CNC Precision Machining

CNC Precision Machining is a process to remove material from an object to create a smaller, finished product utilizing cutting machines, software applications, and human engineering to meet very exacting specifications and close tolerance finishes. It usually refers to CNC turning, CNC milling service, Multi-Spindle machining or electrical discharge machining. Quality precision machining requires the ability to follow extremely specific blueprints, these blueprints must be adhered to with great detail to ensure that a product retains its integrity.


CNC precision machining is very efficient, cost effective, simple and very safe to use. Premium provide precision machining work by our advanced 3 axis & 4 axis & 5 axis CNC machines and 19 years experience engineers to ensure all the parts are highly performed.


CNC Precision Machining

5 axis CNC Machining Service

Premium provides 5 axis machining service, 5 axis CNC machine move a workpiece along five different axes concurrently. This requires high-level precision machining of very complicated parts that are far beyond other machining technologies can provide.


Five-sided milling also produces a smooth surface finish which is necessary for many manufacturing applications. In spite of its utilization of advanced technology, 5-axis CNC machining offers premium results at an affordable price point and fast turnaround. 


Advantages Of CNC Precision Machining

1) Improved Workflow

It's particularly important that engineers'time and skills are spent on actual product development and not small design changes. Premium offers precision machining services that can usually assist with minor modifications during the prototyping process to meet design and different industry standards.


2) Less Material Waste to Save Cost

There is great potential for material waste from start to finish on a single product, the key concept of CNC precision machining is subtraction, Precision machining helps to reduce material costs due to wastage from human error.


3) Low Error

By using CNC machines, once the correct specifications are keyed in, the automated precision machining process starts work. The probability of error is extremely low as compared to human machining.


4) Consistent Product Quality

Precision machining leads to consistent output time after time. Premium's consistently producing quality product leads to customer confidence and enhances your brand's awareness.


5) Faster Production Cycles

Precision machining is able to offer your products to market faster, owns obvious advantages over facilities that are still using older technologies. Customers will be more flexible with changes due to industry regulations or customer requests.


6) Reduced Turnaround Time

Premium is experienced in this type of work and has the system in place to get the job done as efficiently as possible, to improve your project's workflow and reduced turnaround time.


7) Easier Testing for Prototyping

Precision CNC machining allows a flexible product-development phase as the marketing opportunity is determined.


Once the market has a demand, the machining can be shifted into an all-sided production mode, it allows for prototyping to functional parts, functional prototyping motivates more confidence from customers than a more concept/design prototyping.

Precision CNC Machining Tolerance

Here are standard tolerances of the parts produced by Premium Rapid and Mold, tolerances up to ± 0.01mm are available upon request and less than ± 0.01mm tightest tolerances are examined on a case by case basis with your technical drawings.


Tolerance Level

Dimension Range

Specifications

<<2000mm,  >1000mm

<<1000mm, >400mm

<<400mm, >120mm

<<120mm, >30mm

<<30mm, >6mm

<<6mm, >3mm

<<3mm, >0.5mm

Tolerance Standard

F

±0.5mm

±0.3mm

±0.2mm

±0.15mm

±0.1mm

±0.05mm

±0.05mm

M

±1.2mm

±0.8mm

±0.5mm

±0.3mm

±0.2mm

±0.1mm

±0.1mm

C

±3mm

±2mm

±1.2mm

±0.8mm

±0.5mm

±0.3mm

±0.2mm

V

±6mm

±4mm

±2.5mm

±1.5mm

±1mm

±0.5mm


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