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TDB Offers Rapid CNC Turning Services

TDB Machining Tech is proud to offer Rapid CNC Turning Services for customers who need fast, high-quality components. Whether you need a single prototype or high-volume production runs, our Rapid CNC Turning Services have you covered. We take pride in our commitment to customer satisfaction, and we are dedicated to providing the quickest and most reliable CNC turning services available.

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Advantages of CNC Turning


Increased Precision

CNC turning provides precise and accurate results, reducing the need for manual adjustments or rework.



With CNC turning, the same high-quality results can be achieved repeatedly, making it ideal for high-volume production runs.


Faster Lead Time

CNC turning can reduce lead times significantly compared to manual turning methods, allowing you to get your components faster.


Reduced Waste

CNC turning minimizes material waste, saving you money and reducing your environmental impact.


Complex Shapes

CNC turning allows for the creation of complex shapes and geometries that would be difficult or impossible to produce using manual methods.


Improved Productivity

CNC turning is a highly efficient process that can significantly improve overall productivity in the manufacturing process.


Industries We Serve

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.


TDB meets the demanding requirements involved in transportation parts machining. Decades of collaboration with transportation OEMs


TDB is a highly experienced manufacturer of titanium and specialty metal machined components for the agriculture industry.

Military Defense

The defense industry knows TDB as a high-end supply partner with superior quality and delivery that governments and their citizens depend on with no room for error.

Oil & Gas

Our experience in supplying critical machined parts to oil and gas customers earned TDB a reputation of excellence within this market.


TDB has a trusted reputation for meeting the unique requirements for intricate and highly complex medical components.

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CNC Turning Metals

CNC turning is a versatile process that can be used to process a variety of metals, including magnesium, steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, bronze, titanium, and nickel alloys. Aluminum is a popular choice for CNC turning as it is one of the most machinable metals. This allows for the creation of aluminum parts with high strength, accuracy, and a superior surface finish.

CNC Turning Plastic

While CNC turning is primarily used for metal parts, is also capable of providing CNC turning services for plastic components. Our services utilize a variety of plastic materials, including nylon, polycarbonate, ABS, POM, PP, PMMA, PTFE, PEI, and PEEK, providing more accurate parts than what can be achieved through 3D printing.

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Typical CNC Machnining & Turning Parts That We Offer

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What is CNC Turning?

CNC turning is a type of precision machining that uses a cutting tool to shape a rotating workpiece. The movement of the machine is controlled by computer instructions, resulting in high precision and repeatability. This process differs from CNC milling, where the cutting tool rotates and comes into contact with the stationary workpiece from multiple angles.

CNC turning is typically used to create round or tubular shapes, producing highly accurate rounded surfaces that are difficult to achieve through other processes, including CNC milling. The tooling used in a CNC lathe machine is mounted on a turret, which is programmed to make specific movements and remove material from the raw material until the desired 3D model is formed.

Both prototypes and end-use parts can be quickly produced through CNC turning. Whether you need a single part or a high-volume production run, our team at has the experience and expertise to deliver high-quality results that meet your precise specifications.

How CNC Turning Works?

The process of CNC turning involves the use of computer numerical control (CNC) technology to create precise, repeatable parts and components. The process begins with the selection of the raw material, which is typically a solid cylindrical piece of metal or plastic. This material is placed into a chuck on the CNC turning machine, which then rotates the material while a cutting tool is used to remove material and shape the part.

The movement of the cutting tool is controlled by a computer program, which is created based on the desired specifications of the finished product. This program is loaded into the CNC turning machine, which then uses it to guide the cutting tool as it removes material from the workpiece. The computer control of the CNC turning machine allows for extreme precision and accuracy, resulting in highly detailed parts with tight tolerances.

The cutting tool used in CNC turning can be a single point tool, like a lathe tool, or a multi-point tool, like a drill bit or end mill. The choice of tool is determined by the type of material being processed, the desired surface finish, and the shape of the finished part.

Once the machining process is complete, the workpiece is removed from the chuck and any final finishing steps, such as polishing, may be performed. The finished part is then inspected to ensure that it meets all of the specifications and requirements outlined in the original design.

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Types Of CNC Lathes

Slant Bed Lathes: These lathes have a slanted bed design, allowing for easier access to the cutting area and improved chip flow. They are ideal for high-volume production runs and offer greater accuracy and efficiency.

Vertical Lathes: These lathes have a vertical spindle design, which is best for processing large or heavy parts. Vertical Lathes provide excellent accessibility to the cutting area and improved accuracy, making them ideal for precision machining operations.

Live Tool Lathes: These lathes are equipped with live tools, which are cutting tools that are mounted on the tool post and rotate with the workpiece. Live tool Lathes provide multi-functional machining capabilities and can be used to drill, bore, and mill parts in a single setup, which improves efficiency and reduces production time.

Swiss Lathes: These lathes are designed for the precision machining of small and complex parts. Swiss Lathes are characterized by their high-speed spindles, narrow cutting tools, and the ability to perform multiple operations in a single setup.

Dual-Spindle Lathes: These lathes have two spindles, which allow for simultaneous machining of two parts at the same time. Dual-spindle Lathes are ideal for high-volume production runs and provide improved productivity and reduced cycle time.

Applications of CNC Turning

Rapid Tooling

CNC turning is often used to produce tooling components, such as fixtures and molds, that are used to produce high-quality parts. This process is fast, accurate, and cost-effective, making it an ideal solution for tooling applications.

Rapid Prototyping

CNC turning is also ideal for producing prototypes. This process can be used to quickly and accurately produce high-quality prototypes for a variety of applications. By producing prototypes quickly, companies can get their products to market faster and with greater confidence.

Serial Production

In addition to rapid tooling and prototyping, CNC turning can also be used for serial production. This process is highly efficient and cost-effective, making it an ideal solution for producing high-volume parts.



Yes, CNC turning can be used for both rapid tooling and rapid prototyping. It allows for the quick and precise manufacture of parts, making it a popular choice for these applications.

CNC turning and CNC milling are both precision machining processes, but they differ in the way that the cutting tool makes contact with the workpiece. In CNC turning, the workpiece is rotated in a chuck and the cutting tool makes contact with it from one direction, whereas in CNC milling the cutting tool rotates and makes contact with the stationary workpiece from multiple angles.

TDB’s CNC turning service sets itself apart by offering a full range of services, including rapid tooling and rapid prototyping, combined with our advanced technology and experienced team of machining engineers. This ensures high-quality parts with fast delivery times, making us a reliable partner for your CNC turning needs.


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