CNC Precision Machining Parts For Mechanical

Machining Factory: CNC precision machining
Material: Alu and SS
Origin: Zhongshan, China
Production: CNC machining
Size: Customized
Surface Treatment: Anodized
Color: Custom
Inspected:100% Inspected before shipment
Shipping:15-25Work days

CNC precision machining parts

Materials6063 aluminum and 304stainless steel
Surface treatmentAnodizing
Tolerance Precision ± 0.01mm
Testing equipmentCMM; tool microscope;multi-joint arm; automatic height gauge; manual height gauge; dial gauge; marble platform; roughness measurement
ProcessingCNC precision machining
File formatsSolid works, pro/engineer, AutoCAD(DXF, DWG), PDF, TIF, etc.
Service projectTo provide production design, production and technical service, mold development, processing, etc
Quality assurance ISO14001:2015,IATF16949:2016

CNC precision machining parts manufacturer

When it comes to making precise machine parts, mechanical components are typically produced using CNC machines. These components are essential in engineering, and almost every machine with moving parts relies on them. CNC precision machining is one of the top methods for creating intricate mechanical parts.
CNC machines have the capacity to add shapes, features, and intricate details to mechanical parts to improve their functionality.

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After years of development and innovation, it has developed into a large enterprise integrating R & D, design, and production of CNC precision machining parts.

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At MK CNC we have vast experience in manufacturing mechanical parts with tight tolerances. We understand that mechanical parts are meant to meet strict quality standards. Therefore each part we manufacture is put through a quality control process to make sure it comes out as per the client’s requirements. The majority of mechanical components are crafted from steel owing to its exceptional strength and longevity. Nonetheless, it is worth noting that we have the capability to fashion parts from alternative metals such as aluminum, brass, and copper. Among the diverse applications of CNC-manufactured mechanical parts, car engines, and industrial machinery represent two of the most prevalent uses.

However mechanical parts are also commonly used in defense, and aerospace industries along with some applications in electronics such as HVACs. If you want to add to the durability and longevity of the mechanical part you can get it coated with an anodization process.

CNC mechanical parts start their life as a 3D drawing that can be used to tweak the part and make it as precise as possible. Once the 3D drawing has been made you can use the drawing to get any number of mechanical parts manufactured. So once you have finalized the design of your mechanical part you can save it to quickly get more copies made in future by feeding the design to a CNC machine.

Why Use CNC Machines For Manufacturing Mechanical Parts?
The complexity and tight tolerances required for making mechanical parts is only possible through CNC precision machining. CNC machines allow you to achieve a tolerance of up to ± 0.01mm which is almost negligible.

In addition, you can get any volume of the same part made with the help of CNC precision machining. There is no restriction on the minimum number of the same part you can get made. This allows manufacturers to perform rapid prototyping in order to get the part perfectly aligned to their product’s needs. Here are just some of the many mechanical parts you can manufacture using precision machining:
Sprockets: Sprockets are one of the most commonly used mechanical tools in systems that involve a chain. Sprockets can have a large number of teeth that are used to drive a chain forward. CNC precision machining has the capability to precisely form these teeth with the right length and width.

The accuracy offered by CNC machines makes them ideal for making complex shapes such as sprockets. You can manufacture bulk sprockets with this precise manufacturing method to perfectly match the chains that go on them.

Gears: Everything from heavy duty machinery to vehicles uses gears to drive or convey loads. As the gears get more complex it becomes difficult to manufacture them using traditional methods. CNC machining allows you to create complex gear systems where each gear fits the adjacent gears in the system.
Whether you need a single gear or need multiple gears for your drive system MK CNC can manufacture them for you.

Seals: While seals are not a moving part they play a key role in keeping the liquids in equipment and vehicles where they should be. Without durable and long lasting seals equipment would not be able to hold fluids such as oil and wear off faster.
Machining allows you to create seals in any dimension or thickness you need to fit your equipment. You can also use multiple materials to make the seals more durable and reliable.

Joints: Machines and heavy duty equipment are made up of multiple sections that need to be joined together using joints. Fasteners and joints are one of the most common mechanical components you will find in most machines. CNC machining is widely used to manufacture joints such as screws, clips, rivets, and bolts that can hold different sections in place. No matter if your equipment is big or small it still needs sturdy joints to keep components from moving around. Joints made using CNC machines are known for their quality and accuracy.

Pulleys: Pulleys are still a common component in mechanical equipment and they need to have the right thickness and depth to move the belts along. Unless you use a precision manufacturing technique such as CNC machining it can be difficult to achieve the right surface finish, depth and width requires to seat the belt in place.

Applications of CNC machining mechanical parts in different industries
Every industry has some aspects that utilize mechanical parts. However, some industries have a higher utilization of CNC machining parts than others. Here are some industries that rely heavily on CNC machining parts:
Automotive industry: The automotive industry has one of the highest utilization of CNC-made mechanical parts. Cars manufacturers need mechanical components to build engine parts, brakes, and suspension systems.

So it doesn’t come as a surprise that car manufacturers rely heavily on CNC machining to get the parts they need.
Manufacturing industry: Manufacturing industries use large equipment such as conveyor belts, industrial robots, drills, grinders, and other tools that require mechanical parts. Since manufacturing equipment is meant to withstand high levels of stress the parts used in these equipment also need to be high quality. CNC machining allows you to create mechanical parts of heavy duty machinery while maintaining quality and durability.
Construction industry: The construction industry uses heavy duty equipment such as bulldozers, cranes, trucks, and compactors all of which are made up of hundreds of mechanical parts.

CNC machines can manufacture large mechanical components to support the heavy duty equipment used in manufacturing.
Fitness equipment industry: The fitness industry relies heavily on machines that use pullies, drive systems, and other complex mechanical parts.
CNC machining process is ideal for making fitness equipment parts because it allows you to work on steel which is known for its strength and rigidity.

Learn inspection

This technological process includes:

1: After the workpiece is put on the machine, the work should be re-checked according to the drawing and process. Only when the inspection is within the tolerance range can be processed according to the requirements of the program sheet, so that the drawings, processes, and the program sheet are all corresponding.

2: In terms of size, the touch of the workpiece, and the size of the insertion position meet the requirements of the 3D drawing file. For the position of EDM, CNC needs to leave the EDM margin, and the more important assembly positions should be measured by 3D inspection.

3: For some extremely irregular CNC surfaces or positions with high size requirements, some positions that cannot be measured by common measuring tools, three-dimensional measurement is required if necessary.

4: the workpiece must not have rust, bumps, chipping, and burrs. At the same time, there should not be a large amount of residual cutting fluid, cutting oil, and iron filings in the holes on the surface of the workpiece.

5: According to the 3D drawing file, check whether the workpiece has been completely processed without omission, the benchmark is correct. All the positions requiring sharp corners (especially the sealing position) cannot be chamfered or R.And check the size according to the drawing and then check the self-check. stated on the slip.

6: The CNC machined electrode requires no burrs on the surface, the serial number and electrode number are complete, clear, and correct, and there must be no writing other than the electrode number and electrode number.

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