CNC Turning

CNC turning is an effective machining process that we use at Clark Rubber & Plastic to create precise cylindrical parts that match your exact needs.

Our skilled staff and cutting-edge technology combine to produce parts with a smooth finish and some of the finest details on short and long product runs. The computer controls allow us to deliver precision components and precise designs, so our CNC turning processes can handle a wide variety of unique geometries.

What is CNC Turning?

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) turning is a manufacturing process in which a bar of a given material is rotated in place while a cutting tool is fed into it, precisely matching the designs in the computer. The tool automatically moves, as dictated by the design, to remove material (which is why it is sometimes called “subtraction machining”) and produce a smooth finish on simple or complex shapes.

This process is a great way to achieve extreme accuracy on small and large components, in plastic or in metal. We can also achieve higher tolerances with this method than many other production processes.

There are many different types of CNC turning centers, and a wide variety of tools, spindles, and other options that can help achieve the results you need. At Clark Rubber & Plastic, we have a wide range of tools, including CNC lathes and mills that can produce the products you want in the quantities you need. We can even combine this process with our other milling tools to produce even more diverse parts.

Is CNC Turning the Best Solution for My Parts?

We will work closely with you to determine whether or not this machining process can produce the parts you need, when you need them, and in the most cost-effective way possible. Are you looking for short-run prototypes? Will you need these products manufactured over an extended period? How big are the parts? What kind of lead times are we talking about? Contact us today to learn more about your options.

Work with a Reliable Partner

Clark Rubber & Plastic has been producing and delivering high-quality components since the 70s. We maintain the highest quality standards and continually work to improve our processes, prevent defects, and minimize waste.

We operate an ISO/TS 16949:2009-certified facility, so we can consistently and reliably deliver the quality components you need.

Contact us today to learn more about our CNC turning services and how we can help your next project.

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