High precision CNC machining of stainless steel/brass/aluminum parts, CNC turning mechanical parts

Custom Turning Parts

Quality Control Standards

In order to continuously exceed customer expectations, quality control and assurance are achieved.

  • Comprehensive written procedures and policies

  • Detailed raw material intake records.

  • Root cause analysis of defective products.

  • Well-equipped inspection department.

  • Consistent calibration and labeling of inspection tools.

  • Designated areas for defective parts.

Quality Control Tools

Vernier Caliper

Minor visible tool marks and potentially sharp edges and burrs, which can be removed upon request. Surface roughness (Ra) of approx. 3.2 μm.

Micrometer Caliper

Polishing is amongst the most widely used varieties in CNC machining surface finishes. It is useful on both machined parts and mold parts. It adds high quality to the final product and also enhances the wear resistance and corrosion abilities of the material surface.

Roughness Tester

Plating finish is the finest and most exotic surface finishes in CNC machining. It includes nickel, zinc, chrome,  and tin.

A chrome finish improves corrosion resistance and durability of the part. You can also use bright chrome plating for a mirror finish, whereas dull chrome gives a matt look.

Nickel plating enhances corrosion and wear and tear resistance while providing an immaculate and attractive appearance to the material.

Thread Gauge

This type of surface finish adds value to the product and enhances its sales appeal. It is ideal for components as it does not interfere and alter their dimensions.

Black-oxide surface finish is highly durable and provides prolonged corrosion resistance to the produced component.

black oxide

Hardness Tester

it is also known as a decorative or standard anodizing process that produces a coating with up to 25 μm thickness. The primary use of anodizing type II is for parts with aesthetically pleasing and smooth surfaces.

2D Projector

This type of anodizing is also known as hardcoat anodizing. It can produce coatings with a thickness of up to 125 μm. However, a typical type III anodizing coating has a 50 μm thickness.

It produces a high-density ceramic coating, which is excellent for protection against corrosion and wear.


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