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Online CNC machining services for rapid prototypes and production parts. Get online CNC quotes today, and order your custom metal and plastic parts.

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Tolerances up to ±0.0004″ (0.01mm)

Machined parts lead time 4~5 day

Max size up to 2.0m

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CNC Milling

We use 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis CNC milling to manufacture parts from more than 40 different plastics, metals, and rubbers. For small and massive volume production, first article inspection (FAI) is available upon request. Tolerance up to +/- 0.0004”(0.01mm). You can also get competitive prices for various additional heat treatments (aging, aneal, quenching, temper, and more), and surface treatments (anodizing, chromate plating, passivation, etc.).

3 Axis CNC Milling
3 Axis CNC Milling

Three-axis CNC is the most common type of CNC milling machine and is capable of handling most parts with great precision. Efficient and low cost. Learn More >

4 Axis CNC Milling
4 Axis CNC Milling

4-axis CNC can better handle parts that require multi-sided machining or curved surfaces. Machining costs are slightly higher than 3-axis machines, but flexibility is better. Learn More >

5 Axis CNC Milling
5 Axis CNC Milling

A 5-axis CNC can machine almost any complex shape. It is mostly used for curved surface parts with high requirements, or fine parts to be processed in multiple directions. The processing cost is high, and the maximum machinable size is smaller than the 4-axis and 3-axis CNC of the same level. Learn More >


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Maximum Dimensions

2000mm x 1500mm x 800mm or 78.7 x 59 x 31.5 inches.

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Dimension: Depends on the size and material, generally +/- 0.01mm or 0.0004 inches

Geometric: Depends on the size and material, generally +/- 0.01mm or 0.0004-inch

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Support Threading

Prefer Metric Threads, Also Support UNC and UNF threads.

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Wall Thickness

Depends on the Wall Depth Dimension and Material. Generally, a workable minimum wall thickness is 0.5mm for metals and 1.0mm for plastics.

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Mini Bar Diameter

Depending on the depth of the hole, generally any hole with a diameter less than 0.8mm is problematic.

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Material Available


Metals: Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Steel Alloy, Titanium

Rest: Hard Rubber, Hard Polyurethane…

CNC Turning

CNC Turning and CNC Turn-Mill machining often provide better precision and speed for parts with primary cylindrical features. We use CNC lathes with multiple turning tools, ensuring fast and accurate manufacturing, particularly good at making parts primary to be a cylinder but with complicated features like flats, slots, and holes.



A single-point tool is fed in a linear manner, running parallel to the axis of rotation, within the inner diameter of a pre-existing hole.



Grooving, as a type of CNC turning process, involves the formation of a narrow cavity by pressing a specially shaped tool into the workpiece.



Parting is a machining process that involves gouging to remove an entire piece from the original workpiece.



It is a specific type of CNC turning that facilitates the creation of grooves, enabling the workpiece to be easily screwed into other objects.



This is a process where a workpiece is intricately cut into a serrated pattern, designed to enhance the grip of materials that require increased traction.

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Taper Turning

Taper turning is a machining technique that involves shaping a cylindrical workpiece with a progressively decreasing diameter, resulting in a tapered shape.

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Spherical Generation

By utilizing a programmed approach, a form is generated around a fixed axis to gradually decrease the diameter, eventually achieving a flawless spherical shape.

Cylindrical turning

Cylindrical Turning

It is a machining process that uniformly reduces the diameter of the workpiece, ensuring consistent cutting diameter throughout to prevent any variations.


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Maximum Dimensions

Maximum Diameter: 500mm or 19.7-inch

Maximum Length: 1800mm or 70.9-inch

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Depending on the size and material, generally speaking

Metal: +/- 0.01mm (+/-0.0004 in)

Plastic: +/-0.025mm(+/-0.001 in)

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Minimum Wall Thickness

Metal: 0.5mm or 0.02 in

Plastic: 1.0mm or 0.04 in

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Metal: Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Steel Alloy, Titanium… Learn More >

