Our CNC Machining service offers you a range of multi-axis solutions capable of achieving highly complex geometries and extremely tight tolerances. Read more about the processes we offer below, or submit an RFQ via our secure portal. Want to discuss your project before submitting an RFQ? Send us an email and we'll be in touch to better understand your application.
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“Having the capabilities of performing secondary operations (e.g. adding pem nuts, polishing, paint) is a differentiator from the rapid production competition.”
-Tom S., Manufacturing Manager, Delphinus Medical Technologies, Medical Industry
Computer Numerical Control Machining (CNC Machining), describes subtractive manufacturing processes that take digital design files (CAD/CAM designs) and use them to cut away material from raw stock using defined tool paths. CNC Machining is highly precise and accurate, with .005" as a standard tolerance, and achievable tolerances to less than .001".
3Diligent offers machining of thermoplastics such as: ABS, Acetal (Delrin), Acrylic (PMMA), Nylon, PEEK, Polycarbonate, Polyetherimide (PEI), PET, PPS, Polypropylene, PVDF,
3Diligent offers machining of metals including: Tungsten, Vanadium, Inconel, Haynes, Titanium, Alloy Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Carbon Steel, Niobium, Copper, Hastalloy, Stainless Steel, Tantalum, Titanium, and Tool Steel
3Diligent offers machining of other materials including: Zirconium, Wood, Wax, Ren Board, Teflon (PTFE), Urethane, TPU
Read below about some of the specific machining technologies we can bring to bear in support of your manufacturing program.
Using a rapidly turning blade to cut into a block of raw material. The fundamental CNC Machining technology, capable of creating a wide variety of geometries with tight tolerances.
Using a focused laser beam to burn through material. Highly accurate, but best utilized on materials that do not reflect laser light or absorb heat. Generally limited to metals. Can create some distortion and burn marks from the heat.