John Prosock Machine Inc. constantly
evaluates and invests in the latest precision
machining technology to deliver parts of impressive
geometry to the most challenging customers from
OEMs, to medical and communication industries,
as well as mechanical and equestrian part productions.
From humble beginnings, John Prosock Machine has
become a viable and successful precision machining
company and now competes with other leading CNC
machine shops in PA to serve high-end business
in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware,
Maryland, and Wisconsin, Michigan, California, and outside the US in Canada.
of Tight Tolerances in CNC Machining
Today’s manufacturers demand tight tolerances
to ensure that their products or systems are assembled
easily and perform their required function with
minimal adjustment. Properly designed specifications
can reduce production time and costs to customers.
To machine parts that are complex
in terms of accuracy, machinability, and delivery
time, John Prosock utilizes advanced CNC precision
machining operations. John Prosock Machine Inc.
invested in revolutionary CNC equipment since
its inception to the market. Years of experience
in evaluating equipment has given us the know-how
to purchase the machines that meet and exceed
even the most challenging customer demands.
existing precision machining techniques
CNC machine companies are always searching for
better chipbreakers, geometries, and coating to
improve tolerances in precision machining and
John Prosock Machine is no exception. The integration
of thin-film diamond-coated inserts is just one
example of how John Prosock Machine is striving
to refine already superior techniques. A diamond’s
strength, low coefficient of friction, and excellent
thermal conductivity characteristics make diamond
indexible inserts ideal for numerous metal cutting
applications. The low coefficient of friction
helps chips move across the various faces of the
insert smoothly and discourages material buildup
on the cutting edge and insert body.
to enhance precision machining
CNC, or computer numerical control, is relatively
new and improvements are still regularly being
introduced. John Prosock utilizes state-of-the-art
CNC controls to avoid resonance in the machine
and to improve axis and coordination functions
for better precision machining. As the world of
control technology evolves so does John Prosock
Buying the right tools, refining
existing techniques, and finding ways to machine
parts to more rigid standards is what sets John
Prosock Machine Inc. apart from the competition.
John Prosock equips the shop with 11 mills, 14
lathes, a screw machine and multi-axis lathe, and staffs some of the best machinists
the industry has to offer. When the precision
of these machines combines with the dedication
of our employees, John Prosock Machine customers
end up with parts of consistent accuracy and the
guarantee that extreme attention to detail has
been taken into consideration.