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Tight Tolerance CNC Plastic Machining

New Technology understands that not every project takes a one-size-fits-all solution. That is why we offer CNC plastic machining for clients with close tolerances and complex shaped products.

CNC machining, also referred to as Computer Numerical Control, isn't necessarily new technology. In fact, it has been around since 1970, but since then has gone through significant technological advancements. CNC is a critical component in plastic manufacturing and when you're looking for custom plastics, CNC machining is the answer.

How CNC Machining Revolutionizes Plastic Machining

CNC is the process in which a material is removed using a CNC machine - which cuts away unwanted materials. CNC machining is used for a variety of materials, but most specifically plastic machining. Parts are machined using 3D CAD models and custom designed based on the expertise of New Technology engineers.

Why Use CNC for Plastics Machining?

When you have tight product constraints or need a tight tolerance (+/-0.005" for example), you need your parts cut from plastic with precision. Also, CNC machining provides you with a variety of advantages, including:

Custom Plastics Machining at New Technology

New Technology creates high-quality plastic machining products. We offer precision machining services using a state-of-the-art CNC equipment. Our equipment can handle a wide range of plastics - allowing us to complete multiple projects with fewer setups and costs that are more efficient for our clients.

Request a Quote for Plastic Machining Today

New Technology's plastics machining team works closely with our clients to develop and manufacture quality products. We can assess your current design during the early stages of development to make sure it is the most cost-effective solution and we will work closely with your own team of engineers to ensure the process is as efficient as possible. At New Technology, we have the expertise, equipment and resources to meet the expectations of our customers' projects.

To get an estimate for your project or to discuss your plastics machining with an engineer, contact us by dialing 888-348-4146 or fill out an online contact form today.