We manufacture a full range of Microfinishing solutions from
flexible machines designed for low volume, high accuracy components
through to dedicated OEM solutions and production rates.
IMPCO developed the world’s first automated crankshaft Microfinishing machine in 1947. Having been the first over 80 years ago, IMPCO continues to set the standard in Microfinishing process quality and system development. Supported through our global R&D facilities, IMPCO continues to reinvest in the Microfinishing process, machine tool technology, and its personnel development.read more
Achieving the most demanding specifications in today’s industry, and leading the advancement of Microfinishing technology, IMPCO has developed a process to improve critical functional surfaces on many flight control applications including actuators and shafts as well as operation-critical fuel system pump applications.read more
At IMPCO we believe in the application of technology and know-how to offer our customers world leading solutions. We manufacture a full range of Microfinishing solutions from flexible machines designed for low volume, high accuracy components through to dedicated OEM solutions and production rates. We have developed the GBQ Microfinishing process in response to our customer demands.read more
Established in 1937, IMPCO developed and introduced the first ‘automated’ crankshaft microfinishing machine in 1948 that polished main and pin bearings on an 8-cylinder automotive crankshaft. Since then, the company, through its internal R&D department, has engaged in continuous product development to ensure its microfinishing (superfinishing) solutions improve customer product quality and functionality in every application.
Our industry leading Worldstar series of machines allow consistent process generation from one component to the next. Our ergonomic design for operators makes way for efficient tool and tape changes from a single location at the front of the machine. Integral with every machine is the IMPCO know-how on Microfinishing process and continued investment into the technology.
Our state of the art Research and Development facility allows process development on components utilizing standard and optimized cutting media. Our ability to generate functional surfaces on key component features, allows the process to be evaluated and optimized efficiently. We have the ability to create process either for limited productions runs or higher volumes.