CNC Machining Services

CNC Machining (Computer Numerical Control) is the automation of machine tools by computers which execute pre-programmed sequences of machine-control commands. Popular in the manufacturing sector, stock pieces of material are transformed through removal processed aided by computer programs CAD and CAM (computer aided design and computer aided machining).

Tools that can be controlled in this manner include lathes, mills, routers and grinders.

CNC Machining Services & Core Capabilities

Latest CNC machines have rapidly advanced machine shop productivity.

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We carry out a wider variety of tasks with greater accuracy. Labour intensive, highly technical professes are completed faster, more efficiently and safely thanks to automated control.

CNC Services

  • CNC machine tools
  • Milling machine parts
  • CNC tuning
  • Precision CNC machining
CNC Machinery - Victor Taichung Horizontal Turning Lathe

Advantages Machining CNC machinery like this Horizontal Turning Lathe all strictly adhere to principles set out in the ISO 9001 & 14001.

CNC Core Capabilities

  • Engineering services
  • Design development
  • Application services
  • Maintenance services

CNC Machining and Manufacturing

Industries in the growing manufacturing sector already benefiting from CNC machinings technological turns include automotive, military, and aerospace.

CNCs are built for niche manufacturing processes, like prototype development for example. Automate cuts increase speed and accuracy with which prototype parts can be created, when material is critical.

 

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CNC Machine Shop Advantages

  • Ensure Perfect Quality Every time
  • We Always Deliver on Manufactured Parts of the Highest Quality
  • On-Time Delivery Without Fail
  • Keep Cost Down Without Compromising Quality
  • Implementation of Latest Automation Technologies
  • Trusted Teams of Operators for systematic

Proper System Integration: CNC Machine Services with Automation

Shop productivity has improved dramatically since the automation of CNC machines, and pairings with simulation software. For example, using 3D printing machines for the finishes of 3D printed objects.

However, automation does require human supervision, and an investment in a skilled labor force. The common assumption is that these machines can be left unattended. However, certain programmed parameters like thermal expansion and tool inspections have to be carefully monitored.

As a result our operators proactively adjust warning indicators and systematically perform appropriate  measurements.