Multi-axis CNC Machining

  • 5-Axis Machining & Milling Services
  • CNC Turning
  • CNC Grinding
  • Die & mold Manufacturing

5-axis machining allows for extensive versatility in processing parts of varying sizes and shapes. The "5- axis" designation indicates the cutting tool's ability to move in five directions: along the X, Y, and Z linear axes, and rotationally along the A and B axes. This enables the tool to approach the workpiece from multiple angles, allowing for the processing of five sides of a part in one setup.

Utilizing a 5-axis machine minimizes setup requirements, accelerates cycle times, reduces scrap generation, boosts spindle uptime, and, contrary to common belief, reduces the necessity for extensively trained personnel. This enables your shop to broaden its potential and opportunities.

3-5-axis CNC Milling

CNC turning is a manufacturing technique where material bars are clamped in a chuck and rotated, while a cutting tool is fed into the workpiece to remove material and form the desired shape. A turret, typically located at the center, holds various tools, and is programmed to move to the raw material bar, removing material according to the programmed instructions. This process is known as "subtraction machining" because it involves the removal of material to achieve the desired shape. The rotation can be halted in centers equipped with both turning and milling capabilities to facilitate milling operations for creating additional shapes or features.

CNC Turning

CNC grinding is a precision machining process that utilizes abrasive grinding wheels to remove material from a workpiece, creating precise shapes and surface finishes. This high-precision manufacturing technique is commonly used to produce cylindrical, flat, and contoured parts with tight tolerances and excellent surface quality. CNC grinding is suitable for a wide range of materials, including metals, ceramics, and composites, and finds applications in industries such as automotive, aerospace, tooling, and medical devices. With advanced CNC grinding machines and grinding technologies, manufacturers achieve superior accuracy, productivity, and cost-effectiveness in producing critical components for demanding applications.

CNC Grinding

Die and mold manufacturing involves the fabrication of tooling used to produce plastic, metal, and composite parts through various forming processes such as injection molding, die casting, and stamping. This specialized manufacturing process requires precise machining and heat treatment of tool steel or other materials to create molds and dies with complex geometries and tight tolerances. Die and mold manufacturing plays a critical role in industries such as automotive, consumer goods, and electronics, enabling the mass production of high-quality components with consistent dimensions and surface finishes. With expertise in design, machining, and tooling, die and mold manufacturers provide customized solutions to meet the specific requirements of their customers.

Die & mold Manufacturing

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