FAST CNC DELIVERY- RALLY CUSTOM CNC PARTS
Welcome to RALLY, the ultimate destination for all your custom CNC parts needs. At RALLY, we take pride in transforming your concepts into tangible reality with the help of our state-of-the-art CNC machines and exceptional craftsmanship.
Custom CNC Parts: From Prototype to Production
At RALLY, we have perfected the journey of CNC parts manufacturing, right from prototype development to full-scale production. Our commitment to quality, precision, and innovation shines through every phase of the process.
As a leading provider in the industry, we specialize in offering tailor-made CNC machining services, delivering high precision, consistent quality, and swift production. Our focus is on creating custom parts using an extensive range of materials like plastics, metals, and composites, ensuring that we cater to the unique needs of our clients across various sectors.
At RALLY, no project is too daunting or too intricate. We strive on challenges, continually breaking the mold and setting new standards in the world of CNC machining. Our expertise spans across various domains, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical devices, and more.
Prototyping is the initial stage in the production of custom CNC parts. This involves creating a single, functional model of the part to test its design and function. At RALLY, we understand the importance of prototyping in eliminating design flaws, verifying design functionality, and saving costs in the long run.
Once the prototype has been tested and approved, we move on to the pre-production stage. Here, we prepare for mass production by setting up our CNC machines according to the design specifications. We also perform a small production run to verify the setup and ensure the process's efficiency and accuracy.
In the production stage, we ramp up to full-scale manufacturing. Our state-of-the-art CNC machines are capable of producing high volumes of parts while maintaining consistency and precision. Regardless of the size of your order, we are committed to delivering high-quality custom CNC parts that meet your exact specifications.
After the production phase, we perform post-processing operations as needed, such as finishing, painting, or anodizing. This not only enhances the appearance of the custom CNC parts but can also provide additional features like increased corrosion resistance or improved surface hardness.
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Our CNC Parts Products Show
Aluminum Load Body
CMC Aluminum base
Elliptical Waveguide Connectors
Bicycle Pedal Part
CNC Bike Stem
Aluminum camer lock finger grip
Brass connector module body
Materials for CNC Parts
CNC machining can process a wide range of materials, catering to various industries and their specific applications. Here are some commonly used materials:
|2024-T3||C36000||Alloy Steel 4130||ABS|
|5052||C37800||Steel 1018||Acetal [Delrin]|
|6063-T5||C34500||SS 304||Nylon PA66/6|
|7075||C27400||SS 420||PTFE [Teflon]|
|More…||More…||More…||PC / PP|
Aluminum: Lightweight and versatile, aluminum is one of the most common materials used in CNC machining due to its excellent machinability, corrosion resistance, and good strength-to-weight ratio. It's widely used in the automotive, aerospace, and electronics industries.
- Steel: Steel is a strong and durable material that can be used for components that require high strength and durability. There are various grades of steel, including stainless steel, which offers corrosion resistance.
- Brass: Brass is easy to machine and offers good corrosion resistance. It's commonly used in applications like fittings, marine hardware, and musical instruments.
- Titanium: Known for its exceptional strength and lightness, titanium is often used in aerospace applications. It's also biocompatible, making it suitable for medical implants.
- Acrylic: Also known as Plexiglas, acrylic is a transparent plastic that's easy to machine and offers good optical properties. It's often used for signage, light fixtures, and window panes.
- Polypropylene (PP): PP is a durable, chemical-resistant, and heat-resistant plastic material. It's used in various industries, including automotive and packaging.
- Polyethylene (PE): PE is a lightweight, durable plastic used in a variety of applications from plastic bags to bulletproof vests.
- Polycarbonate (PC): PC is a strong, transparent material with good impact resistance. It's often used for electronic components, automotive components, and protective gear.
- ABS: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is a common plastic material used in CNC machining. It's durable, impact-resistant, and easy to machine, making it ideal for prototypes and end-use parts.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Custom CNC Parts
CNC machining can handle a wide range of materials. This includes various types of plastics, metals such as aluminum, steel, brass, titanium, and even composites. The choice of material depends on the part's application, its required strength, durability, and cost considerations.
The accuracy of custom CNC parts depends on the CNC machine used and the machinist's skill. However, CNC machines are typically very accurate, often working within tolerances of less than one-thousandth of an inch.
The production time for custom CNC parts can vary based on the complexity of the design, the type of material used, and the quantity required. At RALLY, we prioritize efficiency and strive to deliver parts as quickly as possible without compromising on quality.
At RALLY, we aim to accommodate all our clients' needs. Whether you need a single prototype or a large production run, we can provide the services you require.
Of course, you need to pay the sample fee, and the sample fee will be deducted from the invoice after confirming the order.
Yes, we offer comprehensive services that include design assistance. Our team of skilled engineers can help optimize your designs for the CNC machining process, ensuring the best results.
Custom CNC parts are used across a wide range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical devices, construction, and many more. The versatility and precision of CNC machining make it a preferred method for creating custom parts in many sectors.