We are continuing our two part series on breaking down the precision CNC machining process. Whether we are performing laser engraving, laser cutting, milling turning, small part machining, close tolerance machining or another CNC machine shop service, our process is very deliberate and precise. Our previous article discussed the first two steps in any precision CNC machining process: material selection and programming of the equipment. This article will cover the production, assembly and delivery processes.
Once the materials are selected and the CNC machine is programmed, the production process begins. Computer software controls the movement of the CNC machine, ensuring it is accurate and precise. Our machinist monitors the progress of each project during the manufacturing process.
Not all jobs require assembly, but for those that do, this is the next step in our precision CNC machining process. We will assemble each component to your specifications.
The last and final step is delivery of the project. Whether it is laser engraving, milling turning, small part machining, close tolerance machining or another CNC machine shop service, we will coordinate and arrange delivery of your completed project.
The aerospace, defense and OEM equipment industries are among the many customers JW Machine serves. Our contract manufacturing, laser engraving, laser cutting, milling turning, close tolerance machining, prototype to production manufacturing and small part machining services are performed by expert machinists who go through many years of training and apprenticeships to earn a position within our company. Do you have an upcoming precision CNC machining project? If so, give JW Machine a call today!