CNC Machining

CNC stands for Computerized Numerical Control. CNC machining is a fabrication method where written code controls the machinery in the manufacturing process. The code determines everything from the movement of the cutting head and the part to spindle speed, RPMs, etc.

The parts’ mechanical dimensions are defined using computer-aided design (CAD) software, and then translated into manufacturing directives by computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software. Therefore, it is important to have knowledgeable CNC machinists and programmers in the industry to operate this high-tech machinery.

What We Offer

Paladin Robotics provides custom CNC machining services for engineers, product developers, and designers. We use our CNC mills to rapidly produce prototypes and custom machined parts with complex geometries in the shortest possible time. With on-site CNC, we have the ability to rapidly iterate on prototypes until we produce the “first article”, which is the first part (or final prototype) before starting a production run. Once the first article is approved, we can rapidly produce small manufacturing runs. 

With precision CNC machining services, Paladin Robotics is your ideal partner to create precision machined prototypes and small run parts. 

Why We’re the CNC Machining Firm of Choice

Paladin Robotics specializes in product design and development, and we rely on our CNC machines as part of the process to rapidly iterate and develop new products. Our 3-axis and 4-axis machines are ideal for producing small parts in aluminum and softer materials, and our manufacturing partners have the capability to produce any parts that we cannot produce in-house. 

Our CNC machining services include:

On-demand manufacturing – We can produce parts as you need them

Custom to Small Run Manufacturing – Perform cost-effective production runs from single articles to hundreds, scaling up and down as your business needs change.

Milling  – CNC mills are effective for geometric designs and rapid production requirements. Our CNC capabilities include both 3-axis and 4-axis mills.

Turning – CNC turning is a process in which an automated lathe shapes a rotating workpiece. Turning is useful for shaping rounded or cylindrical geometries.

Transition to Manufacturer – We can help you transition to high-volume manufacturers to hit the lowest possible price per article.

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