CNC Machining Services
Custom CNC Machining Parts in Plastic and Metal
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- 1 off CNC Prototype
- 100K+ Mass Production Machining
- Tolerance as tight as ±0.01 mm
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TDB CNC Machining Services
TDB offers a range of precision CNC machining services, including milling, turning, stamping, and surface grinding. Our team of experts utilize advanced 3 and 4-axis CNC machining centers to produce high-precision CNC machined parts in both metal and plastic materials. Whether you need prototypes or large production runs, our machining services are here to help. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you get your CNC machined parts completed quickly, with turnaround times as fast as 5 days.
CNC Machining Processes
We offer outstanding global on demand production services. Our biggest asset is our customer base, which has grown rapidly through customer’s word-of-mouth around the world; amongst them, it covers from independent inventors or designers to large scale Industrial, Commercial, Medical, Automotive, and even Aerospace companies.
CNC milling is a subtractive process that using 3-, & 4-axis milling machines with various of cutting tools to remove materials from solid plastic and metal blocks into final parts with different geometries as designed.
CNC turning is an efficient process for creating round components, such as shafts and worms, from plastic and metal bars or tubes. By combining CNC turning with live tooling, we can also add milled geometries to the finished product. This makes CNC turning a versatile option for manufacturing a wide range of parts in different materials.
Why Choose TDB's CNC Machining Services?
Our highly experienced engineering team has a wealth of knowledge from working on a diverse range of projects, allowing them to confidently handle the production of complex and precise parts for various industries. No matter the challenge, our engineers are well-equipped to deliver top-quality results.
TDB is equipped with a variety of advanced in-house equipment for both manufacturing and testing to ensure the quality of your parts. This includes various Mazak CNC milling systems with 3, 4, and 5 axes, a Mitutoyo Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), and an Optical Analyzer. By utilizing this equipment, we are able to manufacture and inspect your parts to the highest standards in-house.
On average we return quotes within 24 hours, parts ship within 7 days or less, and we have a 99% on-time delivery and quality rate.
FROM CNC PROTOTYPING TO LOW-VOLUME PRODUCTION
We Offer A Differentiated Custom Machining Service
Prototype Machining for Design Verification and Engineering Testing
Prototyping is the process of creating plastic and metal parts through CNC processing. It allows your design team to closely simulate the appearance, function, and material properties of the final product. Moreover, testing the suitability and manufacturability of components is help to prove and perfect the design.
Custom Machining for Low-volume Production of End-use Parts
The advantages of CNC machining are particularly well suited to the requirements of low-volume production runs of custom parts. Its accuracy and repeatability, flexible processes, as well as a wide range of material options help bring products to market faster. Whatever you need to custom machined parts or products, our CNC machine shop can offer integrated solutions to help you shorten production time.
Need 50 or 10,000 custom machined parts? We have the capability and experience to provide efficient custom CNC machining services at a reasonable price.
Typical CNC Machnining Parts That We Offer
We machine custom parts for customers in multiple plastic and metal materials, from rapid prototypes,
low-volume production to mass production orders.
CNC Machining Materials & Finishes
There are a wide variety of materials that can be machined using CNC technology, WayKen provides CNC machining quotes for more than 30 engineering-grade plastic and metal materials. In terms of finishes, various types of surface finishes can be applied to CNC machined parts.
-Plastic: ABS, PC, ABS+PC, PMMA(Acrylic), PA(Nylon), PA+GF30, POM(Acetal / Delrin), PP, PVC, HDPE, PPS, PEEK, PEI(Ultem), Teflon, Bakelite Resin, Epoxy Tooling Board.
-Metal: Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Magnesium Alloy, Titanium Alloy, Zinc Alloy.
-Finishes: We support one-stop CNC machining surface finishing to meet the visual and functional requirements of any design. Including sanding, sandblasting, mirror polishing, painting, printing, laser etching, anodizing, electroplating, nickel plating, chrome plating, powder coating, etc.
- Plastic: ABS, PC, ABS+PC, PP, PS, POM, PMMA (Acrylic), PAGF30, PCGF30, Teflon, DHPE, HDPE, PPS, PEEK. Learn More about our Plastic Machining.
- Metal: Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel (17-4, Inconel 625 & 718), Magnesium, Titanium, Zinc, Brass, Bronze, Copper. Explore the full range of possibilities with TDB’s metal machining services. We specialize in working with the most common materials for CNC prototyping and production parts including Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel (17-4, Inconel 625 & 718), Magnesium, Titanium, Zinc, Brass, Bronze, Copper. But that’s not all, we can also work with any other machinable materials we can purchase from the stock market. To find out more about our extensive range of materials and finishes options, please review our materials and finishes options or contact our team today.
- What’s more: We specialize in creating custom plastic blocks and bars for specific materials such as PA GF50 and PPS GF50. Our team is capable of working with a wide range of plastic materials to meet your unique needs. To discover the full range of plastic materials and finishes available, please contact us today. Let us help you bring your CNC plastics to the next level.
Enhance the functionality and appearance of your CNC parts with TDB’s surface finishing options.
- As-Machined: The most popular and cost-efficient option for inner functional components. Fine and even tool path is also suitable for aspect parts.
- Bead Blasted: A matt appearance is achieved by using a range of 120 to 320 beads to create different roughness on the surface.
- Anodized: Type II creates a corrosion-resistant finish. Parts can be anodized in different colors, clear, black, red and blue are most common. Type III is thicker and creates a wear-resistant layer in addition to the corrosion resistance seen with Type II.
