CNC Turning Services
Precise Machine Company uses state-of-the-art CNC machining centers to turn aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, standard and super alloys, and more. They feature multi-axis capabilities, live tooling, and quick-change fixtures for accurate machine-to-print results on parts and components with high tolerances.
Contact us today to get a quote on our CNC turning services for your application.
CNC Turning Quality Control
Precise Machine Company provides CNC quality control and inspection services to ensure that our turning meets our customers’ expectations. From raw material to final examination, you can be assured that your parts are being meticulously inspected and monitored every step of the way.
Turning Material Capacity
Our CNC machines can turn metals into precision CNC turned parts that fall within the following dimensions.
Lathes - Bar Stock
Maximum Diameter: 7″
Maximum Length: 12′
We can turn most metals and super alloys, including aluminum, stainless steel, brass, titanium, and Inconel. To learn more about the types of materials we can machine, see our Materials page.
Assemblies That Meet your Exact Requirements.
Delivered On Time
Decades of Experience & Expertise
Benefits of Our Services
Our shop features CNC machines from industry-leading brands, including Doosan, Haas, and Fryer. We also use top-of-the line accessories, such as Northfield air chucks to protect sensitive, thin-walled parts and components during the machining process.
Our equipment is operated by a skilled and knowledgeable team with over 150 years of combined experience in CNC milling, turning, and jig boring. You can trust that Precise Machine Company will deliver high-quality machined components that meet or exceed your needs, while remaining competitive on price and delivering your parts on time.
What Is CNC Turning?
Turning is a process that uses single-point cutting tools to remove layers of material from a stock piece. This is done with a programmable lathe that moves the cutting tool toward the piece as it spins at high speeds. As the piece spins, the tool shaves layers off, producing cylindrical and cone-shaped parts.
Horizontal lathes, as the name suggests, hold parts horizontally; vertical lathes hold them vertically. Turning centers can be either horizontal or vertical and combine their respective capabilities with a CNC mill.