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Perth CNC Machining Services
Our industry leading CNC machinists pride themselves on their ability to produce quality parts, at a competitive price with fast turnaround times.
Our expert staff understand the entire manufacturing process and have knowledge on a wide range of machining practises to produce high quality parts with fantastic surface finishes.
Our team of engineers and manufacturing experts will contact you to discuss the scope of your project to determine the most suitable machining method for you.
Using CAD design software, our engineers will draw up your production part or prototype for use in machining.
As disclosed during the consultation, the appropriate machining method will be used to manufacture your part or product.
Depending on your project, our team can carry out post-processing activities for your parts including polishing, anodizing, painting/coating and hardening.
After components have been machined, we can dispatch them to locations outlined by you throughout the machining process.
Materials available for Machining in Perth
We specialise in processing common materials including but not limited to:
Polymers and Plastics
Stainless Steel Alloys (Duplex etc.)
Other conductive non-ferrous alloys
For machining material enquiries, please contact our friendly team.
Integrated Computer Aided Design
At PG Watson’s we use the latest CAD/CAM software to ensure accurate and reliable precision component manufacture.
We work with industry recognised CAD/CAM software to bring your designs to life.
We are able to work with all standard file formats which we will use to create a machining model and tool paths for manufacturing as well as all component engineering drawings.
What is CNC Machining?
CNC stands for computer numerical control and is a manufacturing process in which pre-programmed computer software dictates the movement of industrial tools to cut and form materials. The types of tools that use this method include mills, lathes, routers and grinders.
CNC machining is a form of subtractive manufacturing. This means the workpiece is shaped by removing materials as opposed to additive manufacturing such as injection moulding / 3d printing, where the material is formed to create parts.
How Does it Work?
CNC relies on digital instructions from computer-aided design (CAD) software such as SolidWorks. CAD drawings set a roadmap for the design, and the CNC interprets the design as instructions.
CNC machines are programmed with a CNC machining language known as G-code. G-code is essential for controlling features such as feed rate, coordination, location and speeds.
Benefits of CNC Machining:
Highly accurate & Repeatable Results
Useful for creating complex three-dimensional shapes
Produces little to no waste
Must faster lead times compared to manual machining
Types of CNC Machines
Electrical discharge machining utilises high voltage electrical arching to remove unwanted material from a workpiece made of non-conductive material.
Plasma cutting is only used on conductive materials such as mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium. Plasma cutters use a plasma torch to cut materials.
We are precision engineering specialists specialising in both manual and CNC machining practices. Our team can machine parts suitable for both short and long production runs.
We have a wide selection of modern, reliable machinery, including:
Multi-purpose machining centres
Both horizontal and vertical machining centres,
EDM wire cutter
A range of manual machines.
Our selection of machines gives us the flexibility to respond to our customer's needs quickly and efficiently.
Contact Our friendly team today for a free Quote.