RALLY excels in producing custom CNC plastic parts, tailoring precision designs to meet your specific needs while ensuring superior quality and efficient turnaround times.

Custom CNC Plastic Parts

Custom Plastic Machining Services

Welcome to RALLY – the ultimate destination for top-quality plastic machining services and tailor-made plastic parts. 

Unraveling the Art of Plastic Machining

At RALLY, we are artisans in the field of plastic machining. Our expertise lies in leveraging advanced technology and innovative methods to shape plastic to your precise requirements. Our high-precision machinery and skilled staff, with their deep-rooted understanding of plastic materials and machining techniques, make us the go-to partner for your plastic parts needs.

plastic PTFE machining services

POM CNC Machining Service

Precision-based CNC machining services for Polyoxymethylene (POM) deliver high-quality, custom components. POM's high stiffness and low friction make it perfect for precise automotive and mechanical applications.

PMMA plastic machining parts

PMMA CNC Machining Service

Using advanced CNC technology, Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) is machined into bespoke components. PMMA's exceptional transparency and high impact resistance make it ideal for a range of uses.


Nylon CNC Machining Service

Nylon CNC machining services provide custom, durable components. Benefiting from Nylon's high mechanical strength and excellent wear resistance, industries such as automotive and electronics gain superior parts.


PTFE CNC Machining Service

Specialized PTFE CNC machining ensures the delivery of custom components with high heat and chemical resistance. Ideal for demanding sectors, PTFE machining offers consistency and precision.

CNC Plastic Machining Parts Gallery

PMMA CNC Plastic machining part -Machined Parts Manufacturer

PMMA CNC Plastic machining part

PET CNC Plastic machining part

PET CNC Plastic machining part

Peek CNC Plastic machining part

Peek CNC Plastic machining part

PP CNC Plastic machining part

PP CNC Plastic machining part

White PET CNC Plastic Parts

White PET CNC Plastic Parts

POM CNC Plastic Parts

POM CNC Plastic Parts

Acetal CNC Plastic machining part

Acetal Plastic Part

HDPE Plastic CNC Part

HDPE Plastic CNC Part

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What plastic materials can be machined with CNC machines?

Acetal (Delrin) Plastic Machining Parts
PMMA -Plastic Machining Parts
Nylon (PA)

CNC machining is a highly versatile manufacturing method that can work with a wide range of plastic materials to create precision parts. Here are some of the commonly machined plastics:


ABS is a widely used thermoplastic for CNC plastic machining. It offers good impact resistance with a tensile strength of up to 46 MPa, making it ideal for automotive and electronic components.


PC is also known as polycarbonate. This strong yet lightweight material is resistant to extreme temperatures and has good optical clarity, making it suitable for various applications.


This PC material is a lightweight, flexible plastic made from polycarbonate resin and is commonly used to create cases, covers, and enclosures due to its durability and strength.


The POM material we use is well-suited for both electrical and aircraft applications. With superior abrasion resistance and high-temperature stability, it offers superior durability in challenging environments.


PMMA (Polymethyl methacrylate) is a rigid, transparent plastic often used to produce parts requiring transparency and clarity, such as glazing, lighting, and signage. It offers superior performance in wearability and UV resistance.


HDPE (High-density Polyethylene) offers excellent chemical and stress resistance, providing durability and long-term performance. We use this versatile material to produce automotive parts and consumer products.

PTFE (Teflon)

This advanced material is well-suited for applications requiring excellent temperature resistance, chemical resistance, and non-stick properties. We specialize in machining PTFE (Teflon), and you can count on us to deliver reliable and high-quality results.


PEEK (Polyether ether ketone) is an advanced engineering plastic that combines exceptional mechanical properties with high thermal resistance. It offers superior dimensional stability, a low coefficient of friction, and high tensile strength, up to 99.9 MPa.

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about plastic machining parts.

Almost any type of plastic can be used in plastic machining, including ABS, Polycarbonate, Nylon, PTFE, PVC, Polyethylene, and Acrylic, among others. The choice of plastic largely depends on the specific application and requirements.

Methods used in plastic machining can include milling, turning, drilling, sawing, routing, and more. The method chosen often depends on the required design and specifications of the part.

Quality is usually assured through rigorous inspection processes and the use of precision measurement equipment, such as CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine).

Machined plastic parts can be found in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, and consumer goods, among others.

Of course, you need to pay the sample fee, and the sample fee will be deducted from the invoice after confirming the order.

The lead time for plastic machining parts can vary widely depending on the complexity of the parts, the volume of the order, and the specific machining process used.

Yes, one of the main advantages of plastic machining is its ability to handle very complex parts designs that might be difficult or impossible to create through other methods.

You typically need to provide a detailed part drawing or 3D CAD model, material specification, quantity needed, and any special requirements or finishings.

Yes, because plastics behave differently than metals, it's important to consider factors like shrinkage, warping, and finish in the design process.

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