Precision CNC Machining

Precision CNC Machining

Achieving tight tolerances with ultra-precision

Precision machining is a manufacturing process used to create detailed components with computer numerical control (CNC) tools. Precision machining is used to create components with small parts for applications commonly used in the aerospace and medical industries. A wide variety of materials can be used for precision machining, including brass, bronze, graphite, steel, titanium, and more. If you're looking for a CNC shop to help produce precision parts, contact Owens Industries. 

Precision machining services achieving angular tolerances of two-thousands of a degree.

Benefits of Precision Machining

Our precision machining company is supported by our experienced specialists and CNC machinists who are experts in programming, fixture design, and development. Ultra-precision requires our machinists to possess a deep understanding of a machine’s behavior – not just programming and running in accordance with a manual. CNC machinists’ familiarity with their machines gives them the ability to push the machines beyond the manufacturers’ intended design and tolerance capabilities, maximizing their performance when needed. With knowledgeable, industry-leading ultra-precision machining professionals on our team, we have been able to develop processes achieving practically impossible levels of perfection with the manipulation of temperature compensation curves and control.

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Precision Machining at Owens Industries

The sharpest, cleanest, and most precise CNC machining company in the nation. Owens Industries has the capabilities you need to get your orders cut and delivered on time and within budget. Our precision machining services are highly sought after because our CNC machinists truly understand their machine’s behaviors – not just the electronic makeup, technical controls, and power button. Our customers receive the best precision components they need with the repeatable accuracy they demand, every single time. 

Industries We Serve

Precision machining is used across a number of industries to produce components with fast manufacturing times and repeatable accuracy, including:

Precision Wire Machining

With excellent positional accuracies, precision wire cut machining offers measured cuts down to ½ a micron (0.00002”). With different wire diameters available, we can select the proper-sized wire for your product, including: 

  • .001” (.0254mm) Diameter Wire
  • .002” (.0508mm) Diameter Wire
  • .006” (.1524mm) Diameter Wire
  • .0015” (.0381mm) Diameter Wire

Although our .006” diameter wire cut machining is most commonly requested by our customers, you can still receive excellent corner radius control with our .0015” diameter wires. While it is convenient to offer .001’ wire capabilities to you and your company, we would caution it is extremely expensive and not usually necessary in 99% of orders. If you are looking for other CNC precision machining services like our rotary axial precision wire cutwork, they are available for your consideration as well.

Precision machining removes extra material to create a high tolerance product, often with complex geometric cuts, using computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools. Precision machining is often used to create objects with many small parts. A wide variety of materials can be used for precision machining, including brass, bronze, glass, graphite, plastic, steel, titanium, and more.
Precision machining is used to create products to very exact specifications, while CNC machining is a more general term used to describe any machining done or products made by CNC (computer numerical control) machines. Precision machining is a type of CNC machining used for situations where having specifications be slightly off can be a matter of life or death, such as creating products for the aerospace or medical industries.
Industries that use precision machining include aerospace, medical, alternative energy, construction, agriculture, mining, automotive, oil & gas, recreational, and more. Due to its versatility and high quality, precision machining is used in any industry where parts need to be produced to exact specifications.
Using precision machining ensures the manufacturing process is not affected by human error. Other advantages include optimal efficiency, increased speed, a lower risk factor for employees, less waste, and lower production costs. Precision machining is also a great career that will attract professionals with a high level of expertise.
CNC can provide a high degree of precision and part complexity. Tolerances typically range from 0.0002" to 0.0005" depending on the type of CNC machine and cutting head.

Precision Medical Machining

Precision is of the utmost importance when manufacturing medical devices, implants, and surgical components. There is no room for error when your products are used to improve or save a life. Owens Industries’ 5-axis, sinker EDM, wire EDM, and lathe centers, paired with an environment-controlled facility, creates the most ideal precision machining process possible. Micron tolerances, intricate details, small-batch machining, etc. – no matter how simple or complex the project demands, our CNC programmers and engineers will meet or exceed your expectations. Quality control is at the core of our machining processes, and all parts are put through highly accurate precision tests before being delivered back to our clients. Owens Industries is ISO 9001:2015 Certified.

Precision Contract Manufacturing for Surgical Instruments, Implantable Devices & All Complex Medical Components in Between

Owens Industries is a smart, reliable choice for OEMs in the medical market. If you have complex components with micron tolerances or other difficult to near impossