Total Grinding Solutions (TGS) specializes in lathing training.
We are a worldwide manufacturer of CNC centerless grinders. Backed by a team of experts with over 150 years of combined industry experience, TGS designs and builds precise, affordable and reliable centerless grinding equipment that offers quick payback and low cost of ownership.
We provide cradle-to-grave lathing training service, including exemplary customer service when ordering, installing, testing, training and maintaining your TGS products.
We work closely with our lathing training customers to ensure the right fit with the right need. In a market crowded with everything from high-cost grinders to entry-level models, our equipment stands out for top quality, value and service.
For additional TGS centerless grinding machine details, visit our machine specs, controls, parts and components, training, preventive maintenance, automation, quality control, test report, or warranty details.
To assist customers to increase production rates and efficiencies, TGS offers complete automation systems for its centerless grinding machines, including gantry-style systems, vibratory bowl feeders, hopper feeders, roller conveyors, belt conveyors, in-process gaging, post-process gaging and a wide variety of robotics.
Our lathing training can process all types of materials, such as ceramic, plastic, steel, aluminum, carbide, titanium, powder metal, cast iron, PCD, stainless steel, PTFE, tungsten and more.
Our machines have proven effective for all types of industries, such as automotive and trucks, medical, oil and gas, fuel injection, fastener, aircraft and aerospace, military and defense, transmission, cutting tools, heavy equipment, bearings, electronics, industrial and more.
In addition to lathing training we provide all needed assemblies, components, accessories and spare parts.
Why choose TGS?
Dan Geddes and company partner Joe Giacalone, founders of Total Grinding Solutions of Warren, Michigan, are the brains behind the development of the TGS machine. With a combined 75 years of grinding experience, Geddes and Giacalone made it their goal to design and build a robust centerless grinder that would be precise and would boast the technological innovations of the best machines on the market. The key was to engineer this machine with the latest state-of-the-art features, but to sell it at a very moderate cost. "We applied our hands-on grinding experience with our in-depth knowledge of grinders and set out to design a quality centerless grinder that could handle even highest-volume production runs with extreme accuracy and consistency," says Giacalone. "We were looking to produce a more economical, more precision-based solution. We know what works, and we were determined to 'build a better mousetrap,'" adds Geddes.
We are based in southeastern Michigan and provide lathing training internationally. We have customers in every state in the USA, including our neighboring states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.
Contact us now for your lathing training consultation!
Whatever your lathing training concern, the TGS team of grinder experts will partner with you to solve your challenge.
Our TGS engineers are aware of the increasingly competitive lathing training manufacturing environment and design our equipment with the quality of the higher-priced competition while still accommodating most budgets.
We can suggest auxiliary equipment and upgrades that will increase production rates and lathing training efficiency.
Download our brochure for more information about our lathing training.
Making a major lathing training purchase is a decision with long-term ramifications for any business. When it comes to centerless grinders, assemblies and components, and maintenance and repairs, you need everything to perform at the highest level of precision and efficiency.
At TGS we believe the initial sale is just the beginning of our relationship. Our goal is to provide cradle-to-grave service that ensures our customers lathing training will operate for a lifetime of peak performance. That includes training for machine operators, preventative maintenance, machine parts inventory and service.