Our CNC machining process produces prototypes and end-use parts within 3 – 4 days. We use CNC Turning, CNC 3-axis, 5-axis and TurnMill processes to manufacture parts from more than 30 engineering-grade plastics and metals. Please fill the form below and we shall get back to you within 2-4 hrs.
At Sinterize, we have wide range of capabilities offered through single, easy-to-use platform so you spend less time sourcing parts and more time on design innovation.
From Prototype to Production, high-quality mechanical parts delivered within days not weeks.
Our CNC turning process produces custom prototypes and end-use production parts in as fast as 1 day. We use a CNC lathe with live tooling so features like axial and radial holes, flats, grooves, and slots can be machined. We have 4 CNC Turning machines at our sister concern THINK3D in India.
THINK3D offers CAD modeling services. While CAD is used mainly in engineering drawing and construction architecture, it can also used to accomplish preliminary design and layouts, design details and calculations, creating 3D models, creating and releasing drawings, as well as interfacing with analysis, marketing, manufacturing, and end-user personnel.
There are basically five different types of CNC machines:
Milling is suitable for many different features, including threading, chamfering, slotting, etc. This allows for producing complex designs on a single CNC milling centre with enviable accuracy. The tolerances for CNC machining are around +/- 0.1 mm.
The creation of these aforementioned features requires a variety of different milling operations:
1. Cost Efficient
80% of aspect and mechanical parts can be CNC milled within minutes or even seconds by optimizing the tool paths and using special cutting tools. With automation set up, CNC milling is super cost-efficient for mass production comparing with additive manufacturing in most of the cases.
2. Materials & Finishes Options
Besides of fast turnaround time, various type and spec of the plastic, metal block are available for milling, and different type of surface finishing is available for CNC milling parts, such as painting, anodizing and chroming. It’s great a combination of function and aspect.
3. Unlock Complexity
Because the cutting tool of a milling machine can approach the workpiece from several different angles, it is possible to create complex shapes CNC parts, with more axis, we can create parts of greater complexity. If a CNC project demands an irregular shape, milling is often the best bet.
While potentially any solid, stable material can be milled, we have a standard selection of raw material including hard plastics and aluminum, various steels, titanium, magnesium, brass, copper and other alloys.
Note that some hardened steels may be too hard to CNC machine, or else would require specialty cutting tools and longer processing times. Soft elastomers or plastics may also be impossible to mill since they cannot be held in a fixed position or would change in shape under the pressure of the cutting tool.
Rough turning removes as much material as possible without a focus on accuracy and surface finish, getting the workpiece close to the desired shape. Finish turning “finishes” the process, producing the desired smoothness and accuracy.