Common CNC DFM

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Sharp Corner

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Thick Walls

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Stress Deformation

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Small Hole

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Narrow Area

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Tolerance Guide

Design for Manufacturing or Design for Manufacturability (DFM) is the optimisation of a part, product, or component’s design, to create it cheaper and more easily. DFM involves efficiently designing or engineering an object, generally during the product design stage, when it is easier and less expensive to do so, to reduce manufacturing costs. This allows a manufacturer to identify and prevent mistakes or discrepanciesLearn More >

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Prototype, Bridge Production & Massive Production

Even if they are all processed by CNC machining, orders of different batches will still affect the processing technology. Compare as follows:

Prototype Bridge Production Massive Production
Prefered MachinesSmaller Tool Stock, More AxisBigger Tool Stock, More AxisMore Tool Stock, Less Axis
FixturesMostly Standard FixturesSome Custom Made FixturesCustom Made Fixtures
Reachable ToleranceHigh Precise with large VariancePrecise with some VarianceHigh Precise with small Variance
PriceVery High / UnitHigh/UnitLow/Unit
Other ThingsManual work might be needed like hand grinding, polishing, etc.More Processes can be considered, forging, grinding, lasering, welding, brazing etc.

Common CNC Metal Materials

We provide instant quotes for more than 100 kinds of metals and compare the prices of different processing materials for you.



Aluminum is widely favored for CNC machining, primarily due to its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and excellent machinability. This versatile material enables the creation of complex shapes and intricate parts, incorporating fine details with ease.

Subtypes Yield Strength Elongation at Break Hardness Density Max. service Temp
6061-T6 35,000 psi 12.50% Brinell 95 2.768 g/㎤ 0.1 lbs / cu. in. 130 – 150 °C
7075-T6 <68,000 psi 11% Brinell 126 2.768 g/㎤ 0.1 lbs / cu. in 100 °C
5052 23,000 psi 8% Brinell 60 2.768 g/㎤ 0.1 lbs / cu. in. 190 °C
6063 16,900 psi 11% Brinell 55 2.768 g/㎤ 0.1 lbs / cu. in. 130 – 150 °C
2024 43,500psi 9~15% Brinell 121 2.768 g/㎤ 0.1 lbs / cu. in. 130 °C
6083 42,000psi 12%      
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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel enjoys widespread popularity in CNC machining owing to its remarkable strength, durability, and resilience. Throughout the machining process, this material is expertly cut, shaped, and drilled using an array of cutting tools, including drills, mills, and lathes.

Subtypes Yield Strength Elongation at Break Hardness Density Max. Service Temp
201 55,000 PSI 52% Rockwell B87 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 450 – 843 °C
301 33,000 PSI 35 – 46 % Rockwell B90 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 450 – 870 °C
303 35,000 PSI 40-50 % Rockwell C95 0.29 lbs / cu. in. 750 – 925 °C
304 31,200 PSI 70% Rockwell B70 0.29 lbs / cu. in. 750 – 925 °C
316 30,000 PSI 38-55 % Rockwell C95 0.29 lbs / cu. in. 750 – 925 °C
410 30,000 PSI 20% Rockwell B80 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 190 – 860 °C
416 44,000 PSI 7-25% Rockwell B80 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 675 – 760 °C
420 90,000PSI 15 – 20 % Rockwell C50 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 650 – 700 °C
430 30,000PSI 20 – 24 % Rockwell B89 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 800 °C
440C 190,000 PSI 8% Rockwell C20 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 420 – 810 °C
630 160,000PSI 10 – 15 % Rockwell C40 0.28 lbs / cu. in. 300 – 480 °C
Carbon Steel
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Carbon Steel

Carbon steel is a widely used material in CNC machining known for its high strength, hardness, and durability. It contains a higher carbon content, which enhances its machinability during CNC operations, resulting in precise and consistent parts. There are more materials not listed, please contact us for detailed.

