• Vacuum Brazing Features

    Vacuum Brazing Features

    • Vacuum Brazing Features
  • Vacuum Diffusion Bonding

    Vacuum Diffusion Bonding

    • Vacuum Diffusion Bonding
  • CNC machining process and parts design

    CNC machining process and parts design

    • CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing process that uses rotating computer-controlled cutting tools such as drills, end mills, and turning tools to remove material from a solid block of material to shape a part
  • How CNC machining works

    How CNC machining works

    • While additive processes like 3D printing make parts from scratch, CNC machining is subtractive, meaning it works in reverse by gradually removing material from a solid block (called a "blank" or "workpiece") to create a finished product. CNC machines are guided by digital design files, which are translated into instructions on how the equipment will cut the workpiece.
  • Key Considerations for Manufacturing Plastic Parts Using CNC Machining

    Key Considerations for Manufacturing Plastic Parts Using CNC Machining

    • Plastic parts are a ubiquitous part of everyday life. From food packaging and garden tools to laptops and sports equipment, it's hard not to interact with manufactured plastic parts every day.
  • What is CNC machining?

    What is CNC machining?

    • CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining is a widely used manufacturing process that uses automated high-speed cutting tools to form designs from metal or plastic stock. Common CNC machines include 3-, 4-, and 5-axis milling machines, lathes, and routers. The way a machine cuts a part can vary - the workpiece may stay in place as the tool moves, the tool may stay in place as the workpiece rotates and moves, or the cutting tool and workpiece may move together.