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Elimold Precision CNC Machining Services
Elimold is a full-service CNC machined products company，Our 40,000 sq. ft. facility is a full CNC machine shop that uses cutting edge equipment and software for quickly manufacturing quality components. We offer a wide range of services from simple and advanced machining and finished products.
We are ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016, FFL approved and are committed to a high level of excellence in technology, products, and services. We believe success stems from treating employees as assets, and striving for continuous improvement. In an environment created to empower employees to learn and grow, Elimold benefits from the innovation and experience of its employees. We are constantly upgrading both our equipment and personnel training to meet the ever-changing technological demands of our industry.so we are able to offer diversified services that conform to or surpass your design requirements.
Elimold can take your ideas and turn them into reality, whether it’s multiple quantities or a single prototype component.
Many shops will turn away low quantity jobs, but at Elimold we’ve built our business around being able to handle small quantities and prototypes with our team of highly experienced toolmakers and machinists.
In addition to prototypes, Elimold can handle your small-to-medium volume production runs, whether they’re one-time needs or repeat contracts. When it comes to precision parts machining or precision machined components and assemblies, we’ve got a solution for you!
Elimold’s highly skilled machinists excel at close tolerance precision parts machining. We understand the challenges of holding “tenths” for precision machined parts.
We will work with you upfront to identify any challenges in the way and to find a solution. We maintain a temperature-controlled facility, which is critical when you’re selecting a partner for your CNC precision machining.
Elimold has experience working with a wide variety of materials including:
- Monel and other high nickel alloys
- Tool steels
- Carbon & alloy steels
- Stainless steel
- Copper-based alloys
Elimold’s highly experienced toolmakers take great pride in providing the highest quality tooling and assemblies for our customers. We separate ourselves from many other shops by being skilled at understanding and managing the complete manufacturing process, and by being flexible enough to partner with experts who provide capabilities we may not have ourselves.
In addition to our in-house toolmaking and assembly capabilities, we also offer certified welding oversight for our fabrication and welding partners to provide complete fabrications to our customers when required. Elimold is your single point of contact source for all your tooling needs!
Our CNC Machining Capabilities
CNC machining services at Elimold provides excellent turning and milling capabilities. We offer instant quotes for CNC machined parts for both small and large-scale manufacturing. To get an online quotation for a CNC machining part, simply send us a drawing with material choice and surface roughness, and we shall respond to your request immediately.
Custom CNC Milling
5 Axes Machining
Size limitations for CNC machining
|Item||Part size / dimension|
|Maximal part size||1000 mm (40in)|
|Minimal part size||2 mm (0.08 in)|
|Minimal diameter||0.3 mm (0.01 in)|
CNC orientation and form general tolerances
Unless we have agreed to other tolerances in your Quote, we will work to achieve and hold the tolerances noted below, which will vary per the primary manufacturing method you select. (eg.:Round hole 10mm, tolerance +0.01—0.03mm)
|Part Length||Orientation and Form Tolerance||Angularity Tolerance|
|0 to 12″(300 mm)||+/- 0.005″ (0.125 mm)||Angularity +/- ½ degree|
|12″ to 24″(600 mm)||+/- 0.010″ (0.250 mm)||Angularity +/- ½ degree|
|24″ – 36″(900 mm)||+/- 1/64″ (0.016″)(0.400 mm)||Angularity +/- 1 degree|
|36″ – 60″(1500 mm)||+/- 1/32″ (0.031″)||Angularity +/- 1 degree|
|Over 60″||+/- 1/16″ (0.063″)||Angularity +/- 1 degree|
Gallery of CNC Machining Parts
We make cnc machining from repid prototypes and low mini order quantity for customers from multiple industries.
Turnkey Solutions for Custom parts Manufacturing
It doesn’t matter whether you’re searching for CNC machine turning, CNC machine milling or CNC screw machining. Elimold’s value-added precision CNC machining department can provide you with a turnkey solution by producing your unique components in the best material for the application, machined to your specific requirements — and we’ll do it fast.
We know that turnaround times are critical regardless of the size of your order. We also do not impose a minimum order amount on our customers.
When an off-the-shelf component won’t do, we are unique in our ability to work with you at all stages of the design and manufacturing process. Starting from a prototype part or original drawing, we will do the research and other groundwork necessary to bring your vision to life. Our vertical manufacturing capabilities provide our team with an exceptionally high level of quality control — all with quick turnarounds and economical pricing.
Elimold Standard—Consistently Quality Control Through The Whole Production
Large component machining capabilities
Delivering Precision CNC Machining for Large Components
Elimold offers CNC machining for large components, with applications in a variety of industries. From prototype production to medium runs, our team of experts uses machinery to handle complex jobs and achieve consistently high-quality results.
