Advanced Machine & Engineering

2500 Latham St
Rockford,  IL  61103-3972

United States
815-962-6076
http://www.ame.com
  • Booth: 5843

At Advance Machine & Engineering (AME) we continually look for innovative ways to improve our products and services, and you’ll see the results in every corner of our organization—in our processes, strategic alliances, our staff and, most importantly, in the high-quality, precision engineered components.

AME engineers and technicians always have access to the most progressive technologies in the machining industry. Today our 150,000 square foot facility includes CNC turning machines, machining centers, boring mills, grinding machines and inspection equipment to fully manufacture and validate parts of any size with a massive CMM.

A driving force for American manufacturing, AME supports the manufacturing resurgence with lines of manufactured products. Leveraging our European roots, we have looked for strategic alliances with industry leaders overseas so we can quickly bring new capabilities to your workplace in the US.


 Products

  • Inverted Stud Ball Element Allows Full 5-Sided Mac
    Advanced Machine & Engineering’s (AME) new patent-pending inverted stud ball element allows full, five-sided profile machining that decreases overall machine time for a variety of industries including aerospace, medical, and automotive....

  • This self-aligning fixture element (S.A.F.E.) features: 

    • A ball element that has 6 degrees of rotation in any direction. 
    • Swiveling ball element contact pads that allow less internal stresses for bent or angled parts requiring clamping for machining.
    • Viton O-Ring protection that prevents penetration of chips and coolant within the ball element system guaranteeing long life. 
    • Fixed and adjustable threaded ball element heights. 
    • Fixed Press Fit ball element heights for locating and positioning. 
    • Custom sizes available upon request.

    The ball element and stud combination provides a one-component design for stress-free clamping by conforming right to the part that is being machined. 

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