This process is capable of handling many types of metals. Different cutters are used based on the material in use such as solid cutters, laser cutters or even water cutters in order to provide the optimum levels of accuracy.
Steps Need To Be Taken to Protect High-Levels of Accuracy
When looking for a production machining partner, you need to consider a range of issues beginning with the application. The OEM should always partner with a vendor who is fully-qualified to work within the required component material. Be sure to consider the vendor’s equipment and level's of expertise.
For higher standards of intricacy or tighter tolerances, the OEM will need to inquire about the experience levels of the vendor for specific applications or industry-critical requirements.
To run an advanced production, quality equipment like CMM's which are used to inspect parts for dimensions are needed. Another consideration includes the vendor's ability to provide any pre or post production services like engineering assistance, assembly or packaging that may be required for your project.