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CNC Machining Materials
These materials are parts of our standard stock and can be sourced from reliable suppliers that have been thoroughly reviewed and approved by us for immediate access. In addition, we can also provide specialty materials, such as super hard alloys – just talk to our engineers to learn how we can meet your needs.
Most importantly, in order to ensure that your parts meet all regulatory requirements, we have an incoming materials inspection lab where we use sophisticated analytic testing instruments using Raman spectroscopy to confirm the exact chemical and physical properties of all raw materials. We leave nothing to chance for your peace of mind.
CNC Machining Services from Elimold
CNC machining processes are diverse and highly accurate. In addition to offering better and more consistent quality, CNC production services can create high-volume orders of complex parts at a fraction of the cost of conventional methods.
Elimold is a leading precision CNC machining supplier serving critical industries like aerospace, defense, and healthcare. Contact us today to learn more about our CNC machining capabilities.
|Bead blast + Anodized color||Anodizing creates a corrosion-resistant finish. Parts can be anodized in different colors—clear, black, red, and gold are most common—and is usually associated with aluminum. And with bead blast, the part surface is left with a smooth, matte appearance.(Note: 1.There will be a certain color difference between the actual color after anodizing and the above color board. 2.Rack marks are inherent to the anodizing process. When engineering a part that will be anodized, you’d better identify where the part will be racked. Typically, the racking location is chosen to minimize the visibility of the mark after the part is assembled.)||SStandard (As-Milled) (Ra 125μin)||The finish option with the quickest turnaround. Visible tool marks, potentially sharp edges and burrs would be removed by default. (If you need parts with sharp edges and burrs, please remark below or note on 2D drawing). Surface finish is comparable to 125 uin Ra finish.|
|Anodized||It creates a corrosion-resistant finish. Parts can be anodized in different colors—clear, black, red, and gold are most common—and is usually associated with aluminum.(Note: 1.There will be a certain color difference between the actual color after anodizing and the above color board. 2.Rack marks are inherent to the anodizing process. When engineering a part that will be anodized, you’d better identify where the part will be racked. Typically, the racking location is chosen to minimize the visibility of the mark after the part is assembled.)||Electrically conductive oxidation||It creates a corrosion-resistant finish, the film produced by conductive oxidation is only 0.01-0.15 micrometers, which is not very wear-resistant, but it can conduct electricity and resist atmospheric corrosion.(Note: 1.There will be a certain color difference between the actual color after anodizing and the above color board. 2.Rack marks are inherent to the anodizing process. When engineering a part that will be anodized, you’d better identify where the part will be racked. Typically, the racking location is chosen to minimize the visibility of the mark after the part is assembled.)|
|Black oxide||Black oxide is a conversion coating used to improve corrosion resistance and minimize light reflection.||Brushed||Brushing is a surface treatment process in which abrasive belts are used to draw traces on the surface of a material, usually for aesthetic purposes. The thickness of the abrasive belts (usually between \#80-120) affects the finish. Although suitable for a handful of metals, brushing is most commonly applied to aluminum.|
|Bead Blast||The part surface is left with a smooth, matte appearance.||Spray painting – Matt paint||Spray painting: Using spray guns with air pressure to disperse into uniform and fine droplets and apply the painting to the surface of the object. Application: generally used in the appearance of smart hardware, home appliances, and plastic parts.|
|Spray painting – High gloss paint||Spray painting: Using spray guns with air pressure to disperse into uniform and fine droplets and apply the painting to the surface of the object. Application: generally used in the appearance of smart hardware, home appliances, and plastic parts.||Powder Coat||This is a process where powdered paint is sprayed onto a part that is then baked in an oven. This creates a strong, wear- and corrosion-resistant layer that is more durable than standard painting methods. A wide variety of colors are available to create the desired aesthetic.|
|Chrome plating||Chrome plating is a technique of electroplating a thin layer of chromium onto a metal object. The after product of chrome plating is called chrome. The chromed layer can be decorative, provide corrosion resistance, ease cleaning procedures, or increase surface hardness. Sometimes, a less expensive imitator of chrome may be used for aesthetic purposes.||Galvanization||Galvanization is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron, to prevent rusting. The most common method is hot-dip galvanizing, in which the parts are submerged in a bath of molten hot zinc.|
|Nickel plating||Nickel plating is a technique of electroplating a thin layer of nickel onto a metal object. The nickel layer can be decorative, provide corrosion resistance, wear resistance, or used to build up worn or undersized parts for salvage purposes.||Silver plating||Silver plating is about the method of adding a thin layer of silver to an object.|
|Gold plating||Gold plating is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold on the surface of glass or metal, most often copper or silver.||Tin plating||Tin plating is the process of thinly coating sheets of wrought iron or steel with tin, and the resulting product is known as tinplate. The term is also widely used for the different process of coating a metal with solder before soldering.|
