CNC Machining - Metal & Plastic
CNC Machining Services
We offer CNC Machining services for a wide range of industries and applications. We utilize the latest in CNC technology to make high precision machined parts. See a list of CNC materials we can machine.
We have a full line of 3, 4 and 5 axis machining centers equipped with automation to handle both small and large volume runs. See our Size and Complexity capabilities. Components are produced with standard tolerances of +/-0.005”. Tighter tolerances may be specified but may affect pricing and delivery. Secondary operations such as tapping, marking, and surface treatments are available upon request for an additional charge.
- 3 axis Machining
- 4 axis Machining
- 5 axis Machining
- CNC Turning
- Small Plate Work
- Precision Machining
- Small Batch Production
- Prototype CNC Work
- Brass / Bronze
- Carbon Steel
- Stainless Steel
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CNC Machined Parts – Sizes Available
- 3 axis: up to 9″ x 9″ x 6″
- 4 axis: up to 9″ x 9″ x 6″
- 5 axis: up to 9″ x 9″ x 6″
- Lathe and Turning up to 6″ in Diameter
- Plate Work up to 12″ x 12″ x 1-1/2″
Finishes for CNC Machining Services
- As Machined– Cutter marks from the CNC Machining process will be present.
- 320 Paper – A light sand paper will remove the cutter marks left over from the CNC machining process, but will leave behind a uniform scratch pattern from the sand paper.
- 400 Paper – A smoother alternative to 320 Paper
- Light Bead Blast – This will remove light cutter marks and light sand paper scratches, leaving behind a smooth uniform sheen.
- Heavy Bead Blast – this will remove heavier cutter marks and scratched left behind by sand paper and will have a light texture appearance.
- Smooth Finish – This is typically 600 grit paper and can be polished.
- Optical Smooth Finish – 1500 grit paper used before polishing.
- Anodizing – Corrosion Prevention and aesthetics
- Chrome Plating – Mirror like hard Finish
- Custom Coatings & Finishes – Available upon request
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