Manufacturers in the aerospace industry uses CNC machines to create and assemble high precision & tight tolerance aviation and space shuttle components for engines, wings, and even space rockets. Because one malfunction in a component can cause disastrous results, manufacturers rely on the precision of CNC machines to eliminate any risk of human error.
CNC machines in the automotive industry can be used to create precise components in an engine, suspension, fluid systems, exhausts, brakes, and many more. As the industry is known for its high manufacturing rate, components can be produced with speed and in large volume, which is highly cost-effective for car manufacturers.
In the rail industry, CNC machines can create many rail components to the highest precision and consistency. Some of these machined components can be assembled into train carriages, bogies, and wheels.
CNC machines can also come in large-scale operations specifically for large-scale applications in shipyards. These operations include standard cutting procedures of thick metal sheets as well as production lines of large-scale panels.
Components in the medical industry also utilizes CNC machines for its demand in high precision and high tolerance parts. These components include surgical instruments, respiratory & cardiac devices, critical parts in CT and MRI scanners, and even custom components.
With renewable energy growing in popularity and demand, CNC machines provide precise, efficient, and quality components that goes in power generating structures and tools. These energy producing tools and structures include wind turbines, windmills, solar panels, and hydropower turbines & generators.
Manufacturers in the Petrochemical Industry produce precise and close tolerance components. These components include sockets, valves, flanges, manifold assemblies, and flow meters that is used in refineries all around the world.
Many critical components that goes in our daily household appliances such as refrigerator, kitchen stove, and washing machine are made from CNC machines. These critical parts include bolts, screws, shafts, bushing, and cases.
As the name suggests, micromachining involves machining with tools smaller than 0.015” in diameter. With such a tiny diameter, the tolerance becomes even tighter and the accuracy becomes even greater. The abundance of industries that require micro cut components include fiber optics, electronics, medical, aerospace, energy, food manufacturing, and many more.
DIE & MOLD
Often measured as a good indicator of global manufacturing health, the die & mold sector covers many critical global industries such as aerospace, automotive, medical, electronics, and even food & beverage. Die & mold machines are designed to meet the high demands of speed, quality, and accuracy.