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Why Choose RWD CNC Machining?


Precision and Accuracy

Our CNC machining offers unparalleled precision and accuracy in producing parts, with the ability to meet exact specifications and tight tolerances. This high level of accuracy is crucial in industries where even the slightest deviation can result in significant issues or product failures​


Efficiency and Speed

Our CNC machines operate at a high speed and can produce parts much more quickly than traditional manufacturing methods. This efficiency not only speeds up production times but also allows for 24/7 operation, significantly boosting productivity and reducing turnaround times



CNC machining is highly efficient in material usage, producing minimal waste. This efficient use of materials, coupled with the speed and precision of the process, leads to significant cost savings over time. The automated nature of CNC machining also reduces labor costs and the potential for human error, further enhancing its cost-effectiveness

5 Axis CNC

These CNC machining centers are able to rotate on two additional axes (compared to the three axis) for cutting three dimensional objects without having to re-position.

A five axis CNC machining center has the ability to machine five sides of a cube at one time as well as complex surfaces that are unobtainable in a three or four axis machine.

Vs. 3 Axis CNC

3 Axis

The three axis CNC machining center is among the most common.

Vs. 4 Axis CNC

4 Axis

The fourth axis introduced to this machining center allows it to rotate around the vertical axis. These are often chosen for work on a CNC lathe for mill work or in advanced 3D machining.

We Do CNC Machining Right

Our CNC Services

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Utilizing top of the line Hurco machines, our CNC milling capabilities offer you quick turnaround for your CNC milled prototype and production parts.


High-quality precision turned prototype and production parts compatible with a wide variety of materials and finishes.

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The Benefits of CNC Machining

Technology should help you, not get in your way. Our mills and lathes minimize tedious and redundant tasks so each job can be more productive and profitable. CNC Machining yields consistent, quality products, decreases the risk of human error, can be easily reprogrammed, and can create designs that are impossible by manual means.

Our 5 axis machines allow RWD the ability to greatly reduce part cost over a standard 3 axis machine with a 3+2 part as it eliminates multiple setups. In tandem with less set up, It also lets us maintain a much higher accuracy with our parts as there is far less room for human error. Our 5 axis machines paired with the latest version of Mastercam gives RWD the ability to make extremely complex parts with surfaces a standard 3 or 4 axis machines could never feasibly do. Our 5 axis machines also come equipped with glass scales on all axis where standard machines do not. This always ensures the accuracy of the machine no matter what.

Cost Effective




Control Technology

Easy to Operate

Built to Last

CNC Applications

CNC Machining can be applied in several different ways to produce high-quality parts, ranging from one-offs to full scale part production.

Rapid Prototyping


Metal Fabrication

High-Volume Production

CNC Machining FAQs

What Materials Can Be Used in CNC Machining?

CNC machining is versatile, capable of processing a wide array of materials to meet various industry needs. Here are some commonly used materials in CNC machining:

  1. Metals: CNC machines can handle various metals, including aluminum, steel, brass, copper, titanium, and more. These metals are chosen for their strength, durability, and resistance to various environmental factors, making them suitable for a broad range of applications​.

  2. Plastics: Numerous plastics can be precisely machined using CNC technology. Common choices include ABS, polycarbonate, POM (Delrin), and nylon. These materials are selected for their lightweight, cost-effectiveness, and versatile properties, fitting for industries ranging from automotive to consumer electronics​.

  3. Composites: CNC machining can also work with composite materials like carbon fiber and fiberglass, known for their strength-to-weight ratios. These materials are often used in aerospace, automotive, and sporting goods due to their high performance and lightweight characteristics​​.

The choice of material for CNC machining largely depends on the application’s requirements, including the part’s intended use, environmental exposure, and mechanical stresses it will encounter. Each material offers distinct advantages, allowing manufacturers to choose the most appropriate one to meet their specific needs.

Why Use CNC Machining?

CNC machining stands out as a premier manufacturing process for several compelling reasons:

  1. Precision and Consistency: CNC machining offers exceptional precision and consistency in manufacturing parts. It can produce complex shapes with tight tolerances, ensuring each part is an exact replica of the last, essential for industries where precision is critical​​.

  2. Efficiency and Speed: With CNC machining, production is fast and efficient. Machines can operate 24/7 with minimal supervision, significantly reducing production times and allowing for quick turnaround on projects, which is particularly beneficial in industries requiring rapid prototyping and large-scale production​.

  3. Versatility and Material Range: CNC machines can work with a vast range of materials, from various metals to plastics and composites, providing flexibility in choosing the right material for the job based on the specific requirements like strength, durability, and environmental resistance​.

These benefits underscore why CNC machining is a go-to choice for industries seeking reliable, accurate, and efficient manufacturing solutions.

What Types of CNC Machines Are There?

CNC machines come in various types, each designed for specific manufacturing tasks:

  1. CNC Mills: These machines use computer controls to cut and shape various materials. They’re versatile and can handle a range of functions, such as drilling and turning.

  2. CNC Lathes: Lathes are used primarily for turning operations, shaping materials by rotating them against the cutting tool. They’re ideal for creating symmetrical objects like cones and cylinders.

  3. CNC Routers: Similar to mills, routers are typically used for cutting softer materials like wood and plastics. They’re popular in woodworking and sign-making industries.

  4. CNC Plasma Cutters: These machines use a plasma torch to cut through materials like metal, utilizing a high-velocity jet of ionized gas. They’re known for their speed and precision in cutting thick materials.

  5. CNC Laser Cutters: Using a high-powered laser, these machines can cut and engrave a variety of materials with high precision. They’re commonly used in metal fabrication and in the creation of intricate designs on materials like acrylic and wood.

  6. CNC Electric Discharge Machines (EDM): EDMs use electrical discharges or sparks to shape materials, ideal for hard metals that are difficult to machine with traditional methods.

Each type of CNC machine offers unique capabilities and is chosen based on the specific requirements of the manufacturing task at hand. The selection is typically based on the material to be machined, the complexity of the design, and the precision required for the end product.

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