Stoffel Polygon Systems provides precision CNC Milling Services for polygon prototypes and components. Our industrial polygons offer increased strength, increased lifespan, and higher connectivity for applications such as aerospace gear systems, oil industry couplings, and thread rolling components for steel mills.
Our CNC Lathe Services are ideal for a wide range of complex industries and applications where unique shapes and specifications are required. The team will work with you to find the best options for your latest projects. We have the capabilities to manufacture and supply standard and custom polygons in an extensive range of materials such as aluminum, carbon steel, copper, and plastics.
Our team has the industry knowledge to deliver the exact components you need when you need them. Get in touch with us today to discuss your latest project.
Process & Capabilities
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) milling is a precision machining process that can create complex and customized components. Using computerized controls and rotating multi-point cutting tools, material is progressively removed from the workpiece, making it ideal for prototyping and smaller production runs.
At Stoffel Polygon Systems, our CNC Milling Services have the capability of handling a wide range of materials and component specifications. Some of our capabilities include:
- Vertical milling: We have 3 HAAS CNC Vertical Mills
- Horizontal milling: We have 1 HAAS CNC Horizontal Mill
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Our Primary capabilities are manufacturing parts for either prototype or production purposes, and especially integrating POLYGON DRIVE CONNECTIONS onto current or new parts. Engineering consultation is provided to help our customers maximize their design by using the best polygon connection for their application.
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Industries Stoffel Polygon Services
What is a Polygon
Kinematically ground polygonal shapes have been used as drive connections for more than 45 years. What is now referred to as Polygon Systems was developed by Fortunawerke, Stuttgart, West Germany, who patented a grinding machine capable of producing matched polygonal shaft and bore diameters.Learn More