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Online CNC
machining service

On-demand CNC machining for rapid prototyping and production parts, through a network of specialized, experienced and thoroughly vetted local and global CNC machine shops.

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CNC machining service

Our CNC machining capabilities

CNC machine all types of parts, from simple “as machined” workholdings to complex geometries. Our manufacturers operate almost every kind of CNC mill and turning center, with EDM and grinders available on request. We offer tolerances down to 0.05 mm (0.0020 in) and lead times from 5 business days.

CNC milling

CNC milling service

Source custom parts from our network of specialized CNC milling manufacturers. Source custom CNC milling parts using more than 50 different metals and plastics, available in more than 15 surface finishes. Tolerances down to ±.0008"

What is CNC milling?

CNC milling uses rotational cutting tools to remove material from a workpiece to produce finished parts and products. This manufacturing process works well for many materials, including metals, polymers, wood and glass. CNC milling systems generally have 3 linear degrees of freedom: the X, Y and Z axis. This allows for top-notch precision and detailing. Hubs also offers more advanced, 5-degree systems, where the tool head and machining bed (A and B axis) can also rotate. 5-axis CNC machines can produce parts with high geometric complexity without needing multiple machine setups.

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CNC turning

CNC turning service

Source high-performing parts in more than 50 different metals and plastics via Hubs network of advanced CNC turning experts. Tight tolerances available, down to ±.0008"

What is CNC turning?

CNC turning produces parts by mounting a blank on a rotating chuck and removing material using stationary cutting tools. This technology is ideal for manufacturing parts with symmetry along their center axis. Turned parts are typically produced faster (and at a lower cost) than milled parts.

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