CNC Machining

Computer numerical control (CNC) machining allows Visser Precision to have computer automated control of machine tools. CNC machining eliminates the need for a manual operator and uses programmed instructions to achieve desired results.

CNC Metal Part

CNC Machining

Look no farther than Visser Precision for high-accuracy CNC machines. Our equipment is capable of complying with the most stringent legal standards in a variety of sectors. Whether you need extensive machine work such as 5-axis spindles or just a simple part machined, we can help. 

CNC is a term used to describe computer-controlled manufacturing; according to Goodwin University, it is a manufacturing process that uses computer software to control production equipment. This allows for the creation of items with precision and accuracy. 

Our CNC machines produce products in a temperature-controlled facility in Denver, Colorado. The products include injection molds and aerospace components. To use CNC manufacturing to create products, you need to learn how it works. You’ll also need to know what sectors use it and where CNC machining is headed. 

Using cutting edge techniques and well-maintained, high-accuracy CNC machines Visser Precision manufactures parts that meet regulations in a variety of industries. Large machine work such as 5-axis spindles ensure success regardless of part size or geometric complexity. Visser Precision’s CNC machines produce products ranging from injection molds to mission critical aerospace components in a 42,000 square-foot, temperature controlled facility in Denver Colorado.

What is computer numerical control (CNC) machining and how does it work?

CNC machining is an essential part of manufacturing and has changed the industry in many ways. The benefits of CNC machining include increased efficiency, improved accuracy, and greater flexibility. 

The Universal Technical Institute explains that a CNC machine is a device used to remove material from a base stock piece using drilling, milling, turning, or other methods. This generates the desired forms and angles to create the finished product. 

The use of computers to control the movement of tools is known as CNC machining. This machining is used to make parts with tight tolerances and repeatability. 

According to Tech Target, Computer numerical control (CNC) uses software to control machine

Advantages of CNC Machining with Visser Precision

Visser Precision’s variety of precision high-speed, high-torque milling and turning equipment allows consistent and efficient manufacturing in this category. This shop embraces the opportunity to work with challenging materials and complex geometries in order to exceed expectations.

CNC Machining Benefits

  • Improves part accuracy
  • Less material waste
  • Reduced turnaround time
  • Improves production volume
  • Faster production cycles

CNC Machining Solutions

Visser Precision utilizes CNC machining to create solutions for the aerospace, automotive, industrial and manufacturing industries and produces a wide range of components, including:

  • High-volume, large production aerospace programs
  • Post-CNC machining of additive rocketry components
  • High performance motorsports parts
  • Tooling for in-house molding and casting projects
CNC Metal Part

The history of CNC machining

CNC machining began in the early days of computing when people used punch cards to control the movement of machine tools. This machining became more popular in the 1970s as computers became more powerful and affordable. 

According to Research Gate, which stands for computer numerical control machining, CNC machining was created after World War II to help solve the problem of a lack of skilled labor. Today, CNC machining is an essential part of manufacturing and has changed the industry in many ways. 

What industries make use of CNC machinery?

CNC machines are used in a variety of industries. They are commonly used in the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries. CNC machines are also used in the production of electronics and consumer goods. 

  • The aerospace industry uses CNC machines to create aircraft parts. 
  • The automotive industry uses CNC machines to create car parts. 
  • The medical industry uses CNC machines to create implants and prosthetics. 

The use of CNC machines has also allowed for the mass production of consumer goods such as phones and computers. This has helped to increase the availability of these products and reduce the cost. 

How has CNC machining changed the manufacturing industry over the years? 

CNC machining has changed the manufacturing industry in many ways. One of the most significant changes in the increased accuracy and repeatability that CNC machining can achieve. This means that parts can be made to tighter tolerances, which is essential in industries such as aerospace and medical devices. 

In addition, CNC machining is much faster than traditional methods of manufacturing, which has increased efficiency and productivity in factories around the world. 

What Sets Visser Precision Apart in CNC Machining

Visser Precision uses CNC machining to provide unprecedented advanced manufacturing solutions, in coordination with a full spectrum of in-house capabilities:

  • Design Assistance
  • Engineering
  • 5-Axis Milling & Multi-Axis Turning
  • Fabrication & Assembly
  • Inspection & Validation

Quality control is an integral part of production at Visser Precision, and every process is designed around the use of statistical controls that work in conjunction with the on-site quality lab. All parts at Visser Precision are machined with the same high standards, maintaining consistency and predictability for customers and backed by an AS9100:D and ISO 9001:2015 certified quality management system. For sensitive programs, Visser Precision is ITAR registered.

CNC Machined Part

Start Your CNC Machining Project Today

Visser Precision is committed to helping clients find success. Clients with CNC machining project ideas are encouraged to contact us to get questions answered or begin collaboration. Visser Precision would enjoy the opportunity to work on any CNC machining project from concept to completion.

CNC Machines & Materials

Visser Precision provides the industry’s best CNC machinery and materials to produce the highest quality components available no matter the size or complexity of the project.

Milling Machines

Machine Style QTY X(mm) Y(mm) Z(mm)
DMG DMU50 5 axis 2 500mm 500mm 500mm
DMG EVO50 5 axis 2 500mm 500mm 500mm
DMG DMC65 5 axis 1 735mm 650mm 560mm
DMG DMU65FD 5 axis plus turning 1 735mm 650mm 560mm
DMG DMC80FD 5 axis plus turning 1 800mm 1050mm 850mm
DMG HSC75 5 axis 1 750mm 600mm 560mm
DMG DMC100U 3 plus 2 axis 3 1000mm 1000mm 1000mm
DMG DMC100P 5 axis 2 1000mm 1000mm 1000mm
DMG DMC125 5 axis 5 1250mm 1250mm 1250mm
DMG DMC125FD 5 axis plus turning 1 1250mm 1250mm 1250mm
DMG NHX6300 Horizontal Mill 4 1050mm 900mm 1030mm
DMG NHX6300 Horizontal Mill 2 1050mm 900mm 1030mm

Turning Machines

Machine Style Spindle RPM Live Tool RPM Max Diam. (in) Max Part Length (in)
Tsugami B0326-II Swiss Turning Center 8,000 5,000 1.26 12.6
DMG NLX 2500 Mill-Turn Center 4,000 10,000 14 27.6
DMG CTX 410 Mill-Turn Center 5,000 4,000 12 20.3
Nakamura Tome WT-300 Mill-Turn Center 1
Nakamura Tome Super NTJX Mill-Turn Center 1
Full manual milling and turning equipment

The future of computer numerical control (CNC) machining

The future of computer numerical control (CNC) machining looks bright as technological advances continue to make CNC machines more powerful and affordable. As the demand for higher accuracy and faster production times increases, CNC machining will become even more essential to manufacturing. 

Overall, CNC machining is an essential part of manufacturing and will continue to be a vital part of the industry for years to come. In addition, the development of new software and tools will allow CNC machining to be used in a variety of new applications. The future of CNC machining is exciting, and Visser Precision is at the forefront of this industry.  

The benefits of CNC machining are clear. If you’re looking for a more efficient, accurate, and flexible manufacturing process, contact us or request a quote today. At Visser Precision, we pride ourselves on being the industry leaders in CNC machining. Contact us now to learn more about how we may assist you in taking your business to the next level with this cutting-edge innovation. 

Frequently Processed Materials

Visser Precision typically has these materials in inventory to run full-volume builds immediately.

Al

Aluminum

Fe

Steel

Ni

Superalloys

(Inconel)

Ti

Titanium

Cr

Stainless Steel