3D models are accepted in stl, obj, stp, step, igs, iges file format, with a maximum file size of 50 MB.
– Simple image files (such as “JPG” or “PNG”) cannot be uploaded as they are not three-dimensional objects.
TIP: Save/export your models to load them preferably as STP/STEP/IGS, if STL indicates the unit of measure “mm”.
Our CNC machine offers the following printing volume: 300 x 400 x 150 mm (length x width x height)
– For larger objects please contact us as our CNC is open and can machine larger objects.
– The repeatable precision of our machine is approximately 0.01 mm
– Dimensional tolerances are approximately 0.05 mm
– 3-axis machine with the possibility of installing rotary/rotational axis to convert it into a 4-axis machine
We can machine the following range of materials, if your desired material is not listed please contact us.
Consult us. Normally we work with any type of wood that is good for machining.
Aluminum is probably the most widely used material for CNC milling and is a great choice for mechanical parts and exterior parts. Compared to other metals, aluminum can generally be processed faster than other metals, making it the most economical method. Parts made from aluminum form a protective layer when exposed to the environment, resulting in additional strength and corrosion resistance. In view of these high quality material characteristics, CNC milled aluminum is well suited for use in the automotive, aerospace, healthcare, and consumer electronics industries. Specific applications include aircraft accessories, electronic cabinets, medical equipment, gears and axles.
It is the most widely used general-purpose aluminum alloy with a good strength-to-weight ratio and excellent machinability. This is the most common general-purpose aluminum grade, generally used for auto parts, bicycle frames, sporting goods, RC frames, etc.
The main alloying elements are magnesium, silicon and iron. Like other aluminum alloys, it has a good strength-to-weight ratio and is naturally resistant to atmospheric corrosion. One of the disadvantages of 6061 is its poor resistance to corrosion when exposed to salt water or other chemicals. In more demanding applications, it is not as strong as other aluminum alloys.
The composition and material properties of 6082 aluminum are similar to 6061. In Europe, it is more commonly used because it meets British standards.
7075 is a high-end aluminum product. It is mainly alloyed with zinc. It is one of the strongest aluminum alloys. It is an ideal choice for heavy-duty entertainment equipment and aerospace and automotive structures. Because for steel, 7075 aluminum has excellent fatigue properties and can be heat treated to high strength and hardness, so reducing weight is essential. However, it should be avoided when welding is required.
5083 aluminum has higher strength and excellent resistance to seawater than most other aluminum alloys, which is why it is commonly used in construction and marine applications. This is also an excellent choice for soldering.
Stainless steel alloys have high strength, high ductility, excellent wear resistance and corrosion resistance, and are easy to weld, machine and polish. Depending on their composition, they can be (essentially) non-magnetic or magnetic.
There are many types of stainless steel. It is called stainless steel because it contains chromium which helps prevent oxidation (rust). Because all stainless steel looks the same, it is necessary to use modern measuring equipment (such as OES detector) to test incoming raw materials very carefully to confirm the characteristics of the steel used.
303 stainless steel
In the case of 303, sulfur is also added. This sulfur helps make 303 the easiest stainless steel to process, but it also tends to reduce its corrosion resistance to some degree.
303 is not a good choice for cold forming (bending), nor can it be heat treated. The presence of sulfur also means that it is not ideal for soldering. It has excellent machining performance, but you need to pay attention to the speed/feed and sharpness of the cutting tool.
303 is typically used for stainless steel nuts and bolts, fittings, shafts, and gears. However, it should not be used for marine grade accessories.
304 stainless steel
It is the most common stainless steel alloy with excellent mechanical properties and good machinability. It can resist most environmental conditions and corrosive media.
This is the most common form of stainless steel found in various industrial and consumer products. Generally called 18/8, it refers to the addition of Chromium 18% and Nickel 8% to the alloy, which is the most common form of stainless steel.
304 is very hard, non-magnetic, easy to machine, and generally resistant to corrosion, making it well suited for kitchen fixtures, storage tanks, and pipes used in industry, construction, and the automotive industry.
304 is easy to process, but unlike 303, it can be welded. It is also more resistant to corrosion in most normal (non-chemical) environments. For machinists, please use very sharp cutting tools for processing, and do not contaminate with other metals.
316 stainless steel
It is another common stainless steel alloy with mechanical properties similar to 304. It is generally considered to be a marine grade stainless steel that is strong and easy to weld. The material is highly resistant to corrosion and saline solutions (such as seawater), it is well suited for construction, shipfitting, industrial piping and automotive applications.
Medium hard steels
Also known as low carbon steels and have good mechanical properties, high machinability and good weldability. Due to their low cost, they find general-purpose applications, including the manufacture of machine parts, jigs, and fixtures. Mild steels are susceptible to corrosion and attack by chemicals. Commonly used are
Mild steel 1018 is a general-purpose alloy with good machinability and weldability, as well as excellent toughness, strength, and hardness. It is the most widely used low-carbon steel alloy.
1045 carbon steel
This tough material is low-carbon, non-stainless steel, which is often cheaper than stainless steel, but has higher strength. The material can be hardened and heat treated to make it easy to machine and weld. It is most commonly used in industrial applications and mechanical parts that require high toughness and strength, such as nuts and bolts, gears, shafts, and connecting rods. It is also used in construction, but if it is exposed to the environment, it is usually given a surface treatment to prevent rust.
A36 low carbon steel is a common structural steel with good weldability. It is suitable for various industrial and construction applications.
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