Precision CNC machining is a process that takes much time and planning. At JW Machine, our experienced machinists take pride in delivering quality prototypes to production manufacturing and contract manufacturing services for our valued clients. Our next series of articles will discuss the basic steps our machine shop professionals take with each precision CNC machining project.
Finalizing the Prototype
The first step in any prototypes to production manufacturing or contract manufacturing job that involves precision CNC machining is to either develop the prototype itself or, if the prototype is already developed, examine it closely and determine what adjustments may be needed to ensure the final product meets specifications. Finalizing the prototype is important because you want to perfect the product before sending the batch into production.
Material selection can affect many aspects including quality, cost, and functionality of the final product. Selecting the right materials is imperative to ensure the part or component is machined to specifications and performs as expected.
Our next article will examine more of the steps involved in the precision CNC machining process.
JW Machine is an ISO 9001 / AS 9100 certified machine shop with expertise in all areas of precision CNC machining including small part machining, close tolerance machining, CNC milling, CNC turning, laser cutting, laser engraving and more. We partner with esteemed clients in numerous industries including aerospace, defense, and OEM parts to deliver quality contract manufacturing and prototypes to production manufacturing services. If you have an upcoming project and need precision CNC machining, we can help. Give your friends at JW Machine a call today.