CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining is a subtractive manufacturing technology: parts are created by removing material from a solid block (called the blank or the workpiece) using a variety of cutting tools.
CNC machining is a digital manufacturing technology: it produces high-accuracy parts with excellent physical properties directly from a CAD file. Due to the high level of automation, CNC is price-competitive for both one-off custom parts and medium-volume productions.
Almost every material can be CNC machined. The most common examples include metals (aluminum and steel alloys, brass etc.) and plastics (ABS, Delrin, Nylon etc). Foam, composites and wood can also be machined.
The basic CNC process can be broken down into 3 steps. The engineer first designs the CAD model of the part. The machinist then turns the CAD file into a CNC program (G-code) and sets up the machine. Finally, the CNC system executes all machining operations with little supervision, removing material and creating the part.
We offer our customers an advanced assembling department where systems and sub-systems design and production projects are carried out according to the customer’s requirements. The assemblies can be made in the turn-key format, including integration of sub-systems into larger technology embedded systems. We provide assembly services for the various systems we manufacture in our plant.