CNC Machining Service
Rapid Machining Services
CNC mills produce parts of nearly any shape from soft metals like aluminum, harder metals like steel, and plastics such as acetal. We offer cost-effective milling solutions whether you need a single part, batch of prototypes, or full production order.
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Customized Rapid CNC Machining
CNC Turned Parts
Our CNC lathes enable high speed and quality turning of both plastics and metals. The turning process allows for complex external geometries and internal bores to be generated. Our turning capacity is available for prototypes through to low-volume production.
CNC Milled Parts
CNC milling is used to apply a machined surface finish on plastic or metal, or for creating complex 3D shapes. We use domestic and imported 3, 4 and 5-axis CNC machining centers with quick-change tooling, programmed using advanced software.
EDM / Wire EDM And Surface Grinding
EDM is a method for cutting holes, pockets and other shapes into hardened steel, as well as imparting a surface texture to the internal cavities of mold tools. A sacrificial electrode in an electrolyte bath discharges a high-powered electric spark to erode very hard materials that would be difficult or impossible to do with any other method. Square pocket holes are often created with this method. With wire EDM, a wire is continuously fed between two spools. When electrically charged, it’s able to cut through hardened tool steels quickly and accurately.
We also offer surface grinding services. When surface grinding, the workpiece is held stationary on a horizontal plate. The surface grinding wheel is computer controlled to abrade the workpiece to a precise depth.
Rapid CNC Machining
- Can produce parts of almost any shape
- Cost-effective for prototyping and short runs
- High dimensional tolerances are possible
- Smooth finishes can be achieved
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Please tell us about your project including material, color, quantity, and surface finishing. Include as much information as you can so we can provide you with an accurate quote.
If you have multiple parts, you can also upload a bill of materials or documents listing the part details.