Quality & Consistency

a mechanical component, which appears to be part of a gear system. Notable features include a toothed section that is likely part of a smaller gear or pinion. This interacts with larger gears or racks to transmit rotational force. There are also several holes, probably for mounting or securing this component within a larger assembly. The surface is highly polished, indicating precision engineering, which is typical in industries requiring high reliability and performance, like aerospace or automotive sectors. The quality of machining suggests that this is a component designed for high-stress environments, where precision and durability are crucial.We are a process-driven company. Although we are certified AS9100 (an audited standard governing quality for the top performing companies in manufacturing) we like to think that we hold ourselves to a higher standard when it comes to quality.

Lee’s Enterprises doesn’t just meet the requirements for AS9100, we exceed them. Our enhanced processes help us to optimize our resources.

Quality is built in to the process

We document our procedures, constantly improve and build quality into the entire manufacturing process. This exceptional documentation drives consistency and repeatability. Quality isn’t just inspected in after the part is manufactured, it’s built in to every step of manufacturing. 

Our quality manager, who is also a trained machinist, participates in the planning of job workflow. This involvement  leads to consistent procedures and processes, increasing productivity and on-time delivery.  

Specialized inspection equipment

We also have two CNC CMMs which are not found in most manufacturing facilities.  These specialized CMMs are made to analyze the unique qualities of manufactured gears.

  • 2009 PECo ND430 CNC Gear Analyzer CMM
  • MITUTOYO Crysta Apex 7106 CNC CMM with Gear Analysis Software and CATIA translator

Contact us today to find out more.