CNC Manufacturing

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Computer numerically controlled machines allow for the fast, efficient and accurate production of identical parts with little human intervention. While the workforce may be significantly reduced, it is important that all operations be supervised by trained machinists who must monitor, calibrate and maintain the machines on a regular basis to ensure continued performance. Read Moreā€¦

CNC Manufacturing CNC manufacturing is a production process that utilizes specialized computer software to direct complex automated machine components in the design and production of precision parts and components.

Leading Manufacturers

Brentwood, NY  |  800-238-3929

Thuro Metal Products is a CNC machining service provider. Our expertise is in the utilization of CNC controlled turning and milling machines as well as multi-spindle, single spindle, and Swiss screw machines.

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Strongsville, OH  |  440-238-6459

Founded in 1991, R.M.Tool, Inc. is made up of professionals who are ready to assist you with all of your machining needs. Our state-of-the-art CNC machining department is equipped with 8 CNC milling centers, and can process materials such as steel, plastic, and aluminum.

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R.M.Tool, Inc. $$$

Calabasas, CA  |  866-317-0208

Here at Pacific West America, Inc. we have 20 years of experience working with CNC Vertical & Horizontal milling, and Swiss CNC Turning for smaller parts. Some of the industries that we serve are: electronics, optics, GPS, instruments, and so much more.

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Tempe, AZ  |  877-410-3265

At IPE Aerospace, we have an extensive line of equipment capable of providing you the short run CNC machining technology needed for your application. We provide high-speed milling, drilling, tapping, and deep boring work, and have experience working with metals such as aluminum, titanium, stainless steel, exotics, plastics, carbon fiber and more. We understand the importance of quality and precision, and you can count on our team for consistency and lasting performance.

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IPE Aerospace $$$

Greeneville, TN  |  423-638-1284

With nearly 40 years industry experience, we have what it takes to satisfy your every need. We are committed to our CNC machining quality, as our ISO 9001:2008 certification shows.

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Valk Industries, Inc. $$$

Reed City, MI  |  231-832-2356

H & R is a custom manufacturer of high volume superior parts, providing CNC machining for tight tolerance and also lower volume applications too.

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H & R Screw Machine Products, Inc. $$$

Russellville, IN  |  765-435-3091

Metal Forming Industries is committed to service and quality, meeting customer requirements and exceeding expectations every time. We specialize in cold forming, precision machining, brazing and electrolytic nickel plating for a wide range of application.

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Metal Forming Industries $$$

Holland, OH  |  419-867-3900

Our plastic CNC machining capabilities provide a good alternative to plastic injection molding for prototype plastic parts. Our mutli-axis, high-speed plastic CNC milling machines produce complex plastic parts or prototypes very quickly.

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ICOMold $$$

Easton, PA  |  800-275-0818

At Unicast, our customers know that we are the CNC machining service to turn to when you need your products on time and at a competitive rate. We serve a variety of industries including military, mining, and packaging as well as many others.

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CNC drilling, milling, cutting and grinding can all be completed in a fraction of the time that would be necessary for manual operations to produce parts with the superior accuracy and precision required by industries including aerospace, avionics, automotive, agriculture, food and chemical processing, pharmaceutical, military and defense. To accommodate the growing need for computerized machining, most machine shops and mass production facilities operate CNC components on a daily basis.

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Individual machines are capable of performing up to 400 different tasks depending on the specific configuration. Other systems operate in a cell, or series of machines that work together to complete a part. It is important to consider these capabilities as well as the production volume and material and dimensional capacities of a given facility prior to the onset of production. CNC manufacturing continues to advance as innovative computer software increases accessibility and availability.

Because CNC manufacturing requires the use of computer software, the first step of production is to create a computer model or code for the material to be formed or processed. Computer assisted design (CAD), computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and photo imaging software programs are frequently used. The schematics and measurements of these designs are then converted into a computerized language or code, which may be read by the CNC machine.

While G code is universal, many companies use application-specific codes or even conversational programming to dictate the behavior of the equipment. The information allows the machine to read the location, diameter and depth of a feature as well as activate a series of commands that are performed in a sequential manner. The final product is highly precise and easily duplicated. Most CNC manufacturing facilities have the capabilities to produce items made from glass, ceramics, metals, wood and even precious stones.

CNC machinists offer expert perspective on the material, design and efficiency of a product in order to ensure high quality production for any industrial, commercial or consumer CNC application. Although it is not essential, many CNC service providers are certified through the National Institute of Metalworking Skills while all machine shops should comply with the regulations set forth by the International Organization for Standardization or ISO. ISO 9001:2000, ISO 13485:2003, ISO 14001 and ISO/TS 16848:2002 specifically relate to and define industry specific CNC quality standards.

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