CNC Machining

CNC Machining

CNC Machining

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What is CNC Machining?

Machining is a subtractive process that begins with a larger form that is then cut down by the machine to the desired shape. The machine turns at extremely high speeds to cut through both soft and hard materials like plastic and metal.

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What is CNC Machining?

Machining is a subtractive process that begins with a larger form that is then cut down by the machine to the desired shape. The machine turns at extremely high speeds to cut through both soft and hard materials like plastic and metal.

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What is CNC Machining?

Machining is a subtractive process that begins with a larger form that is then cut down by the machine to the desired shape. The machine turns at extremely high speeds to cut through both soft and hard materials like plastic and metal.

What can you Machine?

 Generally, machining is used for high-precision components such as gears, fasteners, brackets, and housings. Most often, machined parts are made of metal and plastic. Machining generally has a low startup cost but a high unit cost making it a good fit for prototyping.

What can you Machine?

 Generally, machining is used for high-precision components such as gears, fasteners, brackets, and housings. Most often, machined parts are made of metal and plastic. Machining generally has a low startup cost but a high unit cost making it a good fit for prototyping.

What can you Machine?

 Generally, machining is used for high-precision components such as gears, fasteners, brackets, and housings. Most often, machined parts are made of metal and plastic. Machining generally has a low startup cost but a high unit cost making it a good fit for prototyping.

How does it work? 

  1. Most often, you start with a 3D model on the computer and you create directions that will direct the machine. These instructions tell the machine where to position the part/cutter and how fast the cutter should move.
  2. Then, you clamp/fixture a block of material to hold the material while it is being cut.
  3. Then the machine will cut away the excess material and leave behind the desired form.
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How does it work? 

  1. Most often, you start with a 3D model on the computer and you create directions that will direct the machine. These instructions tell the machine where to position the part/cutter and how fast the cutter should move.
  2. Then, you clamp/fixture a block of material to hold the material while it is being cut.
  3. Then the machine will cut away the excess material and leave behind the desired form.
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What materials can be cut?

You can cut both metal and plastic using machining processes. Contact us to find out if your project is suitable for machining.

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What materials can be cut?

You can cut both metal and plastic using machining processes. Contact us to find out if your project is suitable for machining.

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What materials can be cut?

You can cut both metal and plastic using machining processes. Contact us to find out if your project is suitable for machining.

See our CNC mill in action

We've got two CNC mills that cut metal, plastic, wood, and more. We've cut parts as large as 4 feet long and as small as an 1/8 inch.

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See our CNC mill in action

We've got two CNC mills that cut metal, plastic, wood, and more. We've cut parts as large as 4 feet long and as small as an 1/8 inch.

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Milling_PA2

See our CNC mill in action

We've got two CNC mills that cut metal, plastic, wood, and more. We've cut parts as large as 4 feet long and as small as an 1/8 inch.

Need a machined part?

Machined Parts Gallery

Machined Parts Gallery

Need a machined part?