CNC Machining Materials
CNC machining materials at Prototool include metals like aluminum, steel (stainless steel, carbon steel, tool steel), brass, titanium, zinc, magnesium, nickel alloys, and cast iron; plastics such as ABS, PC, PP, PE, PVC, acrylic, PEEK, Delrin, and nylon; composites such as carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP), Glass fiber reinforced polymers (GFRP); and various foams and modeling materials.
Rely On Our Capabilities In CNC Machining Materials
There may be many suppliers who can process your CNC material, but Prototool is definitely the one who can satisfy you the most. There are plenty of reasons to trust our expertise in CNC material machining.
What we use CNC Machining materials for
Prototool’s CNC Machining Materials are primarily used for rapid prototypes, mold parts machining, and small batch production. We have clear divisions of labor, with different CNC centers allocated to different workshops, each performing its designated tasks.
Mold Parts Machining
Small Batch Production
From Metals To Plastics
MACHINING VARIOUS CNC MATERIALS
Each CNC material will have various models attributed to its distinct material properties. As a result, it is essential to differentiate the machining processes accordingly to accommodate these variations.
Metal materials are a crucial category of CNC machining materials due to their widespread use in various industries and applications. CNC machining of metal materials offers unparalleled precision, strength, and durability, making it an ideal choice for producing a diverse range of components and parts.
Plastic materials are an essential category of CNC machining materials that offer versatility, cost-effectiveness, and a wide range of applications. CNC machining of plastics allows for the production of intricate, lightweight, and durable components used in various industries.