Screw machine

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One of a series of machines employed in the manufacture of wood screws.
A machine tool resembling a lathe, having a number of cutting tools that can be caused to act on the work successively, for making screws and other turned pieces from metal rods.

See also: Screw, Screw

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Grove manufactures a range of custom and standard catalog fittings, in addition to other screw machine products, sold into a wide range of hose products applications.
Grove manufactures a range of quality custom and standard catalog fittings in addition to other screw machine products sold into a wide range of hose products applications.
The company, which specializes in job shop manufacturing of precision screws, can manufacture precision screws and screw machine parts according to customer specifications.
"Previously, smaller pipe and profile applications would have required a conical twin screw machine. Now, PVC, WPC and other materials can be processed on this smaller parallel twin screw," says Mike Puhalla, general manager of Global Extrusion.
Billed as "The Magazine of Screw Machine Technology," the publication is put out by Gardner Publications, Inc.
Taglined "the magazine of screw machine technology," Gardner said the new title was launched in response to the "rapidly changing screw machine industry environment" with editorial focusing on precision machining of discrete parts and components in a manufacturing structure.
11 December 2015 - US-based investment firm Heartland Equity Partners has acquired Cass Screw Machine Products, of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, the firm said.
The first Advanced Operator Training course that was held, created by Davenport Machine and co-sponsored by the Precision Machine Products Association (PMPA)--the trade association representing the screw machine and precision turned parts industry--received outstanding reviews from class attendees.