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What Is CNC?

CNC stands for “Computer Numerical Control”. It is a technology that uses computers to control and automate machine tools and manufacturing processes in CNC machine shop. CNC machines are used in various industries for tasks such as lathing, turning, milling, drilling, among others. The basic idea behind CNC is to input a set of instructions (often in the form of a computer-aided design or CAD file) into a computer, which then translates these instructions into precise, automated movements of the machine tool.

CEX offers a comprehensive range of services for your CNC machining products. Our expertise includes precision lathing, turning, milling, drilling, etc. All powered by state-of-the-art CNC technology. We provide tailored solutions to meet your exact specifications, ensuring exceptional accuracy and quality in every component.

Whether it’s prototyping or large-scale production, we deliver efficiency and reliability. Our skilled team and commitment to innovation enable us to tackle complex geometries and a wide variety of materials. Count on CEX for cost-effective solutions, timely delivery, and a streamlined process from initial design to the finished, high-quality CNC machining product.

About CEX CNC Machining Services

CEX invested in a comprehensive range of mechanical equipment, with over 50 sets of equipment that includes 3, 4, 5-axis machining centers, CNC lathes, milling machines, and a variety of supplementary machining tools. Furthermore, we remain committed to acquiring the latest, cutting-edge machining equipment on an ongoing basis to meet the ever-evolving demands of our customers.

At CEX, our primary objective is to provide a one-stop solution for our customers’ CNC product machining needs. We are dedicated to solving all challenges related to CNC product machining, ensuring that our customers can rely on us for comprehensive solutions.

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How to Produce High Quality CNC Machining Products?

  • Advanced Equipment
  • Skilled Operators
  • CAD/CAM Software
  • Material Selection
  • High-quality Tooling
  • Calibration
  • Setup and Fixturing
  • Program Verification
  • In-process Inspection
  • Coolant and Lubrication
  • Quality Control Check
  • Documentation
  • Employee Training
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Customer Feedback

Quality Control at CEX

All the orders, from raw materials to finished products, are inspected in strict accordance with the ISO 9001 and IATF16949 quality management system to ensure that the delivery of finished products is qualified.

Advanced Testing Equipment

  • Coordinate Measuring Machine
  • 2D Scanner
  • Calipers
  • Micrometer
  • Tensile Tester
  • Hardness Tester

Why Choose CEX As Your CNC Parts Supplier?

Have You Ever Faced Trouble When Selecting a CNC Machining Supplier?

Limited Capability: suppliers may only be able to handle certain products, struggling with large sizes or complex machining requirements.

Limited Services: some suppliers might only offer machining services and lack the capacity for additional surface treatments.

Slow Responsiveness: slow response speed can be frustrated, with issues taking several days to address.

Choose to Partner with CEX to Avoid Challenges!

CEX invested in a range of advanced CNC machining equipment, accumulated rich exporting experience over a decade. We have a dedicated procurement team that will promptly identify suitable out sourced suppliers and provide feedback to our customers in case of insufficient in-house equipment.

CEX’s mission is to provide customers with a one-stop CNC machining solution, including surface treatment and assembly services. We prioritize rapid and efficient responses to customer feedback, offering 24/7 online service. Your inquiries and concerns will be responsed within 8 hours, and solutions will be provided within 24 hours.

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CEX invested advanced 3, 4, 5-axis CNC machining centres, CMMS testing instrument, and experienced technicans to ensure the high precision CNC machining parts.
Customer will receive a traceable order schedule, every step can be tracked from material purchasing to production process to surface treatment and assembly.
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With over 25 years of experience, CEX will always recommend the most appropriate process and material for the customer's needs to minimise unnecessary machining costs.
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CEX strictly follows the ISO 9001 and IATF 16949 management system, and introduces inspection instruments to ensure the stable quality of CNC machining parts.
7*24h online service available, your questions and inquiries will be answered within 8 hours! Technical problems usually could be settled within 24 hours.
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Additional post-processing services are available, such as deburring, heat treatment, sandblasting, powder coating, anodizing, electrophoresisetc, etc.
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CEX - China Professional CNC Products Solution Provider

Specializing in CNC machining of metal/plastic/specialty materials for 25+ years, we have a team of 5 professional technicians, a 50-person production team, and a 5000m² production site. We are ready to serve your CNC machining needs!

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CEX CNC Machining Capabilities

CEX is a professional manufacturer with 25+ years of experience in rapid prototyping and production for CNC machining metal & plastic products. We are an export-oriented high-tech manufacturer specializing in production of high-end metal parts, keeping a long-term and stably strategic cooperation with a number of world-famous enterprises.

Our products are widely used in precision equipment, engineering machinery, construction machinery, power facility, agricultural machinery, livestock husbandry, aviation, rail traffic and other industries. They have been widely applied in high-end market like North American and European countries.

It is our consistent to pursue quality and make every product with high-quality materials, scientific design and exquisite process. CEX warmly welcomes you to cooperate with us and create a better future together.

