CNC Precision Machining
CNC machining is one of the many custom manufacturing solutions offered at the Pendarvis CNC machine shop in Southern California. With over 200 combined years of experience machining, Pendarvis Manufacturing offers precision CNC machining for a variety of metals and shapes. Our CNC mills are programmed utilizing the latest in numerically controlled programming for Surfware. Surfcam, by Surfware, enables Pendarvis Manufacturing to machine parts in an extremely efficient manner.
Our CNC Mills and Lathes
If you’re looking for a quality CNC machine shop in the Southern California area, our precision CNC machining and 4 axis machining is handled in-house at our Anaheim location with the following equipment:
- Hurco VMX50 Vertical Mill with 4th Axis capability and 50” by 26” by 24” envelope
- Hurco VMX42 Vertical Mill with 4th Axis capability and 42” by 24” by 24” envelope
- Hurco VM3 Vertical Mill with an envelope of 50” by 18” by 18”
- Hurco TM10 Lathe with a 10” chuck
- Whacheon Lathe with 12” chuck
- FEMCO Durga with a 10” chuck
What is CNC Machining?
Computer Numerically Controlled or precision CNC machining was initially developed over 50 years ago by a group of machine tool builders involving machine work that needed to be completed for the U.S. Air Force. From its early inception, precision CNC machining was designed to consistently replicate and reproduce parts requiring multiple complex machining steps, eliminating the part-to-part variations of the human machinist/operator. The successful result of a CNC precision machining and 4 axis machining process relies on experienced CNC machining specialists to program the CNC procedure properly, since the entire process, once started, is automated.
CNC machining offers the following advantages:
- Highly precise production parts- extremely small tolerance variations, with the resulting components being virtually the same in all aspects.
- Low labor requirements and costs - one experienced precision machining specialist, using a CNC machine, can perform the jobs of several people. Fewer errors on the finished component mean lower cost to produce parts.
- Increased productivity - once the initial setup is done, precision CNC machining can literally continue 24 hours a day (limited only by cutter wear � if applicable � and the on-hand inventory of the raw material being used).
- Safer production - the precision machining specialist monitors the process, but is not involved in performing the machining steps of the process, leading to a safer manufacturing environment. The precision CNC operator oversees the automated process and can stop the CNC machining, if a correction is required.
Along with 4 axis machining, precision CNC machining and custom metal fabrications services, additional in-house capabilities at the Pendarvis CNC machine shop in Southern California include plumbing, hydraulic assembly, electrical wiring, glass-beading, painting, and delivery to the customers site.
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