Precision CNC Machining Aluminum Parts

Precision CNC Machining Aluminum Parts

Precision CNC Machining Aluminum Parts

Precision CNC Machining Aluminum Parts by TDB Hanoi offer milling and turning capabilities using the latest in manufacturing technology to guarantee great results with precision machining.

Learn more about our online service and capabilities below.

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TDB Hanoi takes care of everything from quoting to delivery, dealing with all the admin so you can focus on the engineering side of things.

CNC Milling Capabilities

Maximum dimensions
Maximum dimensions1500 x 500 x 500 mm

Available materials

MetalsSteel, stainless steel, aluminium, etc.
PlasticsNylon, PE, POM, PP, etc.
Precision CNC Machining Aluminum Parts
Precision CNC Machining Aluminum Parts

Milling is one of the CNC machining services we offer. This process involves a rotating cutting tool that removes chips from the material when brought into contact with the workpiece.

While it may sound very similar to drilling, the two are definitely not the same. Drilling is only suitable for making holes axially. A CNC mill can move laterally to remove material in that way.

There are different types of milling tools to either mill axially, laterally or both ways. Axial cutting needs teeth on the tip of the cutting head. Lateral cutting means that the teeth have to be perpendicular to the circular cutting head.

Fractory’s partners offer state-of-the-art machinery. This includes 4-axis milling equipment as well as live tooling possibilities. Driven tools, or live tooling, significantly reduce production times by making different operations possible without the need for a change of tools.

Creating precision components with an outstanding surface finish is possible with our CNC milling service.

CNC Turning Capabilities

Max length
Max length 945 mm
Max diameter
Max diameter 550 mm

CNC Turning Services

CNC turning service is suitable for creating cylindrical parts. The most common example of a turned part is a shaft.

CNC turning cuts the shape by spinning the metal part. The cutting tool can move axially in 2 ways – along the side of the part as well as to and from.

Thus, the automated system controls the cutting tool, bringing it into contact with the workpiece, while the part itself is turning. As a result, bits of swarf are cut from the metal to produce the required shape.

Turning can perform many operations like turning, boring, threading, etc. Highly skilled machinists can create precision parts on all types of CNC lathes but contemporary machining centres help to assure a level of similarity close to being identical between the machined parts.

Fractory is able to machine components in a wide range of materials. These include metals like carbon & stainless steel, aluminium, titanium and copper alloys as well as plastics like nylon, PE, POM, etc. It is suitable for both prototyping as well as large-batch manufacturing.

Sliding head turning is also available to lower the production times as well as the final price. Comparing sliding head turning to traditional fixed head CNC machines, the production cycles are about twice as long for the latter.

Our large network of partners secures access to a wide range of CNC machining capabilities that can satisfy the needs of precision engineering.

CNC Machining Design Tips

  • Add radiuses to internal edges. Most cutting tools are cylindrical, thus achieving internal sharp edges can be tricky. It’s recommended to have internal radii of 130% of the milling tool radius.
  • Avoid excessively thin walls. Thin features are prone to vibrations and deformations due to heat generated from cutting. This lowers the achievable tolerances.
  • Specify tolerances only where needed. Adding too tight tolerances will drive up the cost. Standard tolerances according to ISO 2768-m will be applied by default.
  • Avoid designing unnecessary features and features that can’t be machined. The same goes for really small features, which would need to be micro-machined. Our partners have micro-machining capabilities but this is an expensive process.
  • Cavities should have the correct depth-to-width ratio: 4 times the width of the cavity. Deeper cavities need to be machined with larger diameter tools resulting in bigger radiuses on internal edges.
  • Limit thread length. 3 times the nominal thread diameter is enough as strong thread connections take place in the first few threads.
  • Design holes with standard sizes, as these can be machined with standard drill bits. Non-standard holes are treated as cavities and machined with an end mill tool.

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