Subtypes Yield Strength Elongation at Break Hardness Density(lbs/
1045 77,000 psi 19% Rockwell B90 7.87 g/㎤ 0.284
1018 60,000 PSI 15% Rockwell B90 7.87 g/㎤ 0.284
4130 122,000 psi 13% Rockwell C20 7.87 g/㎤ 0.284
4140 60,000 PSI 21% Rockwell C15 7.87 g/㎤ 0.284
A514 100,000 psi 18% Rockwell C20 7.87 g/㎤ 0.284
A340 122,000 psi 13% Rockwell C20 7.87 g/㎤ 0.284
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Tool Steel

Tool steel finds widespread use in the production of molds for injection molding processes and as cutting tools, including drills, end mills, and lathe tools. Its ability to withstand high temperatures, mechanical stresses, and repeated cycles makes it an ideal choice for various industrial applications. There are more materials not listed, please contact us for needed.

Subtypes Yield Strength Elongation at Break Ultimate tensile strength Thermal expansion coefficent Maximum service temperature
D2 68,000 PSI 16% 124,000 PSI 10.3 – 12 10^-6/ºC 195 – 245 °C
A2 50,000 PSI 21% 103,000 PSI 10.5 – 11 10^-6/ºC 195 – 245 °C
O1 58,000 psi 20% 104,000 psi 11.3 – 11.8 10^-6/ºC 165 – 215 °C
A3 49,000 psi 21% 101,000 psi 11.8 – 14.3 10^-6/ºC
S7 55,000 psi 25% 97,000 psi 10.7 – 11.2 10^-6/ºC 165 – 215 °C
H13 47,000 psi 21% 100,000 psi 10.4 – 12.4 10^-6/ºC


Brass exhibits remarkable malleability and ductility, allowing for easy shaping and forming. Its bright, gold-like appearance makes it a favored choice for decorative and ornamental applications. Moreover, brass showcases excellent corrosion resistance and good electrical conductivity.

Subtypes Yield Strength Elongation at Break Hardness Density
C360 15,000 PSI 53% Rockwell B78 0.307 lbs / cu. in.
CZ121 18,000 PSI 17~20% Rockwell B60 0.306 lbs / cu. in.
H70 42,000 PSI 40% Brinel 100 0.308 lbs / cu. in.
H68 53,000 PSI 18~34% Vickers 105 0.308 lbs / cu. in.
H65 56,000 PSI 44% 0.306 lbs / cu. in.


Brass, with its reddish-orange color, is a soft, malleable, and ductile metal. Renowned for its excellent electrical and high thermal conductivity, as well as good corrosion resistance, it remains a highly ductile and malleable material.

Subtypes Yield Strength Elongation at Break Hardness Density
C110 42,000 psi 9 – 30 % Rockwell B50 0.322 lbs / cu. in.
C101 37,000 psi 9 – 30 % Rockwell B60 0.323 lbs / cu. in.
T1 42,000 psi 45~50% Brinel 35 0.3215 lbs / cu. in.
T2 28,000 psi 45~50% Brinel 35 0.3215 lbs / cu. in.
T3 30,000 psi 45~50% Brinel 35 0.323 lbs / cu. in.


Titanium is a valuable metal for CNC machining due to its silvery-white color and lightweight. It’s strong, durable, and resistant to corrosion, making it an excellent option. However, working with titanium in CNC machining requires expert skill and precision to meet specific requirements.

Subtypes Yield Strength Elongation at Break Hardness Corrosion Resistance Remark
TC1 82,000 PSI 13~25 % Rockwell B70 Excellent OT4-1  Other
TC2 70,000 PSI 20 -23 % Rockwell B80 Excellent OT4
TA1 39,900 PSI 20% Rockwell B80 Excellent GR.2
TA2 54,800 PSI 18 % Rockwell B90 Excellent GR. 3

Common CNC Plastic Materials

We provide instant quotes for more than 200 kinds of plastic and compare the prices of different processing materials for you.



ABS is a copolymer made up of three monomers: acrylonitrile, butadiene, and styrene. The combination of these monomers provides ABS with a unique set of properties, including high impact resistance, good heat resistance, and excellent dimensional stability.

Mechanical properties  
Ultimate tensile strength 27.6 – 55.2 MPa
Yield strength 18.5 – 51 MPa
Young’s modulus 1.1 – 2.9 GPa
Elongation at break 10 – 50 %
Hardness 5.6 – 15.3 HV
Thermal properties  
Maximum service temperature 61.9 – 76.9 °C
Thermal expansion coefficent 84.6 – 234 10^-6/ºC
Thermal conductivity 0.188 – 0.335 W/(m⋅°C)


PMMA also known as acrylic, is a tough and transparent material that resists UV radiation and weather. It can be easily colored, shaped, and used for various applications in construction due to its attractive appearance.

