CNC machining transforms raw material (in the form of finished shapes, cylindrical, or bar stocks) into finished components of various sizes and geometries. CNC machining can produce small or large components with tight tolerances and can be used with a range of materials, from soft aluminum and brass to hard titanium and cobalt-chrome alloys. Secondary operations that can be performed on precision CNC machined parts include surface treatment, heat treatment, anodization, and electroplating.

CNC Machining can be used in a variety of industries like Automotive, Aerospace, Medical, Defense, and OEMs.