With today’s rapidly advancing technology, prototypes to production manufacturing requires quality CNC milling turning equipment and an experienced CNC machinist to produce your project on time and under budget. Not all CNC machine shop equipment and personnel are the same. There are vast differences in a conventional machine shop vs. a CNC machine shop which should be considered before putting your next prototypes to production manufacturing project in motion.
CNC milling turning equipment is automated. All steps of the manufacturing process are programed into the equipment by a CNC machinist. The process is then started and supervised by a qualified CNC machinist. In most cases, this CNC machinist is monitoring several CNC milling turning machines at the same time. CNC machining requires fewer personnel to accomplish the same number of tasks, thus saving hundreds of man-hours, maintaining perfect accuracy and saving you money in the end.
The conventional machine shop process is much different as each step is performed on one machine by a single machinist and then passed to the next. This process requires multiple machines and machinists to set up the part, perform the step and pass it on to the next. CNC milling turning equipment performs multiple steps with multiple tools continuously, speeding up production and eliminating inaccuracies caused by removing the part from the machine and setting it up on the next machine.
JW Machine utilizes the best CNC milling turning technology available to maximize production time. Coupled with the best trained CNC machinist staff, we ensure your prototypes to production manufacturing project is completed on time and on budget. Contact our CNC machining experts today to learn more. JW Machine machinists are all Certified Journeyman Machinists.