IPMI uses gear hob technology to manufacture splines on an array of shafts, in addition to a number of other applications. The process of gear hobbing is perfect for cutting shafts in one pass without spline relief and can be repeated with excellent precision, making it a reliable and fast method for shaft and gear production.
IPMI works with a vast array of materials to fit your specific application.
- Carbon & Alloy Steel
- Stainless Steel
- Hardened Materials
Gear hobbing is a distinctive process that differs from milling in that both the cutting tool and the workpiece move in a precise synchronization to create the desired cut. Gear hobbing is a popular process for cutting splines and sprockets, as well as creating spur and helical gears.
Known for our capability to produce precision machined parts in either a high or low volume environment, IPMI has expertise from rapid prototyping through mass production. Utilizing modern, high-speed machines and automation, IPMI delivers high quality parts at very competitive prices.
Our team is experienced in the areas of reverse engineering, first article inspection (FAI) and 3D measurement, including probing and laser line scanning.
We fully coordinate and manage any required outside processes, such as plating, surface finishing, heat treating and painting.
Specializing in precision machined components and custom parts.
IPMI Manufacturing and Engineering is a leading precision CNC machine shop in the Kansas City area. IPMI offers a variety of custom, close tolerance precision machining services, including CNC milling and CNC turning as well as drawing and modeling services with SolidWorks, Mastercam and PolyWorks software.