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A general mechanics workshop with : CAO - CFAO, Computer assisted lathes and millings, spark erosion stamping and cuttings presses, forging mills and rammers, three threading machines (rolled threading), a water jet cutting machine, polishing band machines, tribofinition, TIG and MIG weldings, tapered and swaging machines, automatic drilling machines, etc... All this modern equipment allows ACMO to manufacturer, from conception to finish, either small or large quantities.

Selection of materials : Stainless steel 18.12 Mo (316L). Modern technologies, forging, stamping, rolled threaded wich improve the quality of the metal. Polishing processes : mechanical by abrasion, by bands with watering , by tribofinition, or if requested by hand. A follow up of products at each stage of the manufacturing and also after sales (30 years of experience in working with stainless steels, for parts and accessories in boating and building industries). ACMO guarantees the swagings "breaking of wires" , if these have been manufactured in our workshop. Tests can be conducted on our tensile-test bench of 36 meters and 20 tons in Glay.

ACMO primarily uses austenitic stainless steels current appellation 18-12 Mo (316L). This alloy with carbon is non-magnetic. it offers good mechanical caracteristics and an excellent resistance in all environments. However, minimum maintenance is occasionnaly necessary to eliminate surface deposits or stracks owing contacts with other steels.

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