Mechanical properties  
Ultimate tensile strength 55 – 83 MPa
Yield strength 64 -80 MPa
Young’s modulus 2.76 – 3.3 GPa
Elongation at break 3 – 6.4 %
Hardness 64 – 105 HRM
Thermal properties  
Maximum service temperature 70 – 80 °C
Thermal expansion coefficent 50 – 90 10^-6/ºC
Thermal conductivity 0.19 – 0.2 W/(m⋅°C)


PE (Polyethylene) is a popular thermoplastic polymer known for its exceptional properties. This lightweight, durable, and versatile material is widely used in various applications, as it can be easily processed into different shapes and sizes.

Subtypes Ultimate tensile strength Yield strength Young’s modulus Elongation at break Hardness
HDPE 22.1 – 31 MPa 26.2 – 31 MPa 1.07 – 1.09 GPa 500 – 700 % 7.9 – 9.9 HV
UHMW-PE 38.6 – 48.3 MPa 21.4 – 27.6 MPa 0.894 – 0.963 GPa 200 – 500 % 3.4 – 8.3 HV


Nylon, a synthetic thermoplastic polymer, requires careful consideration during machining to avoid overheating, which can lead to issues like melting, warping, or damage.

Subtypes Ultimate tensile strength Yield strength Young’s modulus Elongation at break Hardness
Nylon 6 64.7 – 79.1 MPa 51.2 – 63.8 MPa 1.58 – 1.97 GPa 200-300 % Shore D70
Nylon 6 30% GF 113 – 138.1 MPa 111 – 137 MPa 6.5 – 8.1 GPa 2.81 – 4.05 % Shore D92
Nylon 66 30% GF 90 MPa 90 MPa 5 GPa 10 – 14 % Shore D76
Nylon 6 FR 82 MPa 82 MPa 3.8 GPa 3 % Shore D83
Nylon 12 80 MPa 80 MPa 1.9 GPa 200% Shore D78
Nylon 66 76 MPa 50 – 80 MPa 1.85 GPa 50% Shore D82


PEEK (Polyetheretherketone) is a unique engineering plastic known for its outstanding properties, including high-temperature resistance, self-lubrication, ease of processing, and exceptional mechanical strength.

Mechanical properties  
Ultimate tensile strength 70.3 – 103 MPa
Yield strength 87 – 95 MPa
Young’s modulus 3.76 – 3.95 GPa
Elongation at break 30 – 150 %
Hardness 26.1 – 28.5 HV
Thermal properties  
Maximum service temperature 239 – 260 °C
Thermal expansion coefficent 50 – 60 10^-6/ºC
Thermal conductivity 0.24 – 0.26 W/(m⋅°C)


Polycarbonate is a strong and tough plastic with flame retardant and antioxidant properties. It has excellent impact strength, transparency, and mechanical properties.

Mechanical properties  
Ultimate tensile strength 60 – 72.4 MPa
Yield strength 59- 70 MPa
Young’s modulus 2 – 2.44 GPa
Elongation at break 50 – 120 %
Hardness 17.7 – 21.7 HV
Thermal properties  
Maximum service temperature 101 – 144 °C
Thermal expansion coefficent 120 – 137 10^-6/ºC
Thermal conductivity 0.189 – 0.218 W/(m⋅°C)


PP (Polypropylene) boasts remarkable chemical resistance, a high melting point, and low density. When machining PP using CNC, it’s crucial to use a sharp cutter with a high front angle and a low cutting speed. These measures prevent the material from overheating and melting.

Subtypes Ultimate tensile strength Yield strength Young’s modulus Elongation at break Hardness
PP Homopolymer   19 – 30 MPa 0.7 – 1.2 GPa min. 50 %  
PP 23 – 33 MPa 30 – 32 MPa 0.9 – 1.6 GPa 8 – 12 % 65 – 102 HRR
PP+GF(30%) 68 – 85 MPa   6.5 – 7 GPa 2.1 – 3.4 % 110 HRC


Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a thermoplastic material, is a viable option for CNC milling and lathing processes due to its good machinability and versatility. With proper tooling and cutting parameters, PET can be easily shaped and formed, making it ideal for creating prototypes, custom parts, and containers through CNC machining.

