CNC machining precision parts manufacturer
Date: 2022-09-16
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CNC machining precision parts manufacturer

Our company is highly specialized in the heat treatment (quenching, tempering, annealing) and surface treatment of precision CNC (ie computer numerically controlled) small or complex parts. This may sound like a very complicated job, but it is very simple to describe. Mostly, we work with machines, sometimes autonomous machines, which do not require the constant presence of employees during the process. These machines subtract material from a large block of a specific metal and cut it until we get the size and shape needed to make the parts the machine uses.

How our products are used in the market?

The parts we manufacture can be used in any industry: from defense to the medical precision CNC-machined component industry, to communications, aerospace, laser systems and robotics. Our products represent the prowess of our craftsmanship and our pride in supplying cutting edge quality materials to the modern market, and our equipment is at the heart of our industry.

We produce precision parts that perform well under pressure in any condition, require less maintenance than common parts offered by our competitors, and last longer.

What is CNC turning and how does it work?

The metal blocks we use are treated differently. The final workpiece is cut multiple times on a very fast rotating shaft (smaller workpieces usually require a single shaft machine, but larger workpieces require more, along with other processing), usually, our staff will do some rough cuts first To remove excess material from the workpiece, as oxidation is common in the metals we work with, then some precise cuts are made to bring the workpiece to its final shape and final polishing process.

The process of cutting a workpiece while rotating is called CNC turning because it involves the metal being rotated on a shaft and cut by the surrounding blades. CNC turning inserts can create different types of shapes on materials and make them straight, tapered, curved or grooved depending on their end use.

Our finished products are very easy to use, easy to install and simple in design, all the parts sold are well designed and the precision makes us proud of our work.

What materials do we use for your precision CNC machined parts?

[**]lmost all steel products are treated to remove oxidation and change any inaccuracies that may have existed when they first arrived. However, this is not only performed in a single way. The finishing process will vary depending on the materials we use. For example, steel and titanium are different and require different treatments, but the result is the same. We also do final plating on all parts, a process used to cover the finished product with another material (usually a metal) (blackening, anodizing, zinc and chrome plating, and phosphate coating) to prevent it Premature corrosion. However, we handle many materials each month, which can range from the hardest steels (structural, stainless, tool steel) to light metal alloys (aluminum and titanium alloys), heavy metals (brass, copper, copper alloys, zinc) ).

How we manage precision

In addition to CNC turning, we have many other precision processes: CNC milling is one of them, which can be performed after CNC turning to produce non-axisymmetric and many features (holes, grooves and contours) Components). Often, it is performed with more complex equipment, including complex rotations to better reach any corner of the workpiece. [**]nother use of milling is to refine parts made using different processes, as it provides greater precision.

What is the secondary finishing of precision CNC machined parts?

But our company also offers secondary machining, and that's what we do with parts to make them ready for the market. Secondary finishing is done by other cuts or heat treatments (usually to improve the mechanical and tactile properties of the workpiece), or even by the use of abrasive sand in the final stages of production to polish the workpiece. [**]nother interesting finishing process is electropolishing, whose primary goal is to reduce the micro-roughness of the workpiece, and since it does not involve chemical or mechanical action, it can also be used on the most delicate workpieces we produce.


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