CNC Milling Parts Machining
CNC milling, also known as computer numerical control milling, is a machining process which makes use of computerized controls and rotating multi-point cutting tools to progressively remove material from the workpiece and produce a custom-designed part or product.
Materials applicable: aluminium, steel, brass, ricocel, bakelite and G-10 etc.
CNC Lathe Parts Machining
CNC Lathes are machine tools where the material or part is clamped and rotated by the main spindle, while the cutting tool that work on the material, is mounted and moved in various axis.
Materials applicable: aluminium, stainless steel, brass, copper and plastic etc.
Conventional Milling and Lathe
Apart from CNC milling and CNC lathe parts machining, Tokimeku provides conventional machine milling and lathe services. The main difference between the two machines is the automation of CNC versus the manual nature of conventional. The conventional approach has the benefit of lowered cost and is usually used for small-quantity projects.
Materials applicable: aluminium, steel, stainless steel, brass, ricocel, bakelite and G-10 etc.
Comparison of CNC VS Conventional Method
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Advantages of Tokimeku Precision Engineering
Tokimeku supports high mix, low volume orders, allowing you to get your customised part even if the quantity is low. With a machining accuracy of +/- 0.005mm (positioning) and +/- 0.003mm (repeatability), be at ease knowing that the end product will fit seamlessly into your production line.
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