CNC Machining

Functional, Accuracy, Efficiency

Why CNC Machining?

Constantly, With Great Speed

To keep up with growing demands, we can use milling machines at their highest speeds. Additionally, these devices are able to operate constantly for the entire seven days of the week without getting weary, stopping, or compromising in any way.

These features make it one of the best ways to make production quick, efficient, and scalable without incurring any costs, while also ensuring that the machine keeps a high level of accuracy.

Speed Up The Whole Production Line

Moving the human resources down the assembly line can increase the efficiency of manufacturing units by decoupling the production capacity from the necessary staffing levels. In high-production environments and when assembling the product is so sophisticated that it necessitates specialized knowledge that machines cannot imitate, manual assembly lines are known to be more productive.

Accuracy, Consistency

Precision turning machines avoid the chance of human mistake entering into the manufacturing process and resulting in faults because they operate autonomously and without any operator interference. The machines can give more accuracy with no errors when codes and software programs guide the entire operation.

Additionally, unless changed purposefully, these inputs remain essentially unchanged throughout the whole production process, cycle after cycle, maintaining consistency in the end goods. Additionally, the machines can run nonstop for extended periods of time without sacrificing the quality of the work they generate.

Reduce Your Cost

Given the benefits listed above, it should be obvious that using CNC machines for precise component turning may significantly reduce manufacturing costs. The first benefit is that it boosts production and assembly productivity while reducing wasteful material usage.

Similar to that, it lowers energy use and cuts these ongoing operating expenses. Additionally, it discharges any financial responsibility brought on by mishaps and events. Overall, it is one of the most comprehensive strategies to reduce operating costs without sacrificing the operation’s process or quality.

Free Consultation and Instant Quote

Send us your CAD file or 2D draft, with product requirements to get an instant quote.

Quick Production

With our GBA approved manufacturers, you can receive parts in as less as 3 days in Eastern South region.

Service with No Worries

We will keep reporting to you the production and shipping status once we get started.

Our Capabilities

We offer three distinct kinds of CNC machining services, each has unique benefits and usual applications, with a unique design and distinguishing features including the number and orientation of rotating axes.

CNC Milling

3 Axis Milling
Metal, plastic, and other materials may be utilized to make three-dimensional things using 3-axis CNC milling machines. They can produce a wide range of commodities, including surgical implants and precise components, and are controlled by computers. 3-axis CNC mills, which are similar to 2-axis mills, provide an extra linear movement for usage with other machinery, such as laser engravers and polishers. Two independent rotating axes and one linear axis make up a 3-axis mill. The cutting tool may move along each axis thanks to a mechanical or electrical link that joins the three axes.

cnc 5 axis milling

3+2 Axis Milling
As known as Indexed machining, due to the ability that can do the bulk of the tasks that standard 5-axis machines can, this sort of multiaxis machine is an excellent choice for activities requiring accuracy and precision. This configuration may be created by combining a vertical machine with a tilting rotary table. The workpiece stays stable and immovable throughout the process on 3+2 axis machines, allowing the cutting tool to move along two extra axes.

5 Axis Machining
As known as 5-axis Continuous machining or 5-axis Simultaneous Machining, this is a standard 5-axis CNC machine configuration. Because it is a surface-dependent machining method, the cutting tool is always perpendicular to the substrate and may be moved and rotated along the three principal axes. This design allows the cutting or milling tool to remove material in regions that other 5-axis versions would make difficult to reach. For complicated pieces, this approach is the most successful.

CNC Turning

Lathe
The material is removed with a stationary, single-bladed cutting tool while the workpiece is quickly spinning on a lathe machine. Although most lathes can also drill, bore, groove, and thread, turning is particularly useful for producing things with cylindrical forms or radial symmetry. They are also suitable for big workpieces due to their design.

Mill-turning
The advantages of a mill and a lathe were merged in mill-turning methods. A mill-turn center is actually a hybrid device since it combines the movement of the workpiece during turning with the rotation of the tool during milling. Mill-turn users can effectively and quickly make more complicated objects without changing machining centers. Compared to a mill or lathe, an average mill-turn center can do four operations. Complex things that would benefit from turning and milling might be made using this process.

