CNC Turning

At FRIMA Machining, we specialize in CNC turning services to mass-produce parts or product prototypes. We have a lot of experience with general threading and CNC machining of round parts, including shafts, worms and balls. Whether you need one prototype or thousands, we can help you out.

CNC turning is a precise, high-speed machining process that uses a computer-controlled lathe to remove material from a workpiece. This process is typically used to create cylindrical parts with a consistent diameter and smooth surface finish. CNC turning can also create complex external and internal geometries, including various threads. For round parts like shafts, worms, spheres. However, for other angular parts, CNC milling may be more effective.

Advantages of CNC turning

CNC turning is especially well-suited for creating small, precise parts that would be difficult or impossible to make using other methods. This makes it an ideal choice for applications in the medical, aerospace, and electronics industries. In addition, CNC turning can be used to create complex parts with multiple features, such as thrCNC (computer numerical controlled) turning is a widely used machining process that offers several advantages over traditional turning methods.

CNC turning is more precise and can produce more intricate designs than traditional methods. It is also faster and more versatile, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. The main advantages of CNC turning are:

  • CNC turning machines are very efficient at creating round or cylindrical parts.
  • You can carry out a variety of different cuts on CNC turned parts, including drilling, boring, threading, and knurling.
  • Parts produced with CNC turning are usually of a very high quality.

CNC turning metals and CNC turning plastics

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a CNC turning process for your project. First, you need to decide what type of material you want to use. Metals, such as aluminum and steel, can be machined using CNC turning, but plastics such as acrylic and polycarbonate can also be used. Second, you need to decide what size and shape you want your finished product to be. CNC turning can create parts with very tight tolerances, so you can be sure that your product will be the exact size and shape you need.

Quality Control From FRIMA CNC Machining

CNC Turning Metals

CNC turning is a common manufacturing process for mechanical and cosmetic components. Parts can be made from a variety of metals, including aluminum, magnesium, steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, bronze, titanium, and nickel alloy. CNC turning can produce parts with high strength, accuracy, and surface finish.

FRIMA Test-equipment

CNC Turning Plastics

At FRIMA, we offer CNC turning services for both metal and plastic parts. We work with a variety of materials, including nylon, polycarbonate, ABS, POM, PP, PMMA, PTFE, PEI, and PEEK. This allows us to create more accurate parts than if we were using 3D printing.

Our CNC Turning Capabilities

We offer high-quality CNC turning services to our clients. We have a wide range of CNC turning machines that can handle any project, big or small. Plus, our team of experienced machinists are experts at operating these machines.

Here are some of the services we offer:

FRIMA Manual-Operation-Supported CNC Turning

Fast Tooling: We offer CNC Services for rapid tooling, delivering our product in a short time.

FRIMA Safety-Guard CNC Turning

-Rapid Prototyping: Rapid Prototyping for a large scale of materials, several different types of molds available.

FRIMA Diverse-Accessories CNC Turning

-Mass Production: Products manufacturing available and quality guaranteed.

Surface Finishes for CNC Turning

There are a variety of surface finishes that can be achieved through CNC turning. The type of finish will be determined by the desired application of the part. Different finishes can be applied to CNC turned parts to achieve the desired look and feel.

  • Milled parts will have visible cutter marks, surface finishing can be used to improve the appearance.
  • Anodizing can also be used to add a thin, hard coating that comes in a variety of colors.
  • Heavy bead blasting will remove heavier cutter marks and scratches, while a smooth finish can be achieved with 600 grit paper.
  • Powder coating is another option that adds a strong, wear-resistant, and corrosion-resistant protective layer to the surface of the part.

Why Choose FRIMA for CNC Turning?

Thank you for considering FRIMA for your CNC turning needs. We are confident that we can provide you with a level of service and quality that is second to none.

Our team of skilled and experienced machinists are dedicated to providing the highest quality products and services to our clients. We use the latest technology and equipment to ensure that our products meet the highest standards.

If you are in need of CNC turning services, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be more than happy to provide you with a no obligation quotation, or to answer any questions you may have.

Get Your Parts Into Production Today!