- Powder Coat: A strong, wear- and corrosion-resistant layer is created by spraying powdered paint onto the part, which is then baked in an oven. A wide variety of colors are available to create the desired aesthetic. Contact us today to learn more about our surface finishing options and how we can help you enhance the functionality and appearance of your CNC parts.
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CNC Machining Tolerances
Experience the best of both worlds with TDB’s CNC machining services. Our wide range of CNC machines allows us to provide both cost-effective, standard tolerance parts and super precision parts for high-end products. We guarantee that all parts will be manufactured according to your specifications. Even if 2D drawings are not available, you can indicate the tolerance standard with ISO 2678. At TDB, we are committed to meeting your needs, whether you require standard or high-precision parts. Contact us today to discuss your CNC machining needs.
Overall Dimension Range
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Achieve unparalleled precision with TDB’s high-precision CNC machining services. In addition to providing standard tolerance parts such as ISO2678M or ISO2678F, we offer advanced precision milling and turning capabilities to catch super tight tolerance for prototype machining and production. With over 10 years of experience in the manufacturing industry, we have perfected the formula for producing precision parts – precision machines + precision heart = precision parts. We have a wide range of CNC machines and experienced engineers who are dedicated to producing high-quality parts that meet the tightest of tolerances. Contact us today to discuss your high-precision CNC machining needs.
Advantages of CNC Machining
CNC machining has many advantages that make it incredibly valuable, and these advantages are something you should consider if you’re looking for an effective way to produce parts.
Here are the primary advantages of CNC machining that you should consider:
- High Precision: The parts and components created through CNC machining are of the highest quality and meet the highest standards.
- Fewer Errors: Using CNC technology reduces the number of errors and increases the quality of finished products.
- Efficiency: CNC machining is an automated manufacturing technique that can significantly increase the efficiency of any production process.
- Less Waste: CNC machining produces less waste than other manufacturing processes. Less waste means they’re more environmentally friendly.
- Cost Effective: Using CNC machining can reduce the labor required to do the same job. It also reduces errors and waste, providing cost savings and reducing environmental impacts.
Get Your CNC Machining Parts Done in Just 4 Simple Steps
24/7 Support for Productions + Prototypes & Parts Fast Global Delivery
Upload Your CAD File
To start, simply fill in a few information and upload a 3D CAD file.
Quote & Design Analysis
You’ll receive a quote shortly, and we’ll send you design for manufacturability (DFM) analysis if necessary
Once you review the quote and place your order, we’ll start the CNC manufacturing process, and surface finishing afterward as well if needed
Parts are Shipped!
Your CNC prototypes or production CNC machining parts will be inspected and delivered straight to your doorstep
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT?
CNC Machining FAQs
What is CNC machining?
CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. CNC machining is the process of using a computer-controlled machine to remove material from a workpiece. This is done using sharp cutting tools that are available in various shapes and sizes, which are precisely controlled by the computer.
How CNC machining works?
CNC machining starts with a digital design of the part, which is created using CAD (Computer-aided Design) software. This digital design is then converted into a format that the CNC machine can read.
The instructions for machining are sent to the CNC machine in the form of G-Code. The machine then starts cutting the workpiece. The workpiece is held in place by a work holding device on the worktable, which may or may not move depending on the type of machine.
The cutting tool is moved based on the G-Code instructions, and layers of material are removed from the workpiece until the part is finished. The tool and/or workpiece can be rapidly rotated or moved to make cuts in the right places.
Different types of CNC machine
There are several types of CNC machines that are commonly used in manufacturing. These include CNC mills, CNC lathes, CNC routers, and Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) machines.
CNC mills have rotating cutting tools that move to different areas of the workpiece to make cuts. They are ideal for making a wide range of parts. On the other hand, CNC lathes rotate the workpiece against a stationary cutting tool and are perfect for creating cylindrical parts.
CNC routers are similar to CNC mills, but they have less power and are unable to cut the hardest materials. However, they can be faster than CNC mills. EDM machines use electrical discharges to cut materials, and there is no physical contact between the tool and the workpiece.
CNC machines are classified based on their number of axes. A higher number of axes allows for more complex cuts and greater cutting flexibility, which makes it possible to create more intricate parts in a shorter time.
Choosing a higher tolerance than required isn’t a good idea when designing parts. If +/-0.05mm is sufficient, then going for +/-0.01mm will increase the production cost. However, CNC machining provides unrivaled accuracy and consistency when tolerances as fine as 0.01mm are required.
A wide range of materials can be used with CNC machining, including metal, copper, brass, zinc, magnesium, bronze, titanium, steel, and other plastics like PEEK, ABS, PC, PMMA, Teflon, and PPS.
We use CNC tools and technologies to guarantee tight tolerances in our machining processes. Our multi-axis CNC machines are equipped with CNC milling & turning precision grinding and EDM machines to ensure tight tolerances. Additionally, we employ experienced and skilled CNC engineers and operators to oversee quality control and production.
High-precision products require intricate design and extremely precise manufacturing processes. Manufactured products such as defense, healthcare, electronics, sports, aerospace, agriculture, and automotive are some of the products that require high-precision CNC manufacturing.
Software is a critical part of the CNC machine process, and there are several types of software you’ll need for a CNC machine. For example, CAD/CAM, Aspire, Inkscape, Easel, Fusion 360, SolidWorks, etc.
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