Machined Parts Orlando, FL
Machined Parts Orlando, FL. Machined parts are everywhere in Orlando, FL. From tiny metal fasteners used on the motherboard of your computer to aircraft engine components, Roberson Machine Company has manufactured all sorts of parts using our proven process of CNC machining.
Machined parts are more than simply objects built utilizing our machinery. They are parts fabricated using our cutting machines, such as our CNC lathes and mills. Machined parts can be plastic, metal, or occasionally even some other materials, but they have to come from a material that can be cut without excessively altering its form. Machined parts come from a tried-and-tested manufacturing technique that we have utilized as an industry standard for decades. Regardless of your Orlando, FL company’s industry, or in which component your machined parts are being employed, they meet all industry-specific certifications and standards. We guarantee it.
Roberson Machine Company is a custom manufacturer of precision CNC machined parts. We make it easy to receive the custom machined parts you need precisely when you need them in Orlando, FL. Give us a call right away at 573-646-3996 or contact us online.
What Materials Can Be Used For Machined Parts For My Orlando, FL Company?
Machined parts can be made from many different materials, including metals and plastics. However, some materials are easier to machine than others. Extremely hard materials are difficult to puncture with a cutting tool and may cause the tool to vibrate more, thus likely diminishing quality. Extremely soft materials, and materials with a low melting point, may become damaged once coming into contact with the cutting tool. Some of our most common machined part materials are listed below. As always, we’d be open to discussing the possibility of machining parts with other materials. Just give us a call at 573-646-3996 or reach out to us online.
- Metals: Aluminum (6061, 7075, 7050 or “aa7050 alloy”), Stainless Steel (303, 304), Magnesium, Titanium, Zinc, Brass, Bronze, Copper
- Plastics: ABS, PC, <a href="PC-ABS, PP, PS, POM, PMMA, PAGF30, PCGF30, Teflon, DHPE, HDPE, PPS, PEEK
What Are the Applications of Machined Parts For My Company in Orlando, FL?
Machined parts are used in virtually all types of businesses, throughout every industry – from medical devices to consumer goods. Some common machined parts used in a variety of industries include:
- Valve bodies
- Ball joints
If your Orlando, FL company is planning a project using machined parts, call Roberson Machine Company at 573-646-3996 or take advantage of our online request-a-quote tool.
In addition to our machined parts for your company in Orlando, FL, Roberson Machine Company provides the following for our Orlando, FL clients:
- Aluminum Fabrication
- Machine Shop
- Aluminum Parts Manufacturer
- CNC Services
- Component Manufacturing
- 3D Printing Services
- OEM Automotive
- Medical Device Manufacturing
- Contract Manufacturing Companies
What Are the Benefits of Using Machined Parts at My Orlando, FL Company?
Machined parts from Roberson Machine Company offer certain advantages that may not be possible with injection molded parts or even 3D printed parts in Orlando, FL. Some of the principal advantages for your Orlando, FL company are:
Machined parts can be built to an exceptionally high standard, based primarily on your Orlando, FL company’s tolerances and specifications. This means our CNC machinists can take a little extra time on tight-tolerance pieces and individual features to guarantee the finest quality.
Machined parts can be manufactured faster than parts made via other production processes like Orlando, FL molding. This is partly due to the lack of labor-intensive tooling, being able to bank more on the CAD and CAM software our machinists input into the CNC machines. But our manufacturing process itself is also highly efficient – several of our CNC machines have rapid rates of nearly 45 yards per minute, although we don’t machine parts at those speeds. The speed and accuracy of our CNC machines, along with the one-step nature of machining combine to make machined parts some of the fastest to manufacture, diminishing lead times for practical rapid prototyping and shorter time-to-market.
Machined parts can have a wide range of shapes and sizes. This is because CNC machines aren’t subject to the same limitations of molding, like thin walls and tapering. Machined parts can be thick and robust, yet their features can be intricate and complex. Despite machined parts having some limitations when it comes to, for example, deep channels and internal sections, machining remains the most geometrically flexible production procedure for your Orlando, FL production run.
Because CNC machined parts are made from digital CAD files, it’s possible to make changes throughout the machining process, right up until the final moment. This is extremely favorable throughout our research and experimental development and prototyping stages, when your staff or our engineers may want to make fractional changes or refinements to the machined part or create numerous versions. It also reduces the probability of waste, as erroneous parts are far less likely to come about.
Machined parts are cut from solid pieces of material known as blanks, which have normally been cast or extruded. This makes them foundationally solid in comparison to, say, for example, 3D printed parts, which can be predominantly weaker along one axis, where one layer is built on top of the next.
Machined parts entirely avoid the surface quality issues associated with molding such as flow lines, jetting, and flash at the parting line. With a moderate amount of post-processing, which is achieved in our value-added services, machined parts can be brought to an extremely high level in terms of surface finish. Machining also provides a far superior surface finish to 3D printing, even before any secondary service has been started by our machinists. 3D printing leaves noticeable layer lines on the surface of the part, which must be smoothed over by sanding or chemical treatment. Machined parts do not produce these layer lines.
No Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ)
Machined parts are cut directly from a blank workpiece, making it cost-effective and possible to order extremely small quantities or even one-off parts. It is a requirement when molding parts that you fabricate metal tooling – a process that takes a long time and can be expensive. But machining with Roberson Machine Company is unique in providing top-quality parts with no MOQ, making it convenient for smaller companies in Orlando, FL, small production runs, and prototyping.
Call us today to learn more about machined parts and our CNC capabilities for your Orlando, FL work plan at 573-646-3996 or contact us online.
What CNC Machinery is Necessary to Make Machined Parts For My Company in Orlando, FL?
The Roberson Machine Company facilities are fully stocked with high-end CNC machinery capable of manufacturing precisely machined parts in a fraction of the time as our competitors. Our full range of equipment includes:
- CNC Horizontal Mills
- CNC Vertical Mills
- CNC Horizontal Lathes
All mills use rotary cutting in the subtractive manufacturing process of removing materials from a workpiece, but our CNC mills combine the cutting procedure with the latest computer control to permit precise and rapid production. Our horizontal CNC mills accurately and quickly cut your component material to the tightest of tolerances. Our CNC horizontal milling services benefit from the availability of our state-of-the-art 3 axis, 4 axis, and 5 axis machines.
Vertical CNC mills feature spindles that are perpendicular to the ground, making them optimal for jobs calling for large production runs of moderately intricate parts. While horizontal mills are better suited for more complicated milling projects, vertical mills are capable of a wide variety of designs for your business’s work plan in Orlando, FL.
As opposed to mills, which rely on spinning of the cutting tool, lathes instead rotate the workpiece as material is cut. In comparison to manual lathes, which require a degree of expertise to operate, CNC lathes drastically reduce the probability of human error, as well as the amount of labor. These advantages translate into marked decreases in cost and defect rates for your Orlando, FL company.
Reach Out to a Leader in Custom Machined Parts For Your Company in Orlando, FL | Roberson Machine Company
From production to prototypes, and each step in between, Roberson Machine Company optimizes your entire Orlando, FL production workflow with our CNC machines and services. We are truly your one-stop shop, your single-source manufacturer, for everything when it comes to CNC machined parts. Our dedicated leadership team, along with our talented and experienced machinists are passionate about supporting you, your project, and your success in Orlando, FL.
Call us today to learn more about our machined parts production and services at 573-646-3996 or contact with us online.