Machine Shop - Green Bay, WI
Krueger Sentry Gauge offers a range of machining services. Machining encompasses the various processes implemented to cut raw material into a desired final shape and size. The processes are collectively referred to as subtractive manufacturing.
Krueger Sentry Gauge specializes in several machining services, including:
- Shaft Work
- Collet & Bar Feed Work
- Machining of Specialty Bushings
At Krueger Sentry Gauge, we take pride in our ability to meet customer specifications. Our ability to customize along with our flexibility set us apart from our competitors. We can perform machining runs from single parts up to 500 parts. We can turn long shafts from 1/2” to 3 1/2” in diameter and parts under 6” 1/8” to 8”. We can mill parts up to 36” long 20” wide and 12” thick. Other machinable materials include:
- 303 Stainless Steel
- 304 Stainless Steel
- 316 Stainless Steel
- 316L Stainless Steel
At Krueger Sentry Gauge, our expert technicians and over 65 years of experience have earned us the respect and trust of many high-profile clients in a variety of industries. These industries include oil & gas, semiconductor, government/military, agriculture, medical, food, fitness and aerospace.
Machine Shop Equipment
- Okuma MC-V4020
- Clausing 6BVSCNC40
- Alliant Manual Milling Machine with Digital Read Out
- DMG Mori NLX 2500 with Y-axis and sub-spindle
- More Seiki NLX 2500Y
- Okuma Captain L370
- Clausing Colchester Lathe
Milling & Drilling
Krueger Sentry Gauge is equipped with a full machine shop which offers milling services in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Our selection of turning machines allows us to execute both high volume production runs of 500 parts as well as one-piece projects to customer driven specifications.
At Krueger Sentry Gauge, our expert technicians and over 75+ years of experience uniquely suit us to meet the needs of our customers.
Krueger Sentry Gauge offers welding services in the Wisconsin area. This is a fabrication process that uses high heat to join materials together before allowing them to cool which causes fusion.