Mechanical properties  
Ultimate tensile strength 50 – 90 MPa
Yield strength 47 – 90 MPa
Young’s modulus 2 – 3 GPa
Elongation at break 20 – 300 %
Hardness 80 – 96 HRM
Thermal properties  
Maximum service temperature 60 – 115 °C
Thermal expansion coefficent 40 – 60 10^-6/ºC
Thermal conductivity 0.15 – 0.28 W/(m⋅°C)


PEI (Polyetherimide) is a tough and durable material known for its high melting point and abrasive characteristics. By utilizing specialized cutting tools and techniques, it can be effectively cut and shaped to produce high-quality parts with precise tolerances.

Subtypes Ultimate tensile strength Yield strength Young’s modulus Elongation at break Maximum service temperature
PEI Ultem 1000 125 MPa 125 MPa 3.1 – 3.3 GPa 12 – 35 % 170 °C
PEI Ultem 2300 30% Glass Filled 135 MPa 135 MPa 5.3 GPa 4 % 170 °C


POM (Polyoxymethylene) is a thermoplastic material renowned for its high stiffness, low friction, easy cutting, and excellent dimensional stability. However, machining POM can be challenging due to its high melting point and susceptibility to chipping or cracking if the cutting parameters are not carefully controlled.

Subtypes Ultimate tensile strength Yield strength Young’s modulus Elongation at break
Acetal Copolymer(POM-C) 60 – 70 MPa 60 – 67 MPa 2.5 – 2.7 GPa 30 – 32 %
Acetal Copolymer (POM-C) FDA 70 MPa 66 – 70 MPa 2.8 – 3 GPa 32 – 40 %
Acetal Homopolymer (POM-H) 60 – 89.6 MPa 48.6 – 72.4 MPa 2.5 – 4 GPa 15 – 75 %
Acetal Copolymer (POM-C) ESD 39 MPa 45 MPa 2.5 – 2.7 GPa 40 – 50 %


PVC is strong, durable, and resistant to chemicals, weather, and fire. However, machining it can create harmful dust and fumes that may be unsafe for workers. To keep workers safe, use proper safety equipment and ventilation during the process.

Mechanical properties  
Ultimate tensile strength 46 – 58 MPa
Yield strength 53 – 58 MPa
Young’s modulus 2.18 – 3.41 GPa
Elongation at break 25 – 80 %
Hardness 13.7 – 16.6 HV
Thermal properties  
Maximum service temperature 85 – 100 °C
Thermal expansion coefficent 112 – 149 10^-6/ºC
Thermal conductivity 0.133 – 0.144 W/(m⋅°C)


When machining PTFE, using the right cutting tools is crucial because PTFE has a low friction coefficient, which can lead to overheating and deformation of the tool. To overcome this, carbide cutting tools are commonly employed as they are durable and can withstand heat effectively.

Mechanical properties  
Ultimate tensile strength 25 – 31 MPa
Yield strength 14 – 41.4 MPa
Young’s modulus 0.39 – 2.25 GPa
Elongation at break 300 – 450 %
Hardness 50 – 65 Shore D
Thermal properties  
Maximum service temperature 250 – 270 °C
Thermal expansion coefficent 7 – 20 10^-6/ºC
Thermal conductivity 0.23 – 0.5 W/(m⋅°C)

