CNC turning

Customised parts with tight tolerances

Does your product depend on precision parts?

With CNC turning it is possible to manufacture parts with tight tolerances. Like the other CNC machining techniques, the use of computer numerical control (CNC) enables reaching precision and producing parts according to specifications.

CNC turning is possible in most materials, including:

  • Aluminum
  • Stainless Steel
  • Copper
  • Steel
  • Brass
  • Titanium
  • Plastics

Part dimensions vary from 5mm to 50mm.

High-mix low-volume for unique parts

With a setup developed for high-mix low-volume, you have the possibility of developing and manufacturing unique and complex parts.

Manufacturing parts with tight tolerances requires the right machines, expertise, and quality control. These, combined with high-mix low-volume, are challenging aspects to find in a manufacturer.

Since the beginning, we have developed a network of manufacturers who comply with these requirements. Through technical expertise, close communication and collaboration with the manufacturers we guarantee high quality at all times.

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What is CNC turning?

CNC turning is a manufacturing process that involves the use of computer numerical control (CNC) machines. With this method, you create cylindrical parts by removing material from a rotating workpiece.

The process is commonly used to produce intricate and precision components for various industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, and electronics.

In CNC turning, a lathe machine is employed to secure the workpiece, which can be made of materials such as metal, plastic, or wood. The workpiece is mounted on the lathe and rotates at high speeds, while a cutting tool, guided by computer-controlled movements, removes material to achieve the desired shape.

The CNC system allows for precise control over the cutting tool's movements, enabling the production of highly accurate and repeatable parts.

Key advantages of CNC turning include its ability to produce complex shapes with tight tolerances, high production efficiency, and reduced manual labour. The method is suitable for both prototype development and large-scale production runs, making it a versatile and cost-effective manufacturing method.

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