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CNC Work Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of companies that specialize in CNC work. Utilize our website to review and source CNC service companies with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate CNC manufacturing companies that will provide CNC services for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading CNC manufacturing companies. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right company whether you are looking for custom CNC work, CNC work machines, or CNC milling work.

  • Brentwood, NY 800-238-3929

    Thuro Metal Products is a CNC machining service provider. Our expertise is in the utilization of CNC controlled turning and milling machines as well as multi-spindle, single spindle, and Swiss screw machines. We are an ISO 9001:2000 and QS9000 world-class quality standards company, and the industries we serve include aerospace, automotive, and defense. To learn more about our services, contact Thuro today!

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  • Allenton, WI 262-251-1632

    Maysteel offers complex metal fabrication and machining capabilities. Our vertical CNC machining capabilities are ideal for smaller runs and prototypes, and our horizontal CNC machining capabilities support increased efficiency for high volume production. We have experience working with metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, brass, copper and more. For more information, visit our website or call today!

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  • Calabasas, CA 866-317-0208

    CNC Machining of high precision commercial grade parts for the electronics industry. We sell high precision Commercial Grade CNC Machine Parts. Such as Swiss Screw Machining, 5 Axis CNC Lathe Machining, Vertical Milling, Horizontal Milling, and 4 Axis CNC Machining. CNC Lathe and Swiss Screw Machine parts range in size from .020” to 9.0" diameter. CNC Mill parts fit within one square foot roughly. Tolerances held vary from +-.001" to ±0.0004".

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  • Tempe, AZ 877-410-3265

    At IPE Aerospace, we have an extensive line of equipment capable of providing you the short run CNC machining technology needed for your application. We provide high-speed milling, drilling, tapping, and deep boring work, and have experience working with metals such as aluminum, titanium, stainless steel, exotics, plastics, carbon fiber and more. We understand the importance of quality and precision, and you can count on our team for consistency and lasting performance.

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  • Greeneville, TN 423-638-1284

    Our CNC work is second to none. We offer superior value, customer service, support, durability, technology, innovation, and affordability. Our company prides itself on our commitment to value, customers, and one-on-one service. We will never let you down and always follow through with our promises. We will take the time to ensure your every need is met!

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  • Reed City, MI 231-832-2356

    H & R provides excellent CNC work can take on materials that are very difficult to produce with conventional screw machinery. H & R’s customer base is very diverse, with applications ranging from hydraulic to heating and cooling, heavy equipment, appliance, office furniture, material handling, military and many more. With H & R, all you need to do is order and relax…

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  • Detroit, MI 313-366-4120

    Detroit Edge Tool Company is an industry-leading machine tool components manufacturer that offers CNC machining, drilling, and precision grinding. Detroit Edge Tool also manufactures linear motion components and has 135 years of experience. Industries served include machine tool, aerospace, steel mill, and automation industries.

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CNC Work

CNC work encompasses all tasks associated with and performed through the use of computer numerically controlled machinery, which allows for the fast, efficient and accurate production of precision parts. Popular in a number of industries, this work involves the programming, operation and maintenance of various CNC machines.

Specific CNC working operations include but are not limited to grinding, drilling, milling, cutting, broaching and pressing. Machinists in this field must understand the engineering necessary for product design as well as possess a keen knowledge of computer programming pertaining to each of these machining processes. CNC work should be performed by well trained professionals. Modern machine shops and mass production facilities as well as prototype machining organizations in such varied industries as aerospace, avionics, automotive, agriculture, food and chemical processing, pharmaceutical, military and defense frequently utilize CNC manufacturing in daily operation. The work performed by these facilities should comply with regulations set forth by the International Organization for Standardization. ISO 9001:2000, ISO 13485:2003, ISO 14001 and ISO/TS 16848:2002 in particular relate to and define industry specific quality standards regarding CNC machining. In addition to certification, the capabilities of a specific CNC machine shop should be considered with regards to production specifications and product requirements. Considerations include dimensions, production volume and materials.


Large and small parts produced in continual or short run operations and made of virtually any material including glass, metal, plastic, ceramic or stone can be manufactured through the use of CNC. No matter the specifications, all CNC work begins with the use of specially developed software. Computer assisted design (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM), in addition to programs such as photo imaging, allow machinists to develop the schematic and measurements of a specific part. This information is uploaded into advanced computer software that translates it into CNC code. While several computer languages may be used, G-code is universally recognized by CNC software. The raw material, usually in billet or other stock form, is then loaded into the machine. Often a lathe is used allowing the part to be turned and rotated as needed to complete machining. The computer then activates a series of commands based on the coding. This dictates the behavior of the machinery, enacting a sequential processing operation. One or more different machines may be needed, each of which should be carefully supervised by a trained CNC professional. The CNC work results in high precision identical parts produced in rapid succession, a process that would take much longer if performed manually. 


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