|Vacuum plating – High gloss paint||Vacuum plating mainly includes vacuum evaporation, sputtering and ion plating. They are all used to deposit various metal and non-metal films on the surface of plastic parts through distillation or sputtering under vacuum conditions. It can get very thin surface coating. Detail sanding would proceed for these parts in order to achieve the best surface effect after plating.Features: fast speed and good adhesion. Application: functional coatings for higher-end products, household appliances, and cosmetic packaging.||Vacuum plating – Matt paint||Vacuum plating mainly includes vacuum evaporation, sputtering and ion plating. They are all used to deposit various metal and non-metal films on the surface of plastic parts through distillation or sputtering under vacuum conditions. It can get very thin surface coating. Detail sanding would proceed for these parts in order to achieve the best surface effect after plating.Features: fast speed and good adhesion. Application: functional coatings for higher-end products, household appliances, and cosmetic packaging.|
|#1000 sanding||Sanding is the use of fine abrasive sand particles to rub the surface of the product to produce a diffuse, non-linear texture effect. Adhere different abrasive grit to the backing paper or the back of the board, and the abrasive grit can be distinguished by different granularities according to the size: the higher the particle size, the finer the abrasive grit, so the surface effect is better.||Silkscreen||Silkscreen generally refers to screen printing, which is the process of pressing ink through a stencilled mesh screen to create a printed design, graphics and text. Kindly note that silkscreens can be made only on flat surfaces. ONLY Ai and svg formats are acceptable and meanwhile mark the dimension and placement on the 2D technical drawings.|
|Laser engraving||Laser engraving is the use of laser technology to engrave text and pattern on objects. The characters engraved by this technology have no nicks, the surface of the object is smooth, and the text and pattern will not wear out. Kindly note that laser engraving can be made only on flat surfaces. ONLY Ai and svg formats are acceptable and meanwhile mark the dimension and placement on the 2D technical drawings.||Smooth machining (Ra1.6µm, 63 µin)||A finishing CNC machining operation can be applied to the part to reduce its surface roughness. The standard smoothing surface roughness (Ra) is 1.6 μm (63 μin). This can be decreased down to 0.4 μm (15.7 μin) upon request and on a case-by-case basis. Machine marks are less evident but still visible.|
|Chemical conversion coat (Chem film)||Non-chromic chemical conversion coating provides corrosion resistance and good conductivity properties. Adds very little thickness, about 0.00001”-0.00004”. Chem film will conform to MIL-DTL-5541, TYPE II. It contains no hexavalent chromium, a substance which became regulated under RoHS directive in Europe and so forth as an environmentally hazardous substance.||Electrophoresis||Electrophoresis is the motion of dispersed particles relative to a fluid under the influence of a spatially uniform electric field. The technique applies a negative charge so proteins move towards a positive charge. It is ultimately caused by the presence of a charged interface between the particle surface and the surrounding fluid.|
|Passivation||Improves corrosion resistance for 200 and 300 series and precipitation hardened corrosion-resistant steels. Thickness is negligible, about 0.0000001”. Conforms to ASTM A967, AMS-QQ-P-35, MIL-STD-171, ASTM A380, or AMS 2700.||Etching||Laser etching, also called laser engraving or laser marking, is used to create a visible mark on the surface of many substrates, including metal, plastic, stone and glass. The process involves the use of a high-heat laser to modify the surface of the substrate.Electrolytic etching has the same goal as laser etching: to create an aesthetic mark on an object. However, this type of etching can only be done on metal.The first step in chemical etching is to laminate a sheet of metal, or the substrate, with a layer of light-sensitive resist. Once the photoresist is exposed to UV light and a positive image of the product is produced, the masked sheet is exposed to an etching solution. Unmasked areas of the sheet are removed by the etchant, and the masked areas stay protected, creating a part. The photoresist is removed from the finished part, or sheet of parts.|
|Electropolished (Ra0.8µm, 32µin)||An electrochemical process cleans steel parts to reduce corrosion and improve appearance, by making the metal brighter. Removes about 0.0001”-0.0025” of the metal. Conforms to ASTM B912-02.||PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition)||Physical vapour deposition (PVD) is a process used to produce a metal vapour that can be deposited on electrically conductive materials as a thin, highly adhered pure metal or alloy coating. The process is carried out in a vacuum chamber at high vacuum (10–6 torr) using a cathodic arc source.|
|Pickling||Pickling is a metal cleaning process that uses very strong acids to clean the metal of certain types of surface conditions. These conditions include mill scale, oxides, impurities and stains. The solution of acid used when pickling is called the pickling liquor. During the process, the metal is submersed in the pickle liquor for a set amount of time and then removed.||Others||When the surface finish you need is not listed above, or you have special requirements for the surface treatment of the part, please describe it clearly below.|
|Dyeing||Dyeing is done in a special solution containing dyes and particular chemical material. Dye molecules are fixed to the fiber by absorption, diffusion, or bonding with temperature and time being key controlling factors. Usually the result of dyeing will have a certain color difference.|
CNC Machining Design Tips
Add radiuses to internal edges. Most cutting tools are cylindrical, thus achieving internal sharp edges can be tricky. It’s recommended to have internal radii of 130% of the milling tool radius.
