NEED YOUR PARTS QUICK? OUR CNC MACHINE SHOP SERVICES ARE FAST AND ACCURATE
PROTOTYPING AND CAD DRAWING SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE IN OUR MACHINE SHOP. WE HAVE MANY YEARS OF PRECISION MACHINING EXPERIENCE.
Just send us a computer drawing (see file types below along with what they should include).
Tell us a brief description of the type of service you need.
We work with: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Bronze and Tool Steels to name a few.
Stainless Parts For Assembly
PF CNC Machining, Millturn Lathe
Manual Turning When Needed
Stainless Hubs For Future Weldment
CNC Milled Aluminum Parts │ Aluminum Machining
CNC Part Manufacturing
CNC Drilling On A Milling Center
CNC Milling Low Carbon Tube
CNC Machined Metal Parts
Machine Shop Modified Parts
Carbon Steel Machining
Radiused Slots In Aluminum Platens
Slotting Thick Structural Angles
Plastic Turning Food Industry Parts
For a fast quote just email a CAD File to:
Before you send the email please be sure your CAD file contains the items below if applicable:
Organized layers describing the entities shown in each layer (see CAD file types that you may send us below).
A title describing the type of service you need and the dimensions of the entities visible in the file's layer.
Specify material type and thickness by writing a note on the CAD drawing itself, or in the body of your email.
Please enumerate part amount that you need of each design, on the drawing or in the body of your email.
If there is any other information that will affect the end result of your parts, and it is not provided in the email or the drawing, please send it in writing via email.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, WE ACCEPT DIFFERENT COMPUTER DRAWING FILE FORMATS
For SolidWorks users, SLDPRT (.sldprt) when sending a single part and SLDASM (.sldasm) when sending an assembly of parts. Generic parasolid documents X_B (.x_b) or X_T (.x_t) will work equally well
For Inventor users, IPT (.ipt) when sending a single part and IAM (.iam) when sending an assembly of parts. Generic parasolid documents X_B (.x_b) or X_T (.x_t) will also work just fine
STEP (.step) or STP (.stp) formats are ok, but are inferior to the format types above
IGES (.iges) and IGS (.igs) are ok but inferior to the formats above
For Autocad users, DXF/DWG files will work fine