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Precision Milling & Turning

Milling and turning are two critical processes in the world of manufacturing, and we excel in both. Our team of skilled professionals combines technical expertise with creative thinking to bring your designs to life with utmost precision and accuracy. Whether it's complex geometries, intricate details, or tight tolerances, we have the capabilities to meet and exceed your requirements.

Our precision milling services utilize cutting-edge CNC technology to remove material from the workpiece, resulting in precise shapes and dimensions. With advanced multi-axis milling capabilities, we can tackle even the most challenging projects, ensuring consistency, efficiency, and superior surface finishes.

When it comes to turning, our expertise shines through. We have the ability to create cylindrical components with exceptional precision and smooth finishes. Our turning services are ideal for producing shafts, rods, and other rotational parts with exacting specifications. With our state-of-the-art lathes and highly skilled operators, we can handle a wide range of materials and deliver results that meet the highest standards.

What sets our precision milling and turning services apart is our unwavering attention to detail and commitment to delivering excellence. We meticulously plan each project, carefully selecting the optimal tools, techniques, and materials to achieve the desired outcome. Our dedication to quality is reflected in every aspect of our work, from initial design to final inspection, ensuring that each component meets or exceeds your expectations.

Whether you need prototypes, small-scale production, or large-scale manufacturing, our precision milling and turning services are tailored to meet your specific needs. We understand the importance of timely delivery and work closely with you to ensure project timelines are met without compromising on quality.

Experience the precision and craftsmanship that sets Paragon Machine Co. apart. Trust us to be your partner in precision milling and turning, where impeccable quality, technical expertise, and customer satisfaction are the cornerstones of our service. Contact us today to discuss your project and witness the exceptional results that await you.

What is the difference between CNC precision milling and turning?

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CNC precision milling and turning are two different machining processes used to create parts with specific shapes and dimensions. Precision milling involves removing material from a workpiece using rotating cutting tools, while precision turning involves rotating the workpiece against stationary cutting tools. Milling is typically used for complex geometries, while turning is ideal for cylindrical or rotational parts. Both processes can be performed using CNC machines, offering high accuracy, repeatability, and efficiency.
What tolerances can be achieved with CNC precision milling and turning?
CNC precision milling and turning are capable of achieving tight tolerances, depending on various factors such as the machine's capabilities, the material being machined, and the complexity of the part. In general, CNC machining can achieve tolerances in the range of a few thousandths of an inch (0.001") or even tighter. However, it's important to note that achieving tighter tolerances may require additional time, specialized tooling, and higher precision machines, which can impact the cost and lead time of the project.
What materials can be used in CNC precision milling and turning?
CNC precision milling and turning can work with a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. Common materials used in these processes include aluminum, steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, titanium, and various engineering plastics. The choice of material depends on factors such as the desired strength, durability, heat resistance, and specific application requirements. CNC machines are versatile and can adapt to different materials, allowing for flexibility in material selection for precision milling and turning projects.