CNC Routing Services

From picking up raw materials to delivering finished parts, Cutting Experts provides full service precision CNC routing of close tolerance flat or 3D shaped parts.
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Source Complex Production Capabilities For Your Toughest Parts

Instantly access the production capacity of thousands of manufacturers with wide-ranging capabilities and certifications across the US and Europe. From your desktop. Strict NDA agreements with our network protect privacy.

Production Schedule To Meet Your Lead Time

Get lead times and pricing in a matter of clicks. SyncFab puts Data Science to work for you so you can easily choose the optimal price/lead time option for your project. Compatible with most drawing files.

Quality Guaranteed

We are ITAR registered and offer CoCs, material certifications, finishing certs, inspection reports, and hardware certs with a fully vetted network of qualified suppliers to meet all your certification requirements ISO 9001:2015, AS9100D, IATF 16949, ISO 13485 and more.

Machining Capabilities

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Wire EDM Services

SyncFab offers precision 3, 4 and 5-axis wire EDM services for Kovar®, Inconel®, iron, copper, stainless steel, carbon steel, titanium, aluminum, tantalum and nickel alloys.
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Electron Beam Welding

SyncFab vets Electron Beam Welding suppliers to ensure shops have the capacity, qualifications, certifications, and experience to deliver.
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CNC Shearing

SyncFab vets CNC shearing suppliers to ensure shops have the capacity, qualifications, certifications, and experience to deliver.
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CNC Milling

CNC milling is used to produce many parts and geometry types. With tight tolerances and high accuracy, CNC milling is a 3-axis rotating tool.

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Laser Cutting

SyncFab provides a readily-available network of U.S.-based Laser Cutting suppliers to fulfill orders quickly, economically, and to the highest quality.

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CNC Punch Press

SyncFab vets CNC Punch Press suppliers to ensure shops have the capacity, qualifications, certifications, and experience to deliver.

CNC Materials

CNC Finishes

Applications for CNC Routing

OEMs can slash procurement time and costs for precision parts with a supplier network secured by blockchain for anti-counterfeit, recalls and more.

Tooling Parts

Because CNC can be applied
to virtually any material, it is
perfect for rapid tooling, i.e.,
creating fixtures or molds.

NPI Prototyping Parts

The range of materials available,
low cost per unit, and speed of
production makes CNC a great
option for prototyping.

Production Parts

High-quality finish, vast material
options and precise tolerances
have made CNC a favorable
technology for end-use parts.

CNC Turning for Industrial Applications

Manufacturers producing complex, critical, and precision products rely on CNC Routing capabilities to deliver the parts needed at the highest quality, greatest speed, and best comparable price.

Working with experienced and certified CNC Routing shops provides a wide range of manufacturers, in a
variety of industries, with the high-quality components required.

High Quality Rapid CNC Turning Secured by Blockchain for unmatched supply chain cybersecurity

With access to a network of over 5,000 shops including those with CNC lathes and turning centers, SyncFab provides you with the capacity and capabilities your project needs, while also delivering the most competitive pricing and lead times. SyncFab’s machine learning-trained technology platform also provides instant manufacturability feedback to ensure that your part is optimized for the CNC turning process and fits the requirements you need.

Advantages and Benefits of CNC Routing

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Advantages

Applications

Precision CNC Routing Specifications

Production Grade Equipment
CNC Controlled
Vacuum Table
7 Position Tool Changer
Cutting Axis
Intended Cutting Material (Metal)
2-Axis
Aluminum
Intended Cutting Material (Non-Metal)
Foam Packaging
XLPE
Tool Inserts
Wood
Intended Cutting Material (Industrial Plastics)
Nylon
UHMW
HDPE
Polycarbonate
Acrylic
Cutting Length
Up to 120 in
Cutting Width
Up to 60 in
Tolerance (+/-)
Up to .003 in
Production Volume
Prototype to Production Runs

Additional Information

Industry Focus
Architectural Metal Fabrication
Intended Application
Signs
Industrial Parts from Plate
Industry Standards
NIST Certified Measuring Equipment
File Formats
AutoCAD
MasterCAM
Others

CNC Router Basics

Computer Numeric Control (CNC) machines are perhaps one of the most revolutionary forms of technology used to ensure precision and increase efficiency when it comes to cutting, trimming, and shaping materials. From steel and wood to composites and foam, CNC routers are helping to maximize productivity in shops nationwide. Understanding it’s basic function helps one to appreciate just how valuable and resourceful such a piece of machinery is.

Since the first handheld router was created in 1915, the technological advances in the world of precision cutting seem unparalleled to some.

Essentially, the CNC router is able to take a piece of material, which could range from plywood to aluminum- and is able to trim the material to a precise measurement based upon what the client wants and needs. This is achieved by a multi-step process. Once a design is entered into a software program, the cutter is selected, the material is secured, and the routing process begins. The actual cutting process happens automatically. The router operates and cuts on three different axes, meaning there can be little-to-no limit on what shape and cut can be ultimately achieved.

What once was a lengthy process of repeated sawing and sanding has now been replaced by a practical, time-saving piece of machinery that will continue to provide precision cut products.

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Get precision manufactured parts, faster and cheaper.

OEMs can slash procurement time and costs for precision parts with a supplier network secured by blockchain for anti-counterfeit, recalls and more.