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Aluminum Factory


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As a leading force in advanced manufacturing, we bring cutting-edge solutions to the forefront of your production needs. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in every intricately machined component, crafted with unparalleled precision and expertise. From prototyping to full-scale production, we leverage state-of-the-art CNC technology to transform your designs into reality. Explore our range of machining services and discover how we can elevate your projects with the highest standards of accuracy, efficiency, and reliability.

CNC 3-5 Axis Milling

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling is a machining process that utilizes computerized controls and rotating cutting tools to remove material from a workpiece. CNC milling machines come in various configurations, including 3-axis, 4-axis, and 5-axis setups. The number of axes refers to the directions in which the cutting tool can move simultaneously.

Manual Turning

Manual turning, also known as manual lathe turning, is a traditional machining process that involves shaping a workpiece on a manual lathe. In manual turning, a skilled operator manipulates the cutting tools and controls the movement of the workpiece to achieve the desired shape. This process is commonly used for both prototyping and small-scale production of parts with relatively simple geometries.

CNC Turning

CNC turning is a machining process that uses computer-controlled lathes to create cylindrical or conical shapes by removing material from a rotating workpiece. The process is commonly used for producing cylindrical components with a variety of features, such as grooves, threads, and contoured surfaces. CNC turning is widely utilized in the manufacturing industry for its efficiency, precision, and versatility.

Manual Machining

Manual machining refers to the process of shaping and finishing materials using manually operated machine tools, without the use of computerized controls. Skilled machinists or operators manipulate the tools and control the movements of the machine to achieve precise and intricate shapes. Manual machining has been a fundamental method in manufacturing for many years and is still relevant in various industries for certain applications.

Wire EDM

Wire Electrical Discharge Machining (Wire EDM) is a machining process that uses electrical discharges (sparks) to shape and cut electrically conductive materials with a thin, charged wire electrode. It is a highly precise and efficient method for producing complex shapes and intricate cuts. Wire EDM is commonly used in the manufacturing industry for applications that require tight tolerances and intricate detailing.

Laser Cutting and Etching

Laser cutting and laser etching are advanced manufacturing processes that utilize laser technology for precise material removal and surface modification. These processes are widely used in various industries for cutting, engraving, and marking a variety of materials.


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