Surface Finish Selection

You may pick from a variety of secondary operations that create final production parts, such as heat treating, tapping, reaming, and post-process machining.

post processing | surface finishes | electroplating

Electroplating

Aesthetic improvement
✔ Temperature resistance
✔ Increase corrosion resistance

Painting

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase abrasion resistance

CNC | Aluminum | post processing | surface finish | Anodizing

Anodizing

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase wear resistance

aluminium | sandblasting

Sandblasting

✔ Smoother
✔ Reduce flaws
✔ Remove old paint
post processing | surface finish | polishing

Polishing

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase chemical resistance
Brushed stainless steel metallic surface

Brushing

✔ Smoother
✔ Deburring
✔ Edge rounding

Standard:  Sand surfaces to remove build lines and bead blasted.

Anodized:  Electrochemical process that converts the metal surface into a decorative, durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide finish

Heat Treated:  Use of heating or chilling, normally to extreme temperatures, to achieve a desired result such as hardening or softening of a material

Polished: Sand surfaces to remove build lines and then apply polishing compound until desired surface finish is reached.

Metal Plated: Aluminum can be plated with a wide range of metals to increase its corrosion resistance, increase wear resistance, or improve overall aesthetics. Both electroplating and electroless plating are possible. Some common metals include tin, nickel, electroless nickel, gold, and silver.

Powder Coating: Powder coating is a robust option for coloring aluminum sheet metal parts while also adding a measure of corrosion resistance.

Additional post-processing: Includes CNC milling, lathing & EDM

Materials for CNC Machining

We cover a wide range of major metals for 3D Printing, CNC machining, Casting and Sheet Metal Fabrication, with applications in multiple industries. This enanbles customers to achieve both one-off prototypes and end-use custom parts.

3D Print_Aluminium

Aluminum

✔ Low weight
✔ Fast Building
✔ High strength and hardness

Stainless Steel

✔ Can apply to Food Processing
✔ Easily machined into diverse shapes
✔ Excellent strength, corrosion resistant

3D Print_Titanium

Titanium Alloy

✔ Lightweight & Bio-compatible
✔ Sports, Medical & Aerospace use
✔ Excellent resistance to cavitation

3d printing | copper

Copper Alloy

✔ Strong alloy with corrosion resistance
✔ Unlike iron, neither brass nor bronze rusts
✔ Jewelry size to large sculptures

maraging steel_3d printing

Maraging Steel

✔ Ideal Tool Steel for mold designs
✔ Easily fabricated into gears & mandrels
✔ High ductility, strength & wear resistance

Surface Finish Selection

You may pick from a variety of secondary operations that create final production parts, such as heat treating, tapping, reaming, and post-process machining.

post processing | surface finishes | electroplating

Electroplating

Aesthetic improvement
✔ Temperature resistance
✔ Increase corrosion resistance

Painting

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase abrasion resistance

CNC | Aluminum | post processing | surface finish | Anodizing

Anodizing

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase wear resistance

aluminium | sandblasting

Sandblasting

✔ Smoother
✔ Reduce flaws
✔ Remove old paint
post processing | surface finish | polishing

Polishing

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase chemical resistance
Brushed stainless steel metallic surface

Brushing

✔ Smoother
✔ Deburring
✔ Edge rounding

Standard:  Sand surfaces to remove build lines and bead blasted.

Anodized:  Electrochemical process that converts the metal surface into a decorative, durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide finish

Heat Treated:  Use of heating or chilling, normally to extreme temperatures, to achieve a desired result such as hardening or softening of a material

Polished: Sand surfaces to remove build lines and then apply polishing compound until desired surface finish is reached.

Metal Plated: Aluminum can be plated with a wide range of metals to increase its corrosion resistance, increase wear resistance, or improve overall aesthetics. Both electroplating and electroless plating are possible. Some common metals include tin, nickel, electroless nickel, gold, and silver.

Powder Coating: Powder coating is a robust option for coloring aluminum sheet metal parts while also adding a measure of corrosion resistance.

Additional post-processing: Includes CNC milling, lathing & EDM

Other Manufacturing Services

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