About CNC Machining
Computer numerically controlled machining has surpassed traditional machining in applications such as manufacturing, fabrication, and industrial production. It could also use numerical coordinates and computational powers to achieve the same effect with the greatest precision. CNC machining uses Cartesian coordinates. These spatial coordinates appear in several different dimensions using coordinates and axes. The automation of cutting machines controls its cutting, boring, drilling, or other milling operations using the numerical control of a computer that reads coordinates. These coordinates are specified by an engineer in the product’s digital drawing and design.
CNC machining is a substrative process where material is removed from a block of material to create a desired shape. It uses computers to control the movement of machine tools, offering a number of advantages over other manufacturing processes, including increased accuracy, decreased setup time and the ability to machine a wider variety of materials.
Additionally, CNC machining allows greater flexibility in the design and construction of parts. This process can be used to produce prototypes or finished products, and is often used in the manufacturing of medical devices and aerospace components.
We Give the Best CNC Services
We are a custom CNC machining parts manufacturer that turns your product idea into any machined components you need.
We have been in business for over 10 years, and we have the experience and expertise to manufacture any machined part you can imagine. We use the latest CNC technology to manufacture our parts, so you can be sure you are getting the highest quality parts possible. We also have a wide range of materials available, so we can match the material to your specific application.
Our team of engineers and machinists have the experience and expertise to take your project from prototype to production.
We pride ourselves on our quality, precision, and customer service. Let us help you bring your product to life!
CNC Machining Applications
Some of the applications: CNC machined threaded holes
- CNC Rapid Tooling
- Machining – Gears
- Rapid Prototyping
- CNC Machining Services
- End-Use Production
Here are some guidelines for machine size:
- 5 Axis Machining up to 26″
- 4 Axis Machining up to 36″
- 3 Axis Machining up to 60″
- Dual Spindle Lathes with 32″ Swing, 18″ Max Diameter, and 8″ Chuck
- Wire EDM with a part depth of 18″
CNC machining is a subtractive process where a material is removed from a block of material to create a desired shape. It uses computers to control the movement of machines and tools and offers several advantages over other manufacturing processes, including increased accuracy, decreased setup time, and the ability to machine a wider variety of materials.
4 simple steps to our CNC machining order process
CNC machining uses subtractive processes, which means feedstock is machined to its final form by subtracting and removing material. Holes are drilled, lots and pathways are bored, and metal stock is shaped into new material with varying tapers, diameters, and shapes. Four simple steps to our CNC Machining order process are as follows:
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Quality inspection using hand metrology, laser, and CMM inspections can ensure that products meet all requirements and specifications.
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Additionally, CNC machining allows for greater flexibility in the design and construction of parts. This process can be used to produce prototypes or finished products, and is often used in the manufacture of medical devices and aerospace components.