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Our Precision CNC Machining Services


When looking for precision machining services, if you want to manufacture satisfactory parts, you cannot compromise on quality.

In our CNC machining company, you will find a wide range of precision CNC machining services, experienced experts with extensive experience on how to best handle different projects with 3-, 4- and 5-axis CNC machines. We offer CNC milling, CNC turning, EDM, wire EDM and surface grinding services that can handle all technical aspects of creating prototypes and parts, allowing you to focus on design development and sales.

Our Precision CNC Machining Capabilities

First of all, we understand how to make precision parts. Whatever types of tight-tolerance parts we come across, our engineers are able to pick the most suitable method for making them while keeping the cost as low as possible.

Using high-quality machines, tools, vises, jigs, and an on-machine, in-process inspection system, we can hit tighter tolerances than other machining shops.

In addition to our in-process QC system, we have the most experienced people working in our QC department. They are familiar with a range of inspection equipment, including laser projectors, CMMs, and 3D scanners, and can therefore ensure that all our manufactured parts meet the highest standards

Our Advantages of Precision Machining

Experience

Our engineers have built up rich, deep experience from many previous projects, so they can handle complex and precision parts in several industries without a problem.

Advanced Equipment

We have extensive in-house equipment for both manufacturing and testing. Your parts will be manufactured and inspected with our advanced in-house equipment, including Precision CNC milling, CNC turning, EDM, Hexagon CMM, and Olympus XRF analyzer.

Fast delivery

With dozens of machines and a familiar supply chain, we can quickly take your project from engineering to delivery.

Advantages of Precision Machining

Precision machining is an essential manufacturing process that enables companies to produce the most delicate parts with the tightest tolerances imaginable. Here are just some of its main advantages over alternative approaches:
  • 1. High Precision:
  • As the name implies, precision molding offers unparalleled accuracy, producing consistent quality with every part that is produced.
  • 2. Minimal Errors:
  • Because precision machining uses CNC technology, it is largely automated and reduces the probability of error to a minimum.
  • 3. Efficiency:
  • Because of the automated nature of the process, precision CNC machining can produce parts very efficiently and with minimal workforce intervention.
  • 4. Less Waste:
  • Precision machining produces minimal waste, allowing to save on materials and maintain environmentally-friendly manufacturing practices.
  • 5. Cost-Effective:
  • The high-tech nature of the process also means that there’s less waste, less labor, and a low chance of error, which makes it one of the more cost-effective manufacturing methods.

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2. Quick Quote for You

Quickly quote you and analyze your prototypes and production parts based on 3D drawings and important requirements.

3. Start Production

Once you accept our quote and place an order, we start working with our team to make your ideas a reality.

4. Receive Your Parts

Once manufactured, your custom parts are delivered quickly and directly to your doorstep.

Products made with aluminum CNC machining

We works with leading manufacturers from different industries to support growing demands and streamline their supply chain. The digitalization of our custom CNC machining services helps more and more manufacturers bring their idea to products.
As the most versatile heat-treatable alloy, the highly machinable Aluminum 6061 is found in a wide range of new products, from laptops to large architectural features. Structural components Electronic components Pipes Aircraft parts Couplings Truck bodies, frames, runways Covers Running boards Steps, floors, walkways, platforms Welded parts
Aluminum 7075 is one of the strongest machinable aluminum alloys, and is consequently used in the aerospace industry and beyond. Aircraft parts Transportation industry parts Bicycles Rock climbing equipment Sports equipment Weaponry Highly stressed parts Molds and tooling
A strong, hard and heat-treatable aluminum alloy, Aluminum 2014 is especially machinable when left untreated. It is regularly used in the aerospace industry. Aircraft parts Truck frames
Exhibiting an excellent strength-to-weight ratio and fatigue resistance, Aluminum 2024 is commonly found in vehicles. Electronic components Structural components Aircraft parts Automotive parts Transportation industry parts
Though not heat-treatable, Aluminum 5052 has a high strength and resistance to corrosion, making it suitable for underwater applications and more. Aircraft parts Home appliances Heat exchangers Panels Marine parts Transportation industry parts Cooking utensils Food processing equipment
Used regularly in architecture, Aluminum 6063 is strong and corrosion resistant while offering an excellent finish. Moldings Construction parts Lawn furniture Luggage racks Window and door frames Air cylinders Electronic components

Precision Machining FAQ

When designing parts, some engineers suggest very tight tolerances, far more than are actually needed. That’s not an ideal approach. If +/-0.05mm works, opting for +/-0.01mm tolerance will increase the manufacturing cost many times. However, when you do need tolerances as tight as 0.01mm, then you can’t beat the accuracy and consistency offered by precision machining.

There’s a wide range of materials that can be used in precision machining – you can use aluminum brass, copper, steel, titanium, as well as rigid plastics like PPS, PEEK. Reach out to learn more about the types of materials that are available when using precision machining technology.

We use high-quality machines for precision CNC milling & turning, precision EDM, precision grinding, and a range of other tools in house, using AC to stabilize the workshop temperature. That, combined with the experience and qualifications of our engineers, as well as rigorous inspection of machines and processes, ensures consistent quality even in the most demanding scenarios.

Aluminum is the most abundant metallic element in the earth’s crust. The metals industry smelts more than 40 million tons per year, and manufacturers use them for a variety of applications.

Like most metals, aluminum is found as an ore in rocks throughout the earth’s crust. Mining companies extract almost all of their aluminum metal from bauxite, which typically contains 30 to 60 percent alumina (or alumina). The rest is a mixture of silica, various iron oxides and titanium dioxide.

Two-step process to convert alumina to aluminum:

1. Extraction of alumina from bauxite

Almost all of the world’s alumina supply is produced using the Bayer process. Austrian chemist Carl Josef Bayer developed this technique in the late 19th century.

It involves crushing bauxite into a fine powder, mixing it with water and heating the mixture with caustic soda. Caustic soda dissolves the alumina and passes it through the filter.

Producers add aluminum hydroxide crystals to an alumina solution, which is then heated and dried to produce alumina.

2. Smelting alumina to produce aluminum metal

To smelt aluminum, refineries dissolve alumina in a fluorinated bath and use an electric current to break it down into metallic aluminum and oxygen through a process called electrolysis. They then collect the aluminum and take it to a furnace, where they combine it with the recycled aluminum material and heat it until it is melted.

It is then poured into a mold or mechanically extruded in various forms. The most common are plates, billets, bars, tubes, plates, bars and wires. They are then cut into different shapes and sizes and shipped to another company or manufacturer who will process them into countless products.

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