Our CNC Machines are Versatile and Adjustable
Precision Gage & Tool provides CNC machining and turning processes that always deliver high quality, on-demand parts. We offer a wide variety of dependable CNC Machining solutions. Our multi-pallet CNC Machines are computer controlled. We use CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) software to generate the code which is then fed to the CNC Machine using computers. Here at Precision Gage & Tool we have a very wide variety of tool heads. Tooling changes are done automatically using the computer programming to communicate with the machine making the production process seamless, precise and fast. The tooling used in CNC machines depends on your desired outcome and component material.
What Is CNC Machining? The term “CNC” stands for “Computer Numerical Control”. CNC Machining is a subtractive manufacturing method that uses cutting tools to remove material from a block of raw material or a pre-existing material. With CNC Machining, a software program controls and manages the behavior of a machine in turn eliminating any possibility of human error while producing results that are more detailed and finished in a shorter period of time.
Can our CNC Machines Work with Your Material?
Our various tool heads allow our CNC Machines to work on various materials, including:
and more… Questions about a specific material should be sent to email@example.com.
When Should You Use CNC Machines?
A company hoping to create a piece of precision equipment with the help of CAD/CAM plans can be well-served by our CNC Machining tools. A CNC machine is capable of doing everything a regular milling machine could do, with the added benefits of computerized precision. Our CNC machines can deliver:
- Speed – CNC Machines can produce parts quickly in a single step that would normally require multiple time consuming manufacturing steps.
- Cost efficiency – The increased accuracy and precision of our CNC Machines allow us to take advantage of raw materials, and minimize waste.
- Reliability – Since our CNC Machines use your CAD/CAM specs to create your part, you are sure to get the results you need.