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Challenge MET™

Challenge Met™ is more than a portfolio of our work. It’s how we measure the results and solutions we achieve for our customers. Here are just a few examples:

Multiple, critical flatness and parallelism tolerances with a #4 finish

Multiple, critical flatness and parallelism tolerances with a #4 finish

A customer in the metrology industry was launching a new product for high-precision surface measurement, and needed a cosmetically-appealing, tight-tolerance calibration plate. Product requirements included...

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Two prism mounts, on different mounting angles, to size and true position tolerances of <0.001”

Two prism mounts, on different mounting angles, to size and true position tolerances of <0.001”

An advanced optics customer had a prototype design that included one barrel with two prism mounting pockets that needed to be on different angles and positioned exactly. The part had a combination of tightly-toleranced features that included...

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Fully inspect existing thread core and produce replacements to exact specs on a tight deadline

Fully inspect existing thread core and produce replacements to exact specs on a tight deadline

This injection molding customer provided an existing detail from their operating mold, as well as a part drawing and shrink factor. Monsees Technical Services completed a full inspection, and made note of areas where wear and galling compromised those measurements...

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Produce cam barrel assembly prototype to tight specifications, produce at 20% cost savings

Produce cam barrel assembly prototype to tight specifications, produce at 20% cost savings

This optics industry customer placed this project with Monsees Group after struggling to achieve necessary tolerances at quoted costs from another supplier. Monsees’ challenge was to produce parts to the higher standard set, while meeting the previous supplier’s costs...

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Die assembly to hold and cut a single sheet of 0.001” thick Mylar plastic on a production line

Die assembly to hold and cut a single sheet of 0.001” thick Mylar plastic on a production line

A custom production machinery industry client had an untested die design, and brought Monsees Group engineers on-site to discuss design and feasibility. After incorporating a number of recommended changes in design, and confirming anticipated requirements with our team...

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Critical objective housing for an advanced optical assembly, from prototype to production

Critical objective housing for an advanced optical assembly, from prototype to production

An advance optics client consulted Monsees Group on initial design for a new optical assembly, including the objective housing, which had several required customer interface points and tight tolerances specified relative to the optical centerline. Our Custom Machining team...

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