Wintech Rapid provides CNC machining for rapid prototype making and on-demand manufacturing, with speed, accuracy and competitive cost. For prototype quantities of custom metal and plastic parts, CNC Machining is often the best process, short of tooling, to match proposed production-part properties. The process of CNC machining include CNC milling, CNC turning, EDM sparking, wire EDM sparking and laser engraving, polishing etc.
What Is CNC Machining?
CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing process. Accordingly to the specification of your 3D design, we create precision CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) machining paths and use software to control the equipment with a variety of precision cutting tools to remove the raw material to make a part or product.
CNC machining is not only to manufacture prototypes but also to be used for our plastic injection molding or pressure die casting services.
We can source whatever materials including magnesium, steel, aluminum, brass to meet your design requires. The most common materials we utilize are:
Metals: Aluminum 6061, Aluminum 7075, SS303, SS304, SS316, Low carbon steel 1018, 1020, Brass, Copper, and more.
Plastics: ABS, Polypropylene, PMMA ( like Plexiglas® acrylic), PC (polycarbonate, Lexan®), Nylon, POM (Delrin® acetal), and more.
CNC milling machine processing is based on the technical requirements of the shape, accuracy, size and surface roughness of the workpiece to determine the processing technology and processing parameters. Program the machining program into the controller and send the command to the servo. CNC milling machines can process parts with particularly complex contours or difficult to control dimensions, such as mold parts and housing parts. It has the advantages of strong adaptability, high processing precision, stable processing quality and high efficiency.
CNC turning is one of the most used machining methods in CNC machining. During CNC turning, the workpiece makes a rotary motion, and the tool moves in a straight line or a curve. While the tool tip moves relative to the workpiece, a certain workpiece material is removed to form a corresponding workpiece surface.