Also known as machining is a process that uses rotary cutters to shape material in a way that will benefit the end user. In most cases, this is a process that removes material from the stock in order to produce the necessary part. There are a wide variety of machining operations that are available, some of which provide larger parts and others that provide smaller parts for mass production. Of all the different processes used in industry, it is one of the most common, and is a necessity for almost any other industry because of the variety of parts that can be produced.
Although there are number of different types of equipment that can be used for machining, one of the more per sites is known as precision CNC machining,. CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, which uses a computer to control the milling device as it is working. In its more basic application, it works to remove material from the stock piece along a single axis. This is often done for engraving applications or for use in diesinking. CNC machining may also be combined with a number of different types of tools, such as a bull nose cutter. When used in conjunction with these other tools, it can improve the precision of the milling device while at the same time, maintaining the same working speed.
We have over 20 years’ experience in die casting, and we can guarantee you of high-quality casts. We will be your partner for all your machining, casting and finishing requirements. Get in touch with use to discuss your needs.
Some precision CNC machining, devices work beyond the single axis that was already discussed. This allows for more control over the milling process and for more dynamics in the finished product. Some of the more advanced milling machines include the multi-axis machine. This is a machine which includes multiple accesses to allow for a work piece that is mounted horizontally to be rotated and worked from a wide variety of angles. It helps to add dynamics to the precision CNC machining device and offers more to the end-user.
|Equipment Used||CNC Vertical Machining Centers|
CNC Horizontal Machining Centers
|Length||Up to 72 in|
|Width||Up to 30 in|
|Height||Up to 25 in|
Even though we have the experience in machining of die castings that are produced at out foundry, we also deal with machining and finishing components that have been cast by other processes that we cannot manage at out our facility. We can also provide you with machining services from solid or extrusion. It does not matter the volume that you require, we can deliver.
The casting technology uses steel molds and cast iron that enables the zinc and aluminum castings to be manufactured more cheaply and accurately in comparison to sand castings. The tooling costs are a fraction of those required when dealing with pressure casting. The rapid chilling allows for quality mechanical properties while the non-turbulent filling guarantees the manufacture of castings that can be treated with heat with little porosity. We have the experts and experience to ensure that your designs are optimized. This will allow for the elimination of components that would add unnecessary costs to the gravity casting. The innovative press trimming functions of the tool also minimize finishing costs. We also provide solidification and finishing simulations through the use of software and computer technology.
We have a variety of casting machine that is run by microprocessor controlled hydraulics. This automates the movement of the die, leading to an improvement in consistency and the production speed. The machine also has hydraulic movement and tilt pouring that can go up to four axes. We also have facilities where we produce sand cores. This is used in creating of complex internal shapes.