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COMPREHENSIVE CNC MACHINING SERVICES
TenX Manufacturing offers an extensive range of CNC machining services, including milling with 5th axis capabilities, wire EDM, sinker EDM, and turning. Each process enables TenX to provide machined parts in both prototype and production quantities using a variety of materials.
CNC MACHINING SERVICES
CNC MillingInvolves removing material from a workpiece using rotary cutters to create complex shapes and features. Learn More
CNC TurningIdeal for components such as shafts, pins, and cylinders, TenX can produce simple and complex turned parts with high accuracy and repeatability. Learn More
5th Axis MillingThe 5th axis milling capability refers to the ability to rotate the workplace on an additional axis, allowing for more intricate and multi-sided machining. This enables TenX to product highly precise and intricate components with complex geometries. Learn More
Wire EDMUtilizes a thin, electrically-charged wire to cut through conductive materials with extreme precision. This process is ideal for producing intricate shapes, thin walls, and tight tolerances to machines parts with high accuracy. Learn More
Sinker EDMUses an electrode and a workpiece submerged in a dielectric fluid. Electrical discharges are used to erode the workpiece and create the desired shape. This process is suitable for complex, three-dimensional parts, especially in materials that are difficult to machine traditionally. Learn More
PROVEN EXPERTISE FOR A RANGE OF CNC MACHINING SERVICES
Whether it’s prototyping or production quantities, TenX’s processes allow for efficient and accurate manufacturing. Our expertise in machining both plastic and metal materials further expands the possibilities. Plastic materials such as ABS, acrylic, nylon, and PEEK can be machined to create prototypes, functional parts, or even low-volume production runs. Similarly, metal materials like aluminum, stainless steel, brass, and titanium can be machined to produce high-quality prototypes and larger production quantities.
Want a quote for your CNC machining service? TenX requires a few things. By gathering information such as 3D CAD files, tolerances, material specifications, surface finish requirements, and any specific quality requirements, we can accurately assess the scope of your project to provide comprehensive and accurate quotes for CNC machined parts.
Frequently Asked Questions
CNC machining stands for Computer Numerical Control machining. It is a manufacturing process that uses pre-programmed computer software to control machining tools and equipment.
CNC machining works by using computer-aided design (CAD) software to create a digital model of the part to be machined. The CNC machine then interprets the design and controls the cutting tools to shape the material accordingly.
CNC machining can work with a variety of materials, including metals (aluminum, steel, brass), plastics, wood, and composites.
Precision, repeatability, high production speeds, and the ability to create complex shapes are some of the key advantages of CNC machining.
CNC milling involves cutting material using a rotating cutter, while CNC turning involves rotating the material against a stationary cutting tool. Milling is typically used for more complex shapes, while turning is suitable for cylindrical parts.
Designs are typically created using CAD software, and the design file is then converted to a CNC program using CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) software.
Tolerances depend on the material, machine capabilities, and the specific requirements of the project. CNC machining can achieve high precision, often within a few thousandths of an inch.
Challenges can include tool wear, material selection, programming errors, and maintaining tight tolerances. Understanding and addressing these challenges is crucial for successful CNC machining.
CNC operators set up the machines, load materials, and monitor the machining process. Programmers create the CNC code based on the design specifications.
Yes, CNC machining is often used for prototyping due to its ability to quickly and accurately produce prototypes from digital designs.