CNC machining uses computer-guided systems to precisely machine metal parts. “CNC”, short for Computer Numerical Control, is a code derived from 2D or 3D drawings, enabling our machines to work on sheet and formed metal with exceptional accuracy.

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Elemet Group is so much more than a machine shop. We are an industry leader in CNC machining services. Don’t leave your machining needs to anyone but the experts at Elemet Group.

Our machines are capable of getting any job done.

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Precision Machining Advantages

In addition to our large part machining services, we also offer metal spinning, metal cutting, welding, fabrication and finishings.

Elemet Group has a broad, advanced collection of automated metalworking equipment supported by the latest software. Our contract manufacturing atmosphere allows us to handle prototypes and production at any volume effectively.

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In our welding services, Elemet Group employs welding professionals focused on creating strong, dependable welds for quality parts. Our precise welding capabilities make it easy for us to weld your parts onsite. We have the capability to use different welding processes to perform many types of welds.
Elemet Group provides customized precision metal fabrication processes in a self-contained metal fabrication shop. Our facility is equipped with innovative metal fabrication tools to turn your project around quickly.
We offer powder coating, wet paint, and e-coating! All of our finishing and coating processes offer quality, beautiful finishes, with almost unlimited color options and unmatched corrosion resistance, even under some of the harshest conditions.

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Machining FAQs

What is machining?

Machining is a process where material is removed from a workpiece to shape and finish it into a desired part, using tools and equipment to cut, grind, or drill.

What are the three most important machining operations?

Three foundational machining operations are turning, milling, and drilling. “Turning” rotates the workpiece while a cutter moves in parallel. “Milling” uses a rotating tool to remove material from a stationary piece. “Drilling” creates round holes with a rotary drill bit.

How does machining differ from metal fabrication?

Machining focuses on removing material from a workpiece for precision shaping, while metal fabrication often involves processes like bending, cutting, and assembling to create a metal structure or component.

What capabilities does your machining service offer for large parts?

Our machines can handle travels up to 196.8” x 98” x 60” and are equipped for extra-large machining, accommodating parts weighing up to 40,000 pounds.

Are your services certified or recognized?

We are proud to be ISO 9001:2015 certified, emphasizing our commitment to quality and consistency in our services.

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