Services Overview

 

 

5D Machining - 5-Axis CNC Milling with Built-In Probing

5-Axis CNC Milling allows for machining 5 sides (or 5 dimensions) simultaneously without the need to interrupt work operations to re-position the part for a new setup.  5 axes also allow for more complex geometries to be created.

And within our 5-Axis work envelope, and depending on part sizes, we can also accommodate an additional 3-Axis setup for continuous back-to-back 5-Axis operations followed by a 3-Axis operation to extend unattended run time.

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3-Axis and 4-Axis CNC Milling with Built-In Probing

3 and 4-Axis vertical machining for standard geometries allows for 3 or 4 sides to be machined in a single setup without the need to re-position the part.

All machines utilize extremely durable carbide tools for more precise cutting with less tool deflection, and faster run times.


Surface Finishing and Plating

We offer a wide array of different surface finishing and plating options, which include electroplating, electroless plating, anodizing (Type II and III), media blasting, passivation and more.

Our finishing and plating capabilities mean you will not have to move your parts between multiple shops and that can mean the difference between pristine, unmarred surfaces and surface imperfections that can result from too much handling.

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Laser Welding, Marking and Engraving

Our commercial laser marking system can permanently mark virtually all metals and alloys, including super alloys.

We can also etch a variety of materials, and cut many others.

Certain metals can also be laser welded or cut, depending on the application and metal type.


Advanced Analysis and Testing

Our analysis and testing capabilities include simulation of thermal and load stresses, part inspection, metallurgical analysis, coating and film thickness measurement, CFD, Magnetic inspection, and more.

This also includes materials analysis and working with you on material selection, finish type, and design revision for optimal manufacturing.

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