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|CNC Milling service||CNC milling is a subtractive manufacturing process that rapidly removes material from metal or plastic blocks to produce precision parts with tight tolerances.|
|CNC Turning service||CNC turning produces parts with cylindrical features by removing material from metal or plastic rods using cutters, center drills or live tooling.|
|5-axis CNC machining||5-axis CNC machines can produce parts with complex geometries and increase productivity by minimizing the number of machine setups.|
|Equipment Name||Model||Clamping Force||Precision||Quantity|
|CNC lathes||CK60||Xaxis(250mm) Zaxis(600/850/1350)||0.002||18|
|Turning and milling composite||3axis w-280(4000RPM)||350/600/700mm||0.002||6|
Here is a list of our standard CNC machining materials available through our online platform.
|Plastics||Aluminum||Stainless steel||Other steels||Other metal|
|ABS||6061-T6||303||Mild steel 1018||Brass C360|
|Nylon 6||6082||304||Mild steel 1045||Copper C101|
|POM (Delrin)||7075||316||Mild steel A36||Copper C110|
|Polycarbonate||5083||2205 Duplex||Alloy steel 4140||Titanium Grade 2|
|PVC||17-4||Alloy steel 4340|
|HDPE||420||Tool steel O1|
|PTFE (Teflon)||Tool Steel A2|
|PEEK||Tool Steel D2|
|G-10||Tool Steel S7|
More materials and heat treatments are available upon request
Surface finishes are applied after machining and can change the appearance, surface roughness, hardness and chemical resistance of the produced parts.
|As Machined (standard)||~125 RA µin (3.2 RA µm). Minor tool marks will be visible on the part.|
|Smoothed||Parts are machined at a lower feed rate in order to achieve a surface roughness of ~62.5 RA µin (1.6 RA µm). Surface roughness can be decreased up to ~32 RA µin (0.8RAµm) upon request.|
|Bead Blasted||Bead blasting adds a uniform matte or satin surface finish on a machined part, removing all tool marks. Mainly used for aesthetic purposes.|
|Anodized Clear or Color (type II)||Anodizing adds a thin, hard, non-conductive ceramic coating on the surface of aluminum parts, increasing their corrosion and wear resistance. Available in a variety of colors.|
|Anodized Hardcoat (type III)||Hardcoat anodizing produces a thicker ceramic coating providing excellent corrosion and wear resistance. for functional applications.|
|Powder Coated||Powder coating adds a thin layer of strong, wear and corrosion resistant protective polymer paint on the surface of a part. Available in a large range of colors.|
|Electropolished||Electropolishing is an electrochemical process used to polish, passivate and deburr metal parts. It is useful to reduce surface surface roughness.|
|Black oxide||Black oxide is a conversion coating used to improve corrosion resistance and minimize light reflection.|
|Brushing||Brushing is produced by polishing the metal with grit resulting in a unidirectional satin finish.|
Other surface finishes are also available. Learn more about our metal and plastic surface finishing capabilities here.
The table below summarizes the standard tolerances of the parts produced by certified Nuoue Manufacturing Partners. Tolerances up to .0008” (0.020mm) are available upon request.
|Part size / Dimension||Tolerance||Angularity|
|< 12’’ (300 mm)||± .005’’ (0.125 mm)||± 0.5°|
|< 24’’ (600 mm)||± .010’’ (0.250 mm)||± 1.0°|
|< 36’’ (900 mm)||± 1/64’’ (0.400 mm)||± 1.0°|
Tightest tolerance: ±.0008’’ (0.020 mm) Tighter tolerances are examined on a case by case basis with your technical drawings.
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