The Power of CNC Machining
What is CNC Machining?
CNC machining, short for Computer Numerical Control machining, revolutionizes manufacturing by employing computer-controlled machines for precise material cutting and shaping. CNC advanced technology caters to diverse industries, spanning automotive, aerospace, medical, and consumer products.
Benefits of CNC Machining
The advantages of CNC machining are undeniable. In addition, its unmatched precision and accuracy yield superior component quality, while simultaneously reducing production time and costs when compared to traditional methods. Thus, the latest CNC machines are essential for maintaining a competitive edge in today’s manufacturing landscape.
The Latest in CNC Machining Equipment
The VTC-300C Vertical Machining Center features a powerful 40-taper spindle, full traveling column design, and fixed table for machining extremely long and heavy workpieces. With a table center partition, the machine work envelope can be transformed into two separate work areas that allow the machine to be in cycle in one work area while a part is being set up in the other. Additionally, the machine also delivers fast rapid traverse rates to reduce non-cut times.
DMG M0RI-SEIKI DURAVERTICAL 1035 ECO
The DMG M0RI-SEIKI DURAVERTICAL 1035 ECO is a CNC Machining center that has revolutionized the fabrication process. Its state-of-the-art technology ensures high precision and accuracy, making it an essential tool for our fabrication facility. Using a DMG M0RI-SEIKI DURAVERTICAL 1035 ECO ensures that every product Metro Steel USA manufactures is of the highest quality. When it comes to Fabrication, precision matters, and the DMG M0RI-SEIKI DURAVERTICAL 1035 ECO guarantees just that.
FICEP – EXCALIBUR 12-S3 CNC SINGLE SPINDLE DRILLING LINE
The Ficep drilling line features an exclusive secondary “X” axis with improved accuracy and productivity as it is not necessary to unclamp, reposition and re-clamp for each “X” axis (length axis) movement. This capability also permits scribing on all four surfaces to eliminate all manual layouts which can be automatically imported from such CAD systems as SDS2 or Tekla. The secondary axis also provides the ability to generate slotted holes, copes and large holes that exceed the maximum capability of the Excalibur 12.