Molding
Military & Defense Industry
Custom Injection Molding

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Tooling

Single-cavity to complex 96 multi-cavity tools including documented tool transfer process & scheduled preventative maintenance programs. Our In-House capabilities offer complete solutions.

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Value-Added

Offering a comprehensive range of skilled labor, collaborative robots and automation. Our kitting and value add services lead the industry with solutions for complex assembly projects.

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Engineering

Single-source solutions from concept into production with 3D Printing, tool & part design and dedicated R&D Machinery. Our Project Management team collaborates, coordinates, communicates, and executes.

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Manufacturing Needs?

Entire Engineering Solutions!
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Blog & News

4 Keys to Sourcing Quality and Cost Effective Medical Injection Molding

Taking a Total Cost of Ownership analysis approach to anticipate the direct and indirect life cycle costs when selecting the right injection molding company is the best business practice to select the most cost effective and reliable molding company to partner with.

Strategies for Outsourcing Your Next Plastic Device or Medical Component

Moving production of an injection molded part to an outside vendor is a big step—but one which can reap large long-term cost savings and other supply chain benefits. To help OEMs ensure a smooth and positive outsourcing transition, we’ve compiled a few tips, drawn from our decades of experience.

Crescent Delivers Multiple Wins Through Value-Added Operations for Cleanroom Manufacturing

A Major Pharmaceutical Packaging Company Initially Turns to Crescent for Smoother Logistics—But Comes Away with A Whole Lot More

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