Our quick turn CNC machining utilizes 3 and 5 axis, conventional and high-speed CNC equipment with the newest CAM Software. This is the most cost-effective process for producing prototypes, patterns and short-run production parts. We can manufacture machined parts from solid aluminum, steel, plastic, composites and many others giving us the capability to machine a variety of designs with high precision, that are geometrically complex, and milled components with very tight tolerances with minimum tooling.
At our facility in Southbridge, MA we are set up to service quick turn and rapid turnaround CNC machining jobs, which allows us to focus on small orders quantities along with low volume production orders. In addition, we are supported by a quality department with full CMM capability.
Demand and variety present in the quick turn CNC machining business require quick turnaround on quotes (1 hour) and turnaround time on parts of as little as 24 hours if needed. Our experienced team of machinists have the knowledge and experience to ensure that your part will be 100% right and on time to your schedule.
With state-of-the-art CNC milling machines, we can tackle one-piece prototypes, quick turn production runs or customer tooling. With 10 different CNC milling machines which are built for precise manufacturing and repeatability they are perfect for rapid prototyping and low-to-high volume production runs.
Our CNC turning machines with milling operation saves time by eliminating costly setup time, and we mill parts on multi-axis CNC lathes equipped with live tooling. Live tooling lathes can perform many different operations, including facing, threading, knurling, drilling, boring, reaming, and taper turning.
5-axis CNC machines can produce parts with complex geometries and increase productivity by minimizing the number of machine setups. The dual-axis trunnion table can position parts to nearly any angle for 5-axis (3+2) machining or provide full simultaneous 5-axis motion for contouring and complex CNC machining.
We make hard tooling from a variety of materials (hardened or pre-hardened steel, aluminum, and/or beryllium-copper alloy) to suit your budget, order volume, and time to production.