FSG 34 metalworking machinery
Here at ASAP Aviation Procurement for management purposes, each Federal Supply Code is used to distinguish a group of products into logical families. The Federal Supply Group 34 is comprised of a broad range of woodworking equipment.
Within this Group 34, we are capable of providing a comprehensive selection of Federal Supply Codes, such as:
FSC 3405 – Saws and Filing Machines
Saws and filing machines allow workers to deburr metal products and remove imperfections. Although most filing nowadays is done via automated machines, skilled filing was once a cornerstone of being a skilled metal worker.
FSC 3408 – Machining Centers and Way Type Machines
Machining centers describe milling and drilling machines that usually incorporate automatic tool chargers and a table that clamps the metal work into place. The defining feature of each machining center is the orientation of the spindle. Vertical spindles are utilized in precision metal work, horizontal spindles are used to produce higher quantities, and a five-axis machining center can work at varied orientations.
FSC 3410 – Electrical and Ultrasonic Erosion Machines
Electrical and ultrasonic erosion machines involve a vibrating tool that oscillates at ultrasonic frequencies that is used to remove excess material from metalwork. Erosion machines are unique in that they produce very little heat, making them ideal for working with harder materials.
FSC 3411 – Boring Machines
Boring machines are used to make larger holes out of smaller holes using a single point cutting tool. The main benefit of boring machines is that they make it easy to estimate accurate diameters.
FSC 3412 – Broaching Machines
Broaching machines possess a toothed tool called a broach that is to remove excess material. Two of the most common varieties of broaching machines are linear machines and rotary machines. The main benefit of broaching machines is that all the work is completed in one pass of the machine.
FSC 3413 – Drilling and Tapping Machines
Drilling machines are used to make precision cuts in metal, while tapping machines are used to make connections in in pipes and tanks without shutting down the operation.
FSC 3414 – Gear Cutting and Finishing Machines
Gear cutting machines are exactly what they sound like in that they are machines that create metal gears. Finishing machines, otherwise known as sanders or polishers, are used to create a smooth finish on metal products
FSC 3415 – Grinding Machines
Grinding machines utilize wheels made of stone, diamond or inorganic materials to produce fine finished and precision cuts. Non-abrasive wheels are used in finishing metalwork while abrasive wheels are used to make cuts.
- FSC 3416 – Lathes
- FSC 3417 – Milling Machines
- FSC 3418 – Planers and Shapers
- FSC 3419 – Miscellaneous Machine Tools
- FSC 3422 – Rolling Mills and Drawing Machines
- FSC 3424 – Metal Heat Treating and Non Thermal Treating Equipment
- FSC 3426 – Metal Finishing Equipment
- FSC 3431 – Electric Arc Welding Equipment
- FSC 3432 – Eelectric Resistance Welding Equipment
- FSC 3433 – Gas Welding Heat Cutting And Metalizing Equipment
- FSC 3436 – Welding Positioners And Manipulators
- FSC 3438 – Miscellaneous Welding Equipment
- FSC 3439 – Miscellaneous Welding Soldering and Brazing Supplies And Accessories
- FSC 3441 – Bending and Forming Machines
- FSC 3442 – Hydraulic and Pneumatic Presses Power Driven
- FSC 3443 – Mechanical Presses Power Driven
- FSC 3444 – Manual Presses
FSC 3445 – Punching and Shearing Machines
Punching and shearing machines are used to shape metal without creating chips or using heat. There are several types shearing operations including blanking, piercing, roll slitting, and trimming. Punching machines are used to punch holes or stamps into metal work.
FSC 3446 – Forging Machine and Hammers
Forging is a metalworking process that involves shaping metal using localized compressive forces. The forging process utilizes hammer blows to shape the metal.
FSC 3447 – Wire and Metal Ribbon Forming Machines
Wire and metal ribbon forming machines involve uncoiling metal wires and cutting them into straight and usable lengths. Ribbon forming machines are similar in function except they are utilized to form thick metal ribbons as opposed to wire.
FSC 3448 – Riveting Machines
Riveting machines function by squeezing together rivets to join materials. There are a wide variety of different types of riveting machines including impact, orbital, rollerform, radial, and automatic.
FSC 3449 – Miscellaneous Secondary Metal Forming and Cutting Machines
The main machine used in the metal spinning lathe machine. Metal spinning involves uses a high speed rotating disc or tube to shape metal over an existing shape.
FSC 3450 – Machine Tools Portable
Tools found within the portable machine tools category include abravise cutting machines, drilling machines, slotters and shapers. The central advantage of portable machine tools is they they can be easily relocated.
- FSC 3455 – Cutting Tools for Machine Tools
- FSC 3456 – Cutting and Forming Tools for Secondary Metalworking Machinery
- FSC 3460 – Machine Tool Accessories
- FSC 3461 – Accessories for Secondary Metalworking Machinery
- FSC 3465 – Production Jigs Fixtures and Template
- FSC 3470 – Machine Shop Sets Kits and Outfits
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