Surface Finishes

We have experienced professionals for surface treatment of products

Name Description Materials Color Texture More
Brushing Brushing is a surface treatment technique that creates decorative lines on the workpiece by grinding the product, resulting in a beautiful and aesthetically appealing finish. Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel, Steel, ABS,etc N/A Satin
Sand Blast Sandblasting is a method that uses high-speed sand flow to clean and roughen the surface of a product. It serves to achieve a specific level of cleanliness and varying roughness on the workpiece surface. All Metal Materials, Plastic N/A Matte
Tumbling Tumbling is a surface treatment process where materials are placed in a rotating drum or container with abrasive media. The action of tumbling smoothens surfaces, deburrs edges, and improves uniformity. All Materials N/A Smooth, Matte
Polishing Polishing is a mechanical surface treatment process that uses abrasives or buffing wheels to remove imperfections, smooth surfaces, and enhance the appearance of materials, leaving a shiny and reflective finish. All Materials N/A Smooth
Anodizing Anodizing is a surface treatment for aluminum and its alloys. It forms a protective layer that boosts corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and hardness while changing the material’s surface appearance. Aluminum, Titanium Clear, Yellow,
Green, Blue,
Black, etc
Smooth, matte finish.
Painting Attach the product to be sprayed onto the rotating bracket, and then secure the bracket on the assembly line. Apply the paint evenly to the product’s surface. This process enhances the product’s tactile feel, but it may be susceptible to scratches. All Materials Clear, Yellow, Green, Blue, Black, Multiple Gloss, semi-gloss, flat, metallic, textured
Black Oxide Black oxide is an oxide film primarily utilized to enhance product corrosion resistance and appearance, while reducing light reflection. It is well-suited for treating steel and stainless steel surfaces. Steel, Stainless Steel Black Smooth, matte
Electroplating Electroplating serves functional, decorative, and corrosion-related purposes, finding widespread use across various industries. For instance, the automotive sector often employs chrome-plating on steel automobile parts. Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper, Brass, Zinc, Chrome Smooth, glossy finish
Powder Coating Powder coating is a technique for applying dry powder to metal surfaces, typically done electrostatically. The coated metal is then cured through heating or ultraviolet light to create a durable and attractive finish. Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel,etc Custom Gloss, matte or semi-gloss
Alodine An alodine finish is a conversion coating applied to aluminum parts, creating a thin protective film that helps prevent corrosion. It also serves as a primer for further painting processes. Aluminum, Stainess Steel Clear, Gold As machined
Passivation Passivation used on stainless steel to enhance corrosion resistance. It involves immersing the metal in an acid solution, removing contaminants, and forming a protective oxide layer on the surface, preventing rust and corrosion. Stainess Steel N/A Matte
Electroless Plating Electroless plating is a chemical process depositing metal onto a substrate without an external electrical current. It involves a catalytic reaction between the substrate and a metal ion solution, creating a uniform and adherent coating. Metal, Plastic Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper, Brass, Zinc, Chrome Smooth, glossy finish

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a good idea but don’t have a technical drawing, do you provide design service?

Currently, we don’t provide design services, just focus on CNC machining. Although we do have engineers capable of making CAD designs, designing involves intensive knowledge in the field of the product required. Our specialty is converting a design to real not converting an idea to a design.

I have a design, but not sure about the material, can you give me some suggestions?

Yes, we are happy to help you with our knowledge of materials. Please send us the information, we will arrange for engineers to sort it out.

Do you manufacture gears?

Yes, we do. We manufacture gear, worm, helical gear and some bevel gear in our CNC machining service.

Do you manufacture wood products such as furniture?

No, we don’t manufacture wood product.

Do you offer 3D print service?

We don’t do 3D print ourself, if you need them, we can outsources for you.

Do you offer part marking service?

Yes, we do. We do part marking with silk screening, laser engraving, and etching. If you need such service, please send design of the marking in .ai or .dwg form. 

I only have a 3D design, don’t have a 2D technical drawing, can you manufacture my design?

Yes we can. 2D drawing contains important information like tolerances, heat treatment, surface treatment etc. Without we will following ISO2768 medium for metal parts and ISO2768 coarse for plastic parts as default, and no heat treatment, no surface treetment, unless otherwise claimed.

Do you offer assembly service?

The answer is case by case. It depends on if we have the assembly equipments and environment. If it is a simple assembly and we have the equipments, we will offer assembly service.

Why .stp file, can I send other other CAD file?

Stp file is an standard 3D file that all CAD and CAM programes (Proe, UG, Solidworks etc.) can open and convert to. If you only have CAD files with other file extension, send to us, we can covert it to stp file.

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