When do you need CNC machined prototypes:?
for functional parts and assembled products that need to be checked on functional, properties or their discrepancies, fittings or tolerances check.
CNC machining can be defined as the process of removing material from a work piece, usually a sheet of thick plastic. it is a subtractive prototype method, We have 3,4 and 5 axis milling machines with high speed and CNC turning and multitasking Lathe machinery.
Material and finishing:
We can make your CAD models out of a wide range of plastic materials such as ABS, POM, PP, PA+glassfibre, PA, transparent materials such as PMMA, PC, hard foam and Renshape.
Steel , such as Stainless steel 306 , Brass and ALuminium 6061 T are matrials that are regularly chosen for high performance prodects. Aluminium can be anodized at our subsupplier,
ususaaly between 5-10 days depending on your quantity, finishing choices.
0.1 mm per 100mm