Working with the Right CNC machine shop makes all the difference. Our advanced machine shop can accommodate all types of CNC machine work along with metal fabrication and welding. If you’re currently exploring your machine shop options, it may be time for you to consider Wiebe’s Welding. Our CNC machines are programmed to the exact specifications of each customer by our team of in-house experts.
CNC Machining Shop in Leamington
- Haas VF 5XT – 60” x 26” x 26” – 8100 RPM
- Haas VM2 – 30” x 16” x 16” – 12000 RPM
- Okuma M460V 5AX – 30” x 18” x 18” – 15000 RPM
- Okuma Crown lathe – 10” Max Dia. x 16” Length
- CNC Plasma Table – 60” x 120” x 1.5” Cut Cap.
- First Mill – 12” x 30”
- Colchester Mascot 1600 Lathe – 16” x 60”
- Browne & Sharpe Surface Grinder – 12” x 24”
What is CNC Machining?
The term CNC stands for ‘computer numerical control’. CNC machining is a subtractive manufacturing process employing computerized controls and machine tools to remove layers of material to produce a custom-designed part.
The process is suitable for a wide variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, construction, and agriculture, and able to produce a range of products, such as automobile parts, surgical equipment, airplane parts, and even garden tools. Some of the most common mechanical CNC machining operations include:
Types of CNC Machines:
Basic mills consist of a three-axis system (X, Y and Z), though most newer mills can accommodate three additional axes.
Lathe machines, involve cuts in a circular direction with indexable tools. CNC lathes are used to produce complex designs that wouldn’t be possible on manually run versions of the machine. Most CNC lathes consist of two axes — X and Z.
In a plasma cutter, material is cut with a plasma torch. The process is applied to metal materials but can also be ustilized on other surfaces. In order to produce the speed and heat necessary to cut metal, plasma is generated through a combination of compressed-air gas and electrical arcs.
Working With Us is Easy
It all begins with a handshake. Pete Jr. or Sr. will meet with you to discuss your project and provide a quote.
Bring your drawings or let us design it for you. It’s as simple as that!
From machining to assembly, we take care of your project to meet all specifications.