End to End CNC Machining solutions
CNC Turning Services
Custiv’s CNC turning services helps you in producing intricate CNC turned components with high precision for different materials.
CNC Milling Services
Custiv’s CNC Milling Services are the perfect match for you to produce CNC machined components with high precision.
Wire EDM is an extremely high precision machining process and tolerances of up to 1 micron.
Custiv offers a complete solution for your plastic machining needs for different polymers, intricate geometries, and tight tolerance parts
Grinding is the process of using an abrasive tool to machine the parts to very precise dimensions.
80+ MACHINING FACILITIES
ONE STOP MACHINING SOLUTION
TOLERANCES UPTO 5 MICRONS
COMPETITIVE AND PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE
PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE PLATFORM
MULTIPLE FINISHING OPTIONS
Materials Options for Machining
Stainless steel alloys
Inconel & Special Alloys
Anodization (Type 2 & 3)
Custiv offers cost effective anodizing options for your machined parts.
It will give an extremely thin (less than a micron) yellowish gold coat & it ...
Passivation creates an oxide layer of negligible thickness (100 nm) and it in...
Case hardening is a heat treatment process to create a hard case with a tough...
Usually done to inculcate the desired properties into the given component.
Electroplating is the electrolytic process of depositing a thin layer of a di...
Powder coat is done by spray painting with powder and then baking in an oven.
All abrasive blasting processes including shot blasting, sandblasting and bea...
The part will be left as it is – smooth machined metal finish
CNC Machining Explained
Computer Numerical Control is an advanced manufacturing process which enables a machine to remove material from a block of metal and produce the part using various processes. CNC Machining operates on a large number of materials giving you the option of choosing a material for your specific requirement.
Contact email@example.com for help in choosing the right material for your application. CNC Machining process starts with an engineer generating the machine code from your CAD file, called the G Code, using a CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) software. This machine code contains instructions which controls the machines movement and information about the tools required to machine your specific component and process specific information like the speed of the tool and feed rate. Once the G Code is generated and tested, the code can be used to produce thousands of parts.
Get quote for your machining requirement
Upload your design to get a quick quote for manufacturing your precision machined components.