Items Factory Capabilities
Maximum Part Size 3000mm*2500*1500mm
Minimum Part Size 6.5mm*6.5mm
Tolerance ± 0.005 in. (± 0.13mm)
Radii sharp inside corners on the workpiece will be radiused (rounded) naturally during CNC machining process

CNC Machining Process

CNC stands for “Computer Numerical Control”. It refers to the automated control of machining tools by means of a computer. CNC machines are used in various industries for tasks such as lathing, turning, milling, drilling, where they follow precise instructions programmed into a computer to create precise and complex parts and products.

A CNC system, which stands for “Computer Numerical Control system”, is a sophisticated technology used in manufacturing and machining processes. It consists of both hardware and software components that work together to automate the control of machines, such as milling, lathing, drilling and grinding machines.

The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining process is a highly automated method of manufacturing that involves the use of computer-controlled machines to shape, cut, or mill materials into precise and complex parts or products. The process typically follows these steps:

Design: the process begins with the creation of a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) model of the desired part or product. This digital model serves as the blueprint for the CNC machining process.

Programming: the CAD model is converted into a set of instructions known as G-codes and M-codes. These codes dictate the tool path, cutting speed, and tool changes required for producing parts. The programmer generates these codes using CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing) software.

Machine Setup: the CNC machine is prepared for operation. This involves selecting the appropriate cutting tools, securing the workpiece in place by using workholding fixtures, and loading the tool path program into the CNC control unit.

CNC Control: the CNC machine computer control unit reads and interprets the G-codes and M-codes from the program. It translates these instructions into precise movements of the cutting tools along multiple axes (e.g., X, Y, Z) and controls other machine functions.

Material Removal: cutting tools, including drills, end mills, or lathe tools, remove materials from the workpiece according to the programmed tool path. Material removal is done with high precision and repeatability to form the desired part shape.

Monitoring and Adjustments: throughout entire the machining process, sensors and feedback systems continuously monitor factors such as tool wear, cutting force, and temperature. The CNC system can be adjusted in real-time to maintain accuracy and quality.

Quality Control: operators may conduct inspections and measurements to ensure that the machined parts meet the designed specifications. This may involve the use of coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) or other quality control instruments.

Tool Changes: in some cases, the CNC machine will automatically change cutting tools to perform different machining operations as specified in the program.

Finished Product: once all machining operations are completed, a finished product can be obtained that meets the designed requirements with high accuracy and consistency.

CNC machining is widely used in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, and manufacturing, due to its ability to produce complex and custom components with exceptional accuracy and repeatability. It offers a versatile and efficient method for turning digital designs into physical objects.

Introduction to Computer Numerical Control

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is a technology used in manufacturing and machining processes to automate and control the movement and operation of machinery and tools. It relies on computerized systems to precisely control and coordinate the actions of these machines. CNC technology is essential for achieving high levels of precision, efficiency, and consistency in manufacturing. Here’s how it works:

Computer Control: a computer or controller is at the heart of a CNC system. This computer runs specialized software that processes digital design models and translates them into a series of instructions known as G-codes and M-codes.

G-codes and M-codes: G-codes are commands that dictate the movements of the machine and the path it should follow, while M-codes control auxiliary functions such as tool changes or coolant activation.

Machine Control Unit (MCU): the MCU interprets the G-codes and M-codes and translates them into electrical signals. These signals control the motors, servos, and actuators on the CNC machine, guiding its precise movements along multiple axes.

Motors and Actuators: CNC machines are equipped with motors and actuators that move the machine’s tool or workpiece in various directions (e.g., X, Y, Z axes). These mechanical components execute the instructions from the MCU.

Feedback Systems: feedback systems, such as encoders or sensors, continuously monitor the machine’s position and performance. This feedback allows the CNC system to make real-time adjustments to maintain accuracy and quality.

Operator Interface: CNC machines often have an operator interface, such as a control panel or computer screen, that allows operators to load programs, input specific parameters, and monitor machine status.

CNC technology is widely used in industries such as manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, and more. It enables the precise and consistent production of parts, components, and products based on digital designed models. CNC systems are essential in modern manufacturing for its ability to automate complex tasks with high precision and efficiency.



What Materials Can Be CNC Machined?
  • Metal (Aluminum Alloys, Brass, Stainless Steel, etc.)
  • Plastic (POM, PEEK, PTFE, Nylon, etc.)
  • Wood
  • Foam
  • Composite Material

CEX is mainly engaged in machining of metal and plastic materials.

Why Use CNC Machines?
  • Improve Production Efficiency
  • Ensure Product Accuracy and Quality
  • Eliminate Human Errors and Reduce Material Waste
  • Ensure Safe Operation
Can CNC Machines Cut Metal?

Yes, CNC machines can cut metal.

The cutting tools can include milling cutters, drills, lathes, plasma cutters, water jets, and more, depending on the specific type of CNC machine and the requirements of the job.

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