Avoid excessively thin walls. Thin features are prone to vibrations and deformations due to heat generated from cutting. This lowers the achievable tolerances.
Specify tolerances only where needed. Adding too tight tolerances will drive up the cost. Standard tolerances according to ISO 2768-m will be applied by default.
Avoid designing unnecessary features and features that can’t be machined. The same goes for really small features, which would need to be micro-machined. Our partners have micro-machining capabilities but this is an expensive process.
Cavities should have the correct depth-to-width ratio: 4 times the width of the cavity. Deeper cavities need to be machined with larger diameter tools resulting in bigger radiuses on internal edges.
Limit thread length. 3 times the nominal thread diameter is enough as strong thread connections take place in the first few threads.
Design holes with standard sizes, as these can be machined with standard drill bits. Non-standard holes are treated as cavities and machined with an end mill tool.
CNC machining is a process used for designing machine parts that may either be prototypes or ready to be put into mass production. As one of the most popular processes for custom manufacturing, CNC machining can handle irregular geometries of intricate parts and is even used to produce mass production of parts once a prototype is approved.
We support many file formats to ensure we always meet the requirements of our clients. This includes popular formats of .stp, .sldprt, and .psm/.par. Moreover, we work with our clients to the end, so they get their desired results designed to perfection. This is the value we stand for.
At Elimold, not only do we have 3 axis and 4 axis CNC milling, but we also have 5 axis(HAAS) CNC milling services. These services provide excellent results, except when you need finer quality results. We suggest 5-axis CNC milling service instead of 3 axis or 4 axis milling service. Moreover, our CNC turning service employs a variety of tools and state-of-the-art software that ensures your desired components are created with accuracy and precision.
CNC machining has many benefits, including accuracy, precision, fast turnaround, the versatility of solutions, the ability to work with many materials, and being an overall economic solution compared to other solutions present in the market.
The following four factors determine the cost of a CNC machined part. 1) the time required for machining, 2) the type of material selected, 3) the geometry of the part to be machined, and 4) the startup cost of the project. Besides the client’s stated requirements, we try to make sure we take a course of action that leads to low cost without compromising the product quality. To determine the cost of your project, you can request a free quote.
Almost any rigid solid can be machined, including mild and stainless steel, aluminum, brass, copper, magnesium, titanium, and many engineering plastics. Check out our list of frequently used materials.
Our standard tolerances are 0.05 microns, which is suitable for most commercial and industrial applications. Consult with us if you need closer tolerances for special projects.
At Elimold, we offer CNC milling (3-axis, 3+2-axis and 5-axis) and turning. Milled parts can be machined up to 2000 x 1500 x 200 mm (78.7 x 59.0 x 7.8 in.) for 3/3+2 axis CNC milling. For 5-axis milling, the maximum part size is 650 x 650 x 300 mm (25.5 x 25.5 x 11.8 in.). The maximum diameter for CNC turning is 431mm (17 in.), length is 990 mm (39 in). The minimum part dimensions recommended are around 0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 in. (10 x 10 x 10mm). The minimum for feature dimensions is 0.5 mm.
We are limited to a 1000 mm (39 in.) maximum size for parts on our platform. You can place the request through your account manager if you need higher dimensions.
Choose Elimold As Your Preferred CNC Precision Machining Partner
The greatest compliment we received from one of our many returning customers is to hear that “We care more!” Our toolmakers and machinists take personal pride in the products they manufacture for our customers.
Elimold will go to great lengths to provide the highest quality products and top-notch customer service. We strive to ask the right questions upfront, to understand the complete manufacturing process, to anticipate problems before they happen, and to keep you informed during the entire manufacturing process.
Many job shops will walk away from operations they do not do in-house. We embrace these challenges with a proven network of partners who we work with to seamlessly deliver finished results.
Elimold Promises to Deliver:
- Strong Project Management
- Timely Communication
- Hands-On Technical Expertise from Concept to Delivery
- Single Point of Contact Management of Our Proven Network of Outside Partners to Meet Your Total Project Requirements
- Commitment to Uncovering and Eliminating Potential Problems Before They Happen
- The Highest Quality Product