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Precision & Excellence: TenX Manufacturing’s CNC Turning Services

At TenX Manufacturing, our CNC turning services are dedicated to providing precision machining solutions for a wide range of industries. CNC turning, also known as lathe machining, is a subtractive manufacturing process where a computer-controlled cutting tool removes material from a rotating workpiece to create cylindrical shapes, intricate contours, and precise features. Whether you require custom prototypes, replacement parts, or large production runs, TenX Manufacturing’s CNC turning services are equipped to deliver precise and high-quality machined components tailored to your specifications. Our dedication to advanced machining technologies and quality control ensures that we meet the demands of diverse industries with excellence.

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What is CNC Turning

CNC turning, or computer numerical control turning, is a machining process used in manufacturing to produce cylindrical components by rotating a workpiece on a lathe while a cutting tool removes material from it. This process is highly automated and controlled by computer programs, allowing for precise and efficient production of parts with varying shapes, sizes, and intricacies.

At TenX Manufacturing, our state of the art facility operates under an ISO9001:2015 certified production process, combined with a highly trained & experienced staff we ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction.

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Design for Manufacturing

Design for Manufacturing (DFM) is a set of principles and practices aimed at optimizing the design of a product to enhance its manufacturability and efficiency in the production process. The goal of DFM is to create a product design that is not only functional and meets the intended purpose but also takes into consideration the ease of manufacturing, assembly, and overall production cost. Learn More
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CNC Milling

Involves removing material from a workpiece using rotary cutters to create complex shapes and features. Learn More
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5th-axis Milling

5th-axis milling refers to the machining process in which a cutting tool moves along five different axes to create complex and intricate three-dimensional shapes. In traditional milling, only three axes (X, Y, and Z) are involved, allowing for movement in a linear fashion along these axes. However, fifth axis milling introduces two additional rotational axes, typically referred to as A and B. Learn More

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