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Precision Custom CNC Milling Services for Metal and Plastic Components

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We are excited to inform you about our CNC machining services, which cater to the production of both metal and plastic prototypes as well as full-scale production parts. Our expertise encompasses working with a diverse range of materials, including Aluminum, Brass, Copper, and Stainless Steel for metal components, as well as POM and Nylon for plastic parts.

Our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with advanced technology that allows us to provide a comprehensive suite of CNC machining services. This includes precision milling and turning operations, tailored to meet the exact specifications of your projects.

Utilizing our sophisticated 3, 4, and 5-axis CNC machining centers, we can tackle complex geometries and intricate designs with precision and efficiency. Our commitment to quality and attention to detail ensures that every component we produce meets the highest standards of excellence.

Whether you require a single prototype or large-scale production runs, our skilled technicians are dedicated to delivering products that adhere to the strictest industry standards.

We are dedicated to providing you with exceptional service and superior-quality products. Please feel free to contact us for any of your CNC machining needs. Our team is here to assist you from prototyping to full-scale production.

 

CNC machining is an outstanding method for addressing a wide spectrum of product development demands

CNC Machining stands as an excellent solution for a variety of product development requirements. Below are some of the key benefits of precision machining:

  • Rapid removal of large amounts of metal material, streamlining the manufacturing process.
  • Exceptional accuracy and repeatability, ensuring parts are consistently produced to precise specifications.
  • Compatibility with a variety of substrates, enabling versatility across different projects and industries.
  • Scalability of production volumes, ranging from single prototypes to large runs of up to 100,000 units.
  • Reduced investment in tooling and preparation, lowering the barrier to entry for high-quality manufacturing.
  • Cost-effectiveness, providing economical options for both small and large-scale productions.
  • Quick turnaround times, delivering products promptly to meet tight deadlines and accelerate time to market.

Advantage

Applications of CNC Machining Across Industries
Achieve Rapid Turnaround with Precision

Utilizing state-of-the-art CNC machines, we are dedicated to manufacturing parts that boast high accuracy and are produced swiftly. Our quick-turn capabilities enable us to deliver your custom parts in as little as one day

Precision Engineering for Exacting Demands

We offer high-precision tolerances from +/-0.001″ to 0.005″, adaptable to the particular specifications provided by our customers. Our commitment is to deliver unparalleled accuracy for your most critical projects.

Enhance Your Parts with Custom FinishesSelect from a wide range of finishing options for both metal and plastic components, all of which are meticulously applied to meet your exact design requirements. Our custom finishes add both functional and aesthetic value to your precisely engineered parts.

Select from a wide range of finishing options for both metal and plastic components, all of which are meticulously applied to meet your exact design requirements. Our custom finishes add both functional and aesthetic value to your precisely engineered parts.

Scalability to Meet Your Needs: CNC Machining for Diverse Production RunsCNC Machining excels in producing parts in quantities ranging from a single unit to 10,000, offering scalable solutions that accommodate both small and large production runs with the same level of precision and quality.

CNC Machining excels in producing parts in quantities ranging from a single unit to 10,000, offering scalable solutions that accommodate both small and large production runs with the same level of precision and quality.

Material Selection: Over 50 Options at Your FingertipsChoose from an extensive collection of more than 50 metals and plastics for your projects. Our CNC Machining service provides a diverse range of certified materials, ensuring you have access to the highest quality options for all your manufacturing needs.

Choose from an extensive collection of more than 50 metals and plastics for your projects. Our CNC Machining service provides a diverse range of certified materials, ensuring you have access to the highest quality options for all your manufacturing needs.

Applications of CNC Machining Across Industries

CNC machining is a critical manufacturing process embraced by key sectors such as aerospace, medical, and automotive, owing to its proficiency in producing exact and rapid parts using materials suitable for final products. Common CNC machined parts include:

  • Housings and enclosures for electronic and mechanical systems.
  • Supportive brackets for structural and functional use.
  • Custom fixtures used in manufacturing processes.
  • Precision gears and bearings for mechanical assemblies.
  • Complex internal components essential for machinery and devices.
  • Specialized medical instrumentation for diagnostics and treatment.
The Benefits of CNC Machining for Prototyping and Production

CNC machining, a subtractive manufacturing process, offers a suite of advantages for creating both prototypes and production parts:

  • Exceptional precision and repeatability ensure that every part meets stringent quality standards.
  • Ability to achieve tight tolerances for intricate and complex designs.
  • Use of production-grade materials to produce robust and functional parts.
  • Capability to deliver quick-turn parts, sometimes in as little as one day.
  • Economical piece-part pricing, especially at higher quantities, provides cost savings.
  • Comprehensive post-processing options are available to enhance the cosmetic appearance and material properties of the final product.

Processes

Multi-Axis CNC Milling Centers

5 Axis Machining
4 Axis Machining
3 Axis Machining
Right Angle Milling

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CNC Lathe And Live Action Tooling

Dual Spindle Lathes

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Wire EDM Available Upon Request

We gives you production capacity and diverse machining capabilities for EDM parts with even the tightest tolerances, most complex internal geometries, or augmented process requirements.

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For businesses of all sizes

Get in touch with our team to access these services:

  • Add 3D Hubs as a vendor
  • ISO 9001, material certifications, test reports and full dimensional reports
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Urethane casting and part marking
  • Design verification program
  • Dedicated account manager

Materials

Finishes

Applications

Rapid Tooling

Because CNC can be applied to virtually any material, it is perfect for rapid tooling, i.e., creating fixtures or molds.

Rapid Prototyping

The range of materials available, low cost per unit, and speed of production makes CNC a great option for prototyping.

End-Use Production

High-quality finish, vast material options and precise tolerances have made CNC a favorable technology for end-use parts.

Overview

What is CNC?

The Basics Of CNC Machining

CNC (Computer Numerical Controlled) machining is a means to remove material with high precision machines, using a wide variety of cutting tools to create the final design. Common CNC machines include vertical milling machines, horizontal milling machines, lathes, and routers.

How CNC Machining Works

To successfully make a part on a CNC machine, skilled machinists create programmed instructions using CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) software in conjunction with the CAD (Computer Aided Design) model provided by the customer. The CAD model is loaded into the CAM software and tool paths are created based on the required geometry of the manufactured part. Once the tool paths are determined, the CAM software creates G-Code (machine code) that tells the machine how fast to move, how fast to turn the stock and/or tool, and where to move the tool or workpiece in a 5-axis X, Y, Z, A, and B coordinate system.

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