Campbell Grinder offers a few “standard” grinding machine models, but over 80% of the grinding machines we build each year are customized. We’re not tied to a fixed set of castings. Instead we combine Finite Element Analysis (FEA), modular construction using rigid box sections, and hundreds of years of combined experience to create whatever grinding machine configuration best produces your parts. That might mean multiple grinding heads, automated tool changers, linear motors, a traveling column, a vertical configuration with creep-feed capability, or 20 feet of axis movement…You name it.
We’ll design and build your grinding machine from the ground up right here in Western Michigan, from the wiring to the door assembly, using industry best practices and an unfailing attention to detail. For example, we’ll use laser calibration to ensure that the guide rails in your grinding machine are straight to within 2 microns, even for travels of 90 inches or more.
It doesn’t matter if your part is smaller than a baseball or bigger than a railroad car…It doesn’t matter if your part has an HVOF coating or is made of a high-nickel superalloy, carbide, or glass…And it doesn’t matter if you’re in love with FANUC, tied to the Siemens control, or switching to Rockwell…Campbell Grinder will deliver the optimum solution.
It’s what Campbell Grinder does. It’s what Campbell Grinder has done since 1969.
If so Campbell Grinder Company builds the machine designed for the job. Just click on the photo to check out what machine models are right for you. Here at Campbell Grinder Company innovation and multi-functional capability is our specialty: Not only do these machines all Grind but many can Turn, Mill, Drill, Probe and depending on the model they can Creep Feed Grind, Conventional Grind, and also Superabrasive Grind. Depending on the model these machines can ID grind, OD grind, taper grind, form grind, grind radial slots, grind arcs, grind faces and many other surfaces.