Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining is an automated fabrication process in which computers control machine tools via programming inputs to manufacture various products or prototypes. It is the unique software and control console the machine uses that sets the system apart from other manufacturing techniques. Common machine tools used in conjunction with CNC machining include grinders, mills, lathes, and routers.
The Ultra Tool Difference: State-of-the-Art CNC Equipment
As one of the most capable CNC machining service providers in Wisconsin, our livelihood rests on our equipment and their capacities. Consequently, we own state-of-the-art precision CNC machines that elevate our manufacturing capabilities to levels other companies can’t match. Our equipment includes:
- A Brother CNC Tapping Center with Pallet Changer
- Two 19.7” x 11.8” Tables with a 14 Station Tool Holder
- A Fanuc RoboDrill
- 25.6” x 15.7” Table with a 21 Station Tool Holder
These machines are capable of drilling, tapping, milling, turning, boring and grinding all kinds of materials and can harness multiple tools via their multi-tool changer. Ultimately, these characteristics can ensure the completion of a product or prototype in a single setup. Not many manufacturers can say the same.
Metals We Machine
Advantages of CNC Machining:
In addition to being completely automated, the advantages of precision CNC machining include:
- The ability to easily manufacture complex parts with high precision in a short amount of time.
- The ability to repeat the manufacturing process as many times as necessary.
- CNC machined parts can also be made from a variety of materials including bronze, steel, aluminum, gold, and silver. Polymers such as ABS, polycarbonate, and PTFE can also be used.