These pharmaceutical manufacturing tools were produced for a major pharmaceutical manufacturer. The materials are machined from stainless steel, composite, and plastics.
This is a typical mill/turn project for Green River Precision. It is often more cost effective, especially for low volume projects, to divide this work between a turning center and a machining center.
These billet steel cams were developed as replacement parts for an all-out road racing effort in a stock engine block. The billet steel cam cores are machined form 4140, which has been gundrilled. After subsequent heat treating and grinding operations these cams powered to a class win at the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
These light weight tool steel valve spring retainers were developed in conjunction with one of our technology partners. They offer superior wear to titanium and approximately 30% weight reduction compared to chrome-moly steel retainers.
This wheel was produced for a custom V-Twin motorcycle for Three Spires Customs. The planetary gear train is fully functional, giving the appearance that the wheel is supported by the gear train when rolling.