CNC Machining Service
On-demand CNC machining for rapid prototyping and production parts, through a network of specialized, experienced and thoroughly vetted CNC machine shops.
CNC Machining Processes
CNC Machining is a process that uses computer numerical control to operate machine tools. This process can be used to create parts with a high degree of accuracy and repeatability. CNC manufacturing services can be performed on a variety of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. At our company, we offer both CNC milling , CNC turning, CNC grinding and Spark machining services.Our team of skilled technicians can help you choose the best machining method for your project.
Our CNC milling process uses 3-axis and 5-axis CNC milling centers to manufacture milled parts to tolerances up to ±0.0008" (0.02mm).
Our CNC turning process employs more than 50 CNC lathes and CNC turning centers to manufacture round or cylindrical turned parts with extreme precision.
CNC Machining Materials
We can generate instant machining quotes for over 50 metals and plastics.
Aluminum is one of the most popular materials used in CNC Turning due to its low cost, high strength-to-weight ratio, and excellent corrosion resistance. Aluminum is also easy to machine and finish, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of applications.
Aluminum 6060 | AlMgSi
Aluminum 5052 | AlMg2,5
Aluminum 2017 | AlCu4MgSi
Aluminum 2014 | AlCu4SiMg
Aluminum 6063 | AlMg0,7Si
Alodine, Anodized Type II, III, III + PTFE, ENP, Media Blast, Nickel Plated, Powder Coated, Barrel Polished.
POM is an engineering thermoplastic used in precision parts requiring high stiffness, low friction, and excellent dimensional stability.
Precision Machining Tolerance
We follow ISO 2768 standards for CNC Machining.
|Limits for nominal size||Metals (ISO 2768- f)||Plastics (ISO 2768- m)|
|0.5mm* to 3mm||±0.05mm||±0.1mm|
|Over 3mm to 6mm||±0.05mm||±0.1mm|
|Over 6mm to 30mm||±0.1mm||±0.2mm|
|Over 30mm to 120mm||±0.15mm||±0.3mm|
|Over 120mm to 400mm||±0.2mm||±0.5mm|
|Over 400mm to 1000mm||±0.3mm||±0.8mm|
|Over 1000mm to 2000mm||±0.5mm||±1.2mm|
|Over 2000mm to 4000mm||-||±2mm|
Please clearly indicate tolerances for nominal sizes below 0.5mm on your technical drawing.
Accelerate Development with CNC Manufacturing
Why Choose Us for Custom CNC Machining
When you need a part or component created using CNC machining, it’s important to choose a company that has the experience and expertise to get the job done right. There are many factors to consider when choosing a custom CNC machining company, but at XYZ Machining, we believe that our combination of experience, quality, and customer service sets us apart from the rest.
From Cnc Rapid Prototyping To Production
Because CNC machining can cut a variety of fully dense, durable materials such as aluminum 5052 and stainless steel, it is ideal for making jigs or molds.
The range of affordable metal alloys (such as aluminum 6061) and plastics (such as acetal or ABS) coupled with the speed of our skilled machinists make our online CNC machining services an excellent choice for prototyping.
Performance-enhancing finishes, precision tolerances down to +/- 0.001 inch, and certifiable material options make CNC machining an excellent technique for end-use parts.
What is CNC Machining
What is CNC Machining?
Computer numerical control (CNC) machining is a manufacturing process that uses computer-controlled machinery to create precise machined parts. In CNC machining, a computer program dictates the movement of the machinery, which then carves or mills the desired part from a block of material.
One of the key benefits of CNC machining is its ability to produce parts with tight tolerances and high accuracy. Additionally, CNC machining can be used to create a wide variety of part shapes and sizes, making it an extremely versatile manufacturing process.CNC machining is commonly used to produce parts for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, medical, and dental.
What type of materials can be machined using CNC?
One of the benefits of CNC is that it can process a variety of materials including plastics, composites, and metals. The most popular materials that are machined using CNC are made from aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, plastic, and steel. Different materials have different properties that need to be taken into account when choosing the right CNC machine tooling and cutting strategy.
Aluminum is a popular choice for CNC machining because it is strong yet lightweight. It also has a relatively low cost compared to other metals. However, aluminum is a softer metal and can be prone to wear and tear if not machined properly. For this reason, it is important to use the right type of cutters and tooling when machining aluminum.
Brass is an alloy made from copper and zinc. It is known for its durability and resistance to corrosion. Brass also has a high melting point, making it ideal for applications that require heat resistance. Like aluminum, brass is a soft metal and should be machined with care to avoid damage to the material.
Bronze is another alloy made from copper and zinc. It has similar properties to brass but is typically harder and more brittle than brass. Bronze is often used in applications where high strength or corrosion resistance is required. Like aluminum and brass, bronze should be machined with caution to avoid damage to the material.
What features can be adjusted on a CNC machine?
A CNC machine is a computer numerical control device that can be programmed to make specific cuts and shapes in materials like wood, plastic, and metal. The configuration of a CNC machine can be adjusted to suit the needs of the user. Some of the features that can be adjusted on a CNC machine include:
The positioning of the cutting head on a CNC machine can be adjusted according to the needs of the user. The position of the cutting head affects the accuracy and precision of the cuts made by the machine. In addition, different positions may be necessary for different types of materials.
The feed rate is how fast the material is fed into the machine. This setting can be adjusted to account for different thicknesses or widths of material being cut. A slower feed rate will result in a cleaner cut, while a faster feed rate may cause some chipping or burning on the material being cut.
Depth of Cut
The depth of cut is how deep into the material the cutting blade will go. This setting can be adjusted depending on the desired outcome. For example, if a deeper cut is desired then a higher depth of cut setting should be used. Conversely, if a shallower cut is desired then a lower depth of cut setting should be used.
How does the accuracy and consistency of CNC compare to other manufacturing methods?
CNC is different from these other methods in a few key ways. First, CNC uses computer software to control the movement of the tooling. This means that the machine can be programmed to create very precise designs and patterns. Second, CNC machines are equipped with sensors that help to ensure accuracy and consistency. This helps to ensure that products are created with the same dimensions every time, leading to improved quality control.
Overall, CNC offers superior accuracy and consistency when compared to other manufacturing methods. This makes it an ideal choice for producing high-quality products.