What is Precision Machining?
In order to produce a finished product, precision machining removes extra raw material from a workpiece while maintaining close tolerance finishing. To put it simply, it refers to cutting huge portions of material into smaller, more precise bits that can adhere to very strict criteria. This procedure, which often uses Computer Numerical Control (CNC) equipment, entails cutting, milling, turning, and electrical discharge machining.
Why Choose Us?
Mex Quest manufactures prototypes and small batch production of precision-machined products in a variety of materials with a variety of finishes. Our 40 years of experience has been instrumental in ensuring we deliver the best products and service to our clients.We offer the following Precision Machining products and services for all industries:
- CNC Milling
- CNC Turning
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS OF PRECISION MACHINING?
Precision machining is a subtractive process that uses raw materials like plastic, ceramic, metal, or composites along with specialised software, engineered equipment, and process stages to produce the necessary fine-featured products. A lot of the time, computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) systems provide the instructions for precision machining.
The use of these programmes and the designs improves our capacity to adhere to strict specifications. While the majority of designs are ultimately designed and computer-aided, many begin as hand-drawn sketches in the early stages.
WHAT MATERIALS AND TOOLS ARE USED IN PRECISION MACHINING?
A variety of raw beginning materials, including but not limited to plastic, ceramic, metal, composites, steel, bronze, graphite, and glass, can be utilised for precision machining. A mixture of tools may be utilised to remove the raw material with delicate cuts and removal.
Depending on the source material, these tools change. Milling machines, lathes, Electric Discharging Machines (also known as EDMs), saws, and grinders are among the frequently used tools.