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CNC Milling

  • CNC Milling is an automated process used to manufacture 2D and 3D parts by removing material from raw stock.

CNC Turning

  • Turning is primarily done using round rod material, but square and hexagonal bar stock can also be used, typically using a CNC Lathe.

CNC Laser Cutting

  • Laser cutters produce metal parts from sheet material using a laser beam to vaporize sections of the workpiece.

Injection Molding

  • Injection molding produces parts by forcing molten material into a mold where it cools and hardens to the mold’s shape.

Turret Punching

  • CNC turret punching machines create parts by successively punching a series of shapes into sheet material.

Compression Molding

  • Rubber compression molding is a process by which a block of rubber is heated and pressed into a metal cavity. As the mold closes, the rubber is compressed and then flows directly into the cavity where it hardens to the desired part shape.

CNC Router Cutting

  • CNC routing is a cutting process in which material is removed from a sheet by a rotating tool, which is used for precise cuts in sheet materials.

Secondary Machining

  • A secondary machining process is where raw material or a component is taken for further working, usually involving material removal, and is carried out after a primary forming process.

Surface Finishing

  • Surface finishes are typically used to improve corrosion resistance, durability, and part appearance.


Aluminum has many advantages, being lightweight, easy to machine, non-magnetic, corrosion resistant and inexpensive. Aluminum is even becoming a preferred choice to steel, with advances in cleaning and machining to make aluminum a more useful material. 


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Basic Plastics

Plastics can be used as an inexpensive, non-metal, non-conductive raw material for machining. Because plastics are inert and can be modified to fit a range of different properties, plastic machined parts are used in a variety of industries including medical, electronics, industrial, and scientific uses. Known for its smooth of injection molding and extremely low cost.


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Advantages of brass machining are the ease of machining, smooth, clean finish, non-sparking, holds tolerances and threads well. Brass is better in intricate parts that require sophisticated features. One of the most common uses of Brass is in cast parts.


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Copper is another metal highly prized for precision machining. Copper provides the benefits of versatility, durability, electrical conductivity, and natural corrosion resistance. Copper doesn’t hold tolerances as well as aluminum however it is a much better electrical conductor especially when plated.


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Engineered Plastics

Engineered plastic has changed drastically over the last 10 years. In the semiconductor applications, it has taken the place of quartz and aluminum due to the enhanced properties that can be made. It is also more common in the medical instruments due to its ability to be cleaned or self-lubricated. Engineered plastics have been designed to compete with many of the strengths of its metal counterparts.


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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is a popular raw material used for precision machining, favored for its strength and resistance to corrosion. It is a very versatile material and based on the alloys/grade will determine the price, availability, and machinability.


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Steel much like stainless is based on the grade that has a specific purpose. Steel is easy to weld in comparison to the other common materials. Typically uses are an industrial application, auto manufacturing and in the oil and gas industry. Steel can be prone to corrosion without heat treatment of plating.


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Titanium is very resistant to heat and corrosion. It is also lighter in weight, inert and biocompatible, making it suitable for a wide range of applications from aviation to medical tools. However, one of the drawbacks of titanium is that it can be quite difficult to machine and the price of the material. If you require titanium parts machined, it’s best to choose an experience precision machining provider.


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This process forms a thin metallic coating on the substrate. The electroplating process passes a positively-charged electrical current through a solution containing dissolved metal ions and a negatively charged electrical current through the metallic part to be plated. Common metals utilized for electroplating are cadmium, chromium, copper, gold, nickel, silver, tin, and zinc. Almost any base metal that conducts electricity can be electroplated to enhance its performance.

Electrophoresis Process

The electrophoresis process has a number of alternate names: electrocoating, e-coating and electrophoretic coating. Parts are immersed in a paint solution contained in an electrified tank. The paint in the solution exists as ions with a positive or negative charge. When the parts are immersed in the tank, the paint migrates to the surface of the part. The paint ions gain or lose electrons at the surface of the part and are changed to solid paint that attaches to the surface. Every part of the surface is evenly coated with the paint. The high points on the part are coated first, but as they are coated they are insulated and no longer conductive. The current is then diverted to the low spots on the surface. In many ways this process is similar to electroplating.

Powder coating

Powder coating is typically applied electrostatically and then cured under heat or with ultraviolet light. The powder may be a thermoplastic or a thermoset polymer. It is usually used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint. Powder coating is mainly used for coating of metals, such as household appliances, aluminium extrusions, drum hardware, automobiles, and bicycle frames.

Black oxide

Applicable on steels, black oxide is a conversion coating used to improve corrosion resistance and minimize light reflection.


Brushing is produced by polishing the metal with grit resulting in a unidirectional satin finish. Not advisable for applications where corrosion resistance is required.


Parts are manually polished in multiple directions. Surface is smooth and slightly reflective.


Also named air-abrasion, it is one of the most common methods used for surface preparation. This technique has the advantage to create homogenous and anisotropic surfaces even on hard materials like ceramics or glasses. Indeed, it creates scratch-like irregularities using a high-speed stream of solid particles propelled by compressed air to remove unfavorable contaminants, increase surface energy, bonding surface area, and surface roughness.


Aluminum parts are surface treated by anodizing to give them a different color (usually black, red, blue, etc). The process uses the metal part as an anode; using electrolytic process, a layer of hard metal oxide is formed at the anode (i.e. on the surface of the part). Common examples include aluminum parts, such as picture frames, car-body parts, door-knobs and other building fixtures, bathroom fixtures and racks, sporting goods, e.g. baseball bats, and so on.

What are Mechanical Components?

Mechanical components are the foundation of machines and work producing devices. Though technology has progressed, and old parts have been replaced by more up to date and modern methods, at the heart of every piece of equipment is some form of mechanical component that performs reliably and economically. In essence, the purpose of mechanical components is to take input force and change it through the combination of various machine elements such as gears, bearings, rotaries, and other components.

In efficiently operating equipment, mechanical components reduce friction and carry loads for linear or rotary motion. They are designed to change input to output speed ratios. Each one is designed to perform a specific function to increase the efficiency and provide exacting precise control.

As with many aspects of engineering, mechanical components are the small, insignificant part of equipment that we tend to ignore but perform a vital function. From the family car to the most complex industrial devices, these small pieces ensure smooth and inexpensive operation.

Which Industries Require Custom CNC Machining?

Almost all industries require tailored CNC machining. If a company is searching for accurate CNC parts that sometimes are complex to produce using traditional methods, CNC machining comes in handy. Some of the industries that require custom CNC machining include:

· Aerospace and Defense – items produced for this industry include flight safety items and other equipment needed for a specific aircraft
· Agriculture - some of the things tailored for this industry include farm vehicles and farming tools  
· Automotive - motorcycle parts, metal parts, and all accessories needed for any automobile 
· Construction - here, you might need heavy construction equipment that doesn’t exist anywhere especially if your construction is taking a unique design  
· Firearms - any part big or small that is needed for ballistic devices 
· Electronics – including the production of semiconductors parts, enclosing cases, and others 

Why You Should Choose Custom Machining?

· Unlike manual work, CNC machines can work continuously without plunging quality. Besides flexibility, safety and absence of the need to take a break from working, here are other advantages of choosing this manufacturing process.  
· 1. High Precision and High-Quality Parts  
· CNC machining allows the production of demanding applications. Even with small diameters and unique features on a part, the high precision ability of CNC production ensures you get precisely what you need. Moreover, the production machine consistently allows the production of similar parts over and over until the last piece you order. 
· 2. Timely Production  
· CNC machining involves removing blocks of raw materials until you achieve the desired shape. A computer controls the production machine ensuring the speed is maintained at a set limit. Considering the machine is adjusted to follow specific procedures, it is hard to encounter an error that might lead to repeating the process. Moreover, a company providing CNC machining consists of profound CNC engineers with experience in producing various parts, translating to a quick turnaround. 

Materials Available for Custom machining

When you choose custom machining, you get high quality products whether you want the items in a rare material or otherwise. There shouldn’t be any limitation subjected to the quality of custom parts that your industry needs. Below are several materials we assure you to produce in high quality whether you need one item or many, at an affordable price.

· Aluminum - examples of aluminum we have include 5052, 2024, 7075, and even aluminum alloys.  
· Steel - Toughmet, 15-5, A2, carbon steel, and more   
· Copper . 
· Brass.  
· Plastic such as PVC, Acetal, ABS, and more .