Cnc Machining Service
CNC cncmachine.ltd/en/News/news1251.html’ target=’_blank’>machining is suitable for plastic and metal parts and can be used to make from one single prototype to up to 500 parts.
A wide variety of materials can be machined, including mild and stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium, zinc, brass and many plastics.
We also offer the production of precision-machined components. Our precision engineering department offers CNC milling, CNC turning, CNC engineering, surface grinding, EDM / Wire EDM And Surface Grinding and more. All of your projects will be discussed carefully and checked before production starts. During and after production the parts will be 100% inspected and we can provide original certificates for all materials used in the project as well.
Read more about precision machining techniques below or contact our team for a quote and to talk about what process will be right for your project.
Advantages Of CNC Machining
CNC machining is one of the most popular way product development needs. Following are some of the benefits of precision machining:
Highly accurate and repeatable
Suitable for many different kinds of substrates
Scalable volumes from one to 100s
Low investment in tooling and preparation costs
Quick removal of large amounts of metal material
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 hrough 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 3, 4 and 5-axis CNC machining centers with quick-change tooling.
Our general tolerances for CNC machining of metals is DIN-2768-1-fine and for plastics DIN-2768-1-medium. Tolerances are greatly affected by part geometry and type of material. Our project managers will consult with you on every part of your project and will seek to provide the highest degree of precision possible.