Jig grinding is a specialized form of precision grinding used to produce highly accurate holes, contours and surfaces on a wide variety of workpieces. This machining process utilizes a grinding machine known as a jig grinder and is often used when sub-micron level form and positioning accuracy is required in both die and mold tooling and precision components.
The key advantage of jig grinding is its ability to achieve extremely tight tolerances and complex geometries that are challenging to achieve with other grinding methods. Jig grinding is commonly used in the production of molds, dies, and fixtures, as well as for finishing parts with intricate features, such as holes, pockets, and contoured surfaces.
With its ability to achieve exceptional accuracy and surface finishes, jig grinding remains a vital technique in industries where the highest level of precision is essential for the performance and functionality of the final products.