AEC provides best CNC Machining Services in India. We create metal parts exactly as required. Precision machining with state-of-the-art machining centres helps to assure a tight range of tolerances.
How CNC Machining Works?
CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing method. Thus, the final part is created from a larger block of metal through material removal this process involves a rotating cutting tool that removes chips from the material when brought into contact with the work piece.
CNC refers to computer numerical control. All CNC machines are run by computers that translate the human input into movements through code. Computer-controlled systems enhance the repeatability and precision of the manufacturing processes.
Such systems can translate 3D CAD models straight into CAM models, meaning that no manual writing of code is necessary. The programs generate the code based on the geometry of the digital parts.
Our CNC Milling Capabilities
Our CNC machining capabilities include 3 axis milling centres.
Maximum dimensions: 650 x 450 x 500 mm.
Our CNC Turning Capabilities
Our CNC Turning machining capabilities include a variety of possibilities. Anything from one-off prototypes to large-batch manufacturing.
Max diameter: 250 mm
Max length: 650 mm
About CNC Turning
CNC turning is suitable for creating cylindrical parts. The most common example of a turned part is a shaft.
CNC cuts the shape by spinning the metal part. The cutting tool can move axially in 2 ways – along the side of the part as well as to and from.
Thus, the automated system controls the cutting tool, bringing it into contact with the work piece, while the part itself is turning. As a result, bits of swarf are cut from the metal to produce the required shape.
AEC can perform many operations like turning, boring, threading, etc. is able to machine components in a wide range of materials. These include steel, stainless steel, aluminium, titanium and copper alloys.