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At Toolcraft, we pride ourselves on our comprehensive CNC machining services that cater to a wide array of industries, from automotive to medical devices. For over fifty years, our commitment to unmatched quality has positioned us as a leader in precision machining, consistently meeting the demanding standards of our clients.

What is CNC Machining? CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining is a process used in manufacturing that involves the use of computers to control machine tools. Tools that can be controlled in this manner include lathes, mills, routers, and grinders. The CNC in CNC Machining stands for Computer Numerical Control.

Our CNC Machining Capabilities Our facility is equipped to handle precision metal and engineered plastic components, with the capacity to machine parts up to 39 inches in length, 18 inches in width, and 23 inches in height. Our skilled journeymen toolmakers, many of whom bring over 30 years of experience, routinely achieve precision tolerances of +/-0.001 inches or tighter.

Machinery Axis and Advanced Equipment We utilize state-of-the-art CNC equipment that can perform multiple operations across various axes simultaneously, significantly reducing production time and increasing accuracy. Our advanced machining capabilities allow us to produce extremely complex designs that meet precise specifications.

Materials Used We work with a broad spectrum of materials, including various metals and engineered plastics, ensuring that we can accommodate the unique needs of each project. We maintain a large stock of raw materials to expedite the manufacturing process, allowing us to start most jobs immediately.

Applications of Our CNC Machining Services Our precision CNC machining services are critical in industries where precise component fabrication is crucial. We provide specialty and low-volume machined components for the heavy equipment, automotive, and medical device industries, ensuring that every part we produce is up to the exact standards required by these demanding fields.

For more information on our CNC machining services or to discuss your specific requirements, visit our website. At Toolcraft, your precision needs are our top priority.