MAM Tech Address


Specializing in CNC and Manual Precision Machine Tools
Mechanical Alignment
Laser Alignment
Laser Calibration
BallBar Analysis

On-Site Laser Measurement Services – In Your Shop, On Your Machine

Laser Alignment, Laser Calibration, BallBar Analysis
By
Hands-On Experienced Professionals
Quality Service, Quick Response, Nationwide; Since 1982

 

Measurement & Machine Technology Know How

We excel when it comes to Machine Tool Alignment and Laser Calibration, with 30+ years of hands on experience we can bring your "OLD" machine tool back to life with "LIKE NEW" or better than "NEW" conditions; we perform all the necessary mechanical & electrical / electronic adjustments necessary to optimize your machine tool, regardless of the manufacturer. In extreme cases we will when asked undertake the total geometry rebuild of your machine On-Site; saving you money and more importantly time with minimal disruption to your operation allowing you to overlook the entire project and see for yourself the progress first hand.

We are a small company with large company's resources. Through strategic alliances, affiliations, and just plain cooperation we can deliver whatever your company may need in the area of precision machine tool services.

We are completely portable and bring to your site the necessary men and equipment to complete our task.

If we can measure it; we can fix it!

Ball Screw Thermal Growth

Thermal growth of your ball screw can wreak havoc with your finished part accuracy. Variation of machining accuracy during normal operation can be caused by length deformation or "Thermal Growth" of your ball screw. If you are constantly editing your program, work coordinates or tool offset during your work day; you might just have a ball screw that needs to be re-tensioned.  If you have the skilled manpower, I have included a basic procedure to do the ball screw tensioning yourself. If however you do not have available maintenance technicians we would welcome the opportunity to do it and laser calibrate your machine as well.

Do It Yourself Self-Test

When you have questions about why your machine is producing scrap you need some basic information about the condition of the machine itself. You can machine a "Master Template" that you can inspect and try to make sense out of what is causing scrap parts. Our "Self-Test" procedure, outlined here might be a place to get started; when you decide to have the machine aligned and calibrated we would appreciate an opportunity to help

Evaluation Procedure of Precision Machine Tools - COMING SOON