CNC Milling and Turning

Our modern, state-of-the-art, climate controlled facility offers the latest innovations in manufacturing technology.

Our multi-axis mill turn centers are equipped with tool-eyes, live tooling, sub spindles and bar feeders. Multiple processes can be accomplished all in the same operation, thus ensuring concentricity position, orientation and zero run-out. Work sizes range from .03″ to 12.00″ diameter and tolerances to .0001″.

What We Use:

  • MAZAK Super Quick Turn 18
    3-axis CNC lathe with sub spindle, 2.5″ diameter through, LNS Quick Load magazine loader, Live Tooling
  • MAZAK Super Quick Turn 15
    3-axis CNC lathe with sub spindle, 2″ diameter through, LNS Quick Load magazine loader, Live Tooling
  • MAZAK Super Quick Turn 10
    3-axis CNC lathe with sub spindle, 1-5/8″ diameter through, LNS Quick Load magazine loader, Live Tooling
  • CNC Lathe – MAZAK Quick Turn 8
    1.5″ diameter through, 6″ x 10″ work diameter

Support Equipment

  • Manual Mills – Bridgeports – Featuring tenths resolution DRO
  • Manual Lathes – Cincinnati – 15″ x 36″ Work Diameter
  • Automatic Saw – Cosen 300NC – 12″ x 12″ Cutoff
  • Rawyler Precision Cutoff Saw – 1.2″ dia. Max +/- .001 in length
  • Helicoil Insertion and Hardware Presses
  • Fixturing, Tooling and Work Holding Equipment and Accessories
  • Custom Built Tool Holder Storage
  • Assortment of Vibratory Tumblers
  • Assortment of Abrasive Blast Cabinets
  • Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment
  • Deburring and Parts Washers

CNC Machining Center Work

From Our Blog

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