CNC Turning Services
Our fast, precise CNC turning services include the provision of extensive guidance and support to clients from the beginning up until the completion of parts in our CNC machining center.
What Is CNC Turning?
CNC turning is the process of remove material from a rotating workpiece using the linear path of tools on a CNC lathe. In a simple perspective, the main elements involved in this process are the rotating spindle in which your work part is clamped and the cutting tool that is mounted on a turret.
Here at Wayken’s CNC turning center, we are highly capable of producing complex and critically dimensioned custom parts through our CNC lathes, providing high-quality CNC turned parts in metal or plastic for rapid prototyping or low volume production.
Why Choose CNC Turning?
CNC turning is the right process if your parts require controlled concentricity, stable runout, and accurate threaded profiles.
CNC lathes are highly automated, providing efficient products that can reduce labor; CNC turning is highly scalable and that makes this process adaptable to both low and high volume production without that much cost.
CNC turned parts can be made from an exceptionally wide range of metal and plastic materials. For example, metals include aluminum, steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, magnesium alloy, titanium alloy, etc., as well as plastics ABS, POM, PEEK, acrylic, nylon, etc.
Multi-axis CNC turning centers and mill-turn lathes allow for multiple processes and multi-step machining operations on a single machine, making them a cost-effective option for complex geometries.
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Advanced CNC Turning Capabilities At WayKen
Our CNC machining capabilities include CNC turning, CNC milling, and turn-milling to exact specifications. This ensures high accuracy for your parts and high efficiency for your production and enables fast, efficient and cost-effective conversion of single prototypes to mass production.
We strive to provide additional custom manufacturing for our diverse customer base, including expanded secondary operations and surface treatment capabilities. Examples include EDM, wire EDM, anodizing, powder coating, passivation, plating, heat treatment, and final product assembly.
operationsOur CNC lathes can provide efficient boring operations with live tooling. Mount the boring head with one, two, or multiple cutters into the tailstock or the rotates head and process deep or large diameter holes with the same precision and rigidity parameters. It saves your time and the precision of the turning parts is higher.
Our experienced team specializes in producing highly accurate prototypes and end-use products for industries with strict quality standards and tight tolerance requirements.
We are committed to fully satisfying the unique needs of each customer by continually improving our turning operations and embracing new industry technologies. Entrust your parts with a partner willing to provide unprecedented support for your parts.
Basic Types of CNC Turning Processes
The process range of CNC turning is very wide, which can be processed various types of rotary surfaces, such as external turning, internal turning, taper turning, parting, facing, boring, reaming, drilling, knurling, threading, grooving, etc.
O.D. and I.D. Turning – For machining precise cylindrical features (Tool used: General turning tool)
Parting and Grooving – For parting off, or cutting a “groove” profile in either the internal or external part of a part (Tool used: Parting and grooving inserts)
Facing – Flattening the face of the workpiece (Tool used: Facing tool)
Boring and Reaming – Enlarging or finishing of existing holes to obtain highly accurate diameters (Tool used: Boring and reaming tools)
Drilling – Remove materials to drill holes from the inside of a workpiece (Tool used: Drills)
Threading – Machining of threads by turning, may be done in either the internal or external area of the workpiece. (Tool used: Threading tools)
Applications of CNC Turning Services and Parts
Prove and refine designs by verifying engineering-grade materials, complex geometries, tight tolerances, and testing components for suitability and manufacturability.
Production-grade CNC turned parts custom-made to specific specifications and needs, meeting high precision and quality, as well as on-time delivery and cost effectiveness.
Mold manufacturing requires considerable metalworking skills, including rapid machining as well as advanced cutting in different types of aluminum and steel, used to quickly create molds and fixtures.
By automating the machining process, our CNC turning services provide a faster, more cost-effective way to manufacture highly accurate prototypes and end-use parts.