Thread Rolling

Thread Rolling Makes Your Fasteners Stronger

Thread Rolling Makes Your Fasteners Stronger

Are you looking for a thread rolling shop to shape your precision threaded components with exceptional tensile, shear, and fatigue strength? Consider us and get a quote.

Why? Because you get more than 60 years of skill, experience, and know-how in delivering precision external rolled threads.

Thread Rolling Versus Thread Cutting

A rolled thread is stronger than a cut one because the process changes its physical properties by cold forging. The procedure supplants the part’s malleable material with hardened steel die formed to thread size and form.

Unlike the weakening effect of cutting threads that remove material, thread rolling moves molecules into the thread form, making it dense to improve quality and strength. Burnishing the steel dies produces a superior micro-finish that reduces wear and extends the life of your fastener.

We use thread rolling to form a range of components including—

  • fasteners
  • aerospace bolts
  • fittings
  • fluid connectors
  • nuts
  • setscrews
  • screws
  • tie rods
  • custom fasteners

Thread Rolling

Our Thread Rolling Capabilities

We are United Centerless Grinding & Thread Rolling, serving more than 500 customers across the United States in aerospace, medical, armament, commercial, automotive, military, and marine industries. We specialize in both centerless grinding and thread rolling services.

Experience in the thread rolling process is essential to making your fastener strong and precise. That’s why we mastered the technology in 1960 and continue to specialize in aerospace thread rolling. Today our customers turn to us for thread rolling troubleshooting because of our extensive engineering experience in the industry.

As an ISO 9001 compliant shop, our quality assurance team monitors and measures tolerances throughout the thread rolling process to meet your critical specifications and quality documentation.

Our services include—

  • precision thread rolling
  • standard pitches and metric
  • range size #0 (ott) to 1-1/8″
  • 4″ length capacity
  • J form, metric, and left-hand threads
  • AS8879, AS7742, AS7452 thru AS7481 which requires destructive lab testing
  • knurling

Our capabilities include—

  • wide range of sizes and dimensions
  • computer process planning
  • ISO 9001 compliant
  • stainless steels, nickel alloys, carbon steels, and titanium along with other space-age metals

We form your component based on your thread rolling specification.

Get Your Quote

Use our simple contact form or call either—

  • 860-289-2987
  • 888-570-9496 toll-free