At Radax Industries, we're experts in providing highly precise, low-cost screw machining services for products that are used in a wide range of applications. Our Davenport and Acme screw machines are capable of slotting, broaching, rotary stamping, drilling, knurling, threading, turning, burnishing, and more. We also can conduct highly specialized threading processes such as roll-threading, floating tapping, thread grinding, and cut-thread chasing. We're able to handle parts lengths as short as 0.0625" and long as 4" achieving precision, tolerance requirements down to ±0.002. We've worked with outer diameters as small as 0.0312" and as large as 1-3/8". From broaching to slotting, we have the experience and talent required to accomplish practically any unique turning project.

Our multi-spindle, Davenport and ACME machines feature up to 6 spindles. We can automate our services with either continuous, high speed, or high-velocity machining processes, thereby scaling our production volumes accordingly. We've machined alloy steels, brass, carbide, iron, nickel, tin, titanium, lead, and others. We're also familiar with many exotic and precious metals used by industries today, from Hastelloy to 174PH. Our engineering capabilities help customers gain a competitive edge in their market through reduced cycle times and better surface finishes. We require only a 500 piece minimum and can handle almost any production capacity, from prototyping to blanket orders.

We employ seasoned, Six Sigma trained machinists who are well-versed in production efficiency. Using lean manufacturing methods, we minimize material waste and help to lower costs. Our entire organization, from machinist to CEO, are committed to lean manufacturing and best practices to continuously improve our services. We've supported industries including chemical, aerospace, defense, energy, fracking, communications, machine tools, nuclear, nano technology, oil & gas, and others. We're process oriented, conforming to industry standards by ISO, ANSI, ASME, MIL-SPEC, AWS, ASTM, CE, QS, RoHS, TS, SAE, and more. For additional information on our Davenport and Acme screw machining capabilities, please contact us or refer to the table below.
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Processes (General Capabilities)

N/A Boring Drilling Knurling Reaming Turning

Processes (Special Capabilities)

N/A Rotary Broaching Rotary Stamping Slotting

Processes (Threading)

N/A Cut-Thread Chasing Floating Tapping Roll-Threading Secondary Thread Grinding Thread Rolling

Machinery Axis Spindles

N/A 3 4 5 6

Equipment Capabilities

N/A Multi-Spindle

Automation Capabilities

N/A Continuous Machining High-Speed Machining High-Velocity Machining

Materials (Metals)

N/A Alloy Steels Aluminum Beryllium Brass Bronze Alloys Carbide Carbon Steel Cobalt Copper Iron Lead Magnesium Molybdenum Nickel Palladium Stainless Steel Tin Titanium Tungsten Zinc

Materials (Exotic and Precious Metals)

N/A Gold Hastelloy to 174PH Inconel® Invar® Iridium Kovars Molybdenum Monel® Niobium Palladium Platinum Silver Superalloys Tantalum

Tolerance (±)

N/A 0.002 inPrecision

Additional Capabilities

N/A Reverse Engineering

Equipment List (Optional)

N/A ACME Gridley Machines (AG6) Davenport Screw Machines (55 Machines)

Lead Times

N/A Up to 4 wEmergency Services Available Quoted on Job by Job Basis Rush Services Available


N/A Black Belt Six Sigma Certification Green Belt Six Sigma Certification Kiazen/5S Lean Manufacturing Six Sigma Certification Yellow Belt Six Sigma Certification

Part Length

Minimum Part Length

N/A 0.0625 in

Maximum Part Length

N/A 4 in

Outer Diameter

Minimum Outer Diameter

N/A 0.0312 in

Maximum Outer Diameter

N/A 1-3/8 in

Production Volume

Minimum Production Volume (Pieces)

N/A 500

Production Volume

N/A Blanket Orders High Volume Low Volume Prototype

Additional Information

Industry Focus

N/A Aerospace Agricultural & Farming Appliance Commercial Appliance Residential Architecture Auto/Truck/Transportation Automation Automotive Biomedical Biopharmaceutical Biotechnology Building & Construction Chemical Chemical Manufacturing Chemical Processing Commercial Communications Computer and Electronics Construction Consumer Goods Cosmetics Cryogenic Dairy Defense Industry Dental Department of Defense (DOD) Department of Energy (DOE) Electrical Electronics Food & Beverage Food Handling Food Processing Food Production Fracking Genetics Government Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Heavy Equipment Highway Department of Transportation (DOT) Home Home Furnishing Household Hydraulics Ice Making Industrial Injection Molding Laboratory Laundry Liquid Propane Machine Tools Machinery Manufacturing Marine Material Handling & Processing Medical Medical Devices Military Mining Molding Municipal Nano Technology Manufacturing Natural Gas Nuclear Oil & Gas Pipeline Oil Field Oil, Gas, & Petroleum Exploration Oil, Gas, & Petroleum Extraction Optical Packaging Packaging & Converting Paper Mill Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Plumbing Pneumatics Power Generation Alternative Energy Power Generation Coal Power Generation Natural Gas (NG) Power Generation Nuclear Power Generation Solar Power Generation Wind Printing Printing & Publishing Process Gases Pulp & Paper Pulp Manufacturing Pumps Railroad Recreational Research Residential Restaurant Retail Robotics Semiconductor Specialty Machinery Telecommunications Textile Tool & Die Transportation Turf & Garden Universities & Learning Institutions Vacuum Electronics Waste Management Wastewater Water & Wastewater Treatment

Industry Standards

N/A ANSI (American National Standards Institute) AS (Aerospace Industry Standard) ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) AWS (American Welding Society) CE (The CE mark (officially CE marking) is a mandatory conformity mark on many products placed on the single market in the European Economic Area (EEA).) CSA (Canadian Standards Association) DOT(Department of Transportation) FDA (Food and Drug Administration) ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Mil-Spec (Military Specifications) NADCAP (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) QS (QS is a quality standard developed by the Automotive Industries.) RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances (Compliant)) SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) TS (Technical Specifications, used with ISO)

File Formats

N/A AlphaCAM (AMD, ATD) AutoCAD (DWG, DWZ) BMP (Bit Mapped Graphics) Catia (CATDrawing, CATPart) Delcam (DGK, DMT) DXF (Drawing Interchange Format, or Drawing Exchange Format) GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) IGES (Initial Graphics Exchange Specification, ANSI file Format) Inventor (IDW, IPT) IronCAD (ICD, ICS) JPG or JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) MasterCam (MDX, MC8, MC9, SET) PDES (Product Data Exchange using STEP, Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data. A standard format for exchanging data between advanced CAD and CAM programs.) PDF (Portable Document Format) Pro-E or Pro/Engineer (DRW, PRT, XPR) SAT (3D ACIS Model File) SolidEdge (DFT) SolidWorks (SLDPRT, SLDDRW, SLDDRT) STEP (Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data) SurfCam (DSN) TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) TurboCAD (TCW, TCX) Unigraphics (PRT)