Modern technology has certainly made an impact in the machining manufacturing world with automated processes. But one process still done manually at Bardons & Oliver is precision scraping To be able to hone a piece of metal to perfect flatness takes experience, skill, and talent. It is, in essence, an art. Bardons & Oliver’s very own Jeff Nosky has that skill.
We’ve all been told that if we want to succeed in life and in business, that taking pride in what we do is of critical importance. There is a certain thrill that comes from doing something right not just doing something “good enough”.
The average human hair measures between .003” and .006”. Now picture a 50” OD with a +/-.001 tolerance. Impressive, correct? Now consider that a 5 degree temperature difference between the part and the piece of inspection equipment used to measure it would throw off the reading by about .0015.