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Our mastery of machining techniques help you achieve tighter tolerances, faster
turnaround times, and more versatile projects.

CNC Finish Options

✓ As-Machined

✓ Bead Blast

✓ Brushed

✓ Anodizing

✓ Powder Coating

✓ More…

CNC Machining Services

Machining is a large part of our business and one of our capabilities that sets us apart from other fabricators. With CNC vertical milling centers and CNC lathes with automatic bar feed, we have the equipment and capacity to meet your needs.

We provide a wide range of precision machining services to meet your unique parts requirements. Our experienced craftsmen are well outfitted to work with a variety of metals, including cold rolled and stainless steel, as well as nonmetallic materials for specialized applications.

Our team of CNC machining and turning experts deliver high-quality parts by way of modern machining methods while utilizing additive technologies to drive greater results.


3-Axis Milling Centers:

40 taper

XYZ up to 64″ x 32″ x 30″

Multi-Axis Lathes w/ Bar Feeders:

Max cut diameter: 18″

Max cut length: 23″

Off-center drilling and tapping

CNC Milling

Our CNC milling process produces custom prototypes and end-use production parts in as fast as 2-3 business days.

  • Functional prototypes
  • Jigs and fixtures
  • Production components

CNC Turning

Our CNC lathes are equipped with live tooling that can machine flat features and holes into the workpiece.

  •  Parts with cylindrical features
  • Axial and radial holes
  • Parts with flats, grooves and slots

CNC Applications

Rapid Tooling

Quickly create new molds and fixtures in virtually any material.

Rapid Prototypes

Get working product samples into your hands at a very low cost.


Precise tolerances with a high-quality finish for your end customer.

What is CNC Machining?

CNC Machining Basics

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining is a subtractive manufacturing method that uses computer software to control the movement of factory tools and equipment. Common CNC equipment includes vertical milling machines, horizontal milling machines, lathes, and routers.

How Does CNC Machining Work?

First, engineers create a CAD model of the part. The machinist then turns this file into a CNC program called G-Code, which maps a series of movements to create the part. Finally, the machine executes the program and removes material from a solid block (called a blank or workpiece) using a variety of cutting tools.

G-Code tells the machine how fast to move, how fast to turn and where to move the blank and/or tool using X/Y/Z (3-axis) or X/Y/Z/A/B (5-axis) coordinates. Simple 2-axis machines only use X and Z.

Benefits of CNC Machining

Most materials can be machined including metal, plastic, composites, and wood. Due to the high level of automation, CNC machining is competitively priced for both prototypes and high volume production. Once a part has been programmed, it can be reproduced quickly with a high level of precision.

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