Anodized Aluminum CNC parts. There are many reasons to choose anodizing on aluminum. Anodizing helps to resist corrosion, increase surface hardness, improve resistance to wear and dissipate heat. Anodizing is an ideal surface treatment for painting and priming, and it looks great too.
We normally use Type II anodizing, which allows us to add tints or dyes to your parts for a variety of visual effects. Type III is also available for surfaces that need to be extra hard.
CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing process where raw material is removed with a variety of precision cutting tools to make a part or product. Advanced software is used to control the CNC equipment according to the specification of your 3D design. Our team of engineers and machinists program the equipment to optimize cutting time, surface finish and final tolerance to meet your specifications.
We work with a wide range of plastic and metal materials including stainless steel, steel, aluminum, brass and POM, acrylic, ABS, nylon to make parts for rapid prototypes and low-volume production. We can also provide you with customized raw material as required.
CNC Machining Tolerances
Our general tolerances for CNC machining of metals is DIN-2768-1-fine and for plastics, DIN-2768-1-medium. Tolerances are greatly affected by part geometry and type of material. We will consult with you on every part of your project and will seek to provide the highest degree of precision possible.
Our finishing services include:
- Powder Coating
- Laser engraving
From 1 to 1000+
We can handle machining projects of all sizes, ranging from single prototypes to thousands of machined parts.
Get Your CNC Machining Project Started Today
Once you send us your 3D CAD file, one of our customer service engineers will check your design for manufacturability to ensure that the part can be made to your expectations and budget requirements. Contact us today for a free quote!
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