When it comes to high-quality machining, precision is the key to part quality. And the key to making that process cost-effective is repeatability, so every part can be counted on to perform as expected.
CNC machining, or computer numerical control machining, is nearly as common as a hammer and nail (although it is light years more productive). Just about any industry that has a precision machine shop uses CNC machining services to create custom machined parts from raw materials or to fabricate metals into individual components. With CNC technology, most human actions are now performed by computer-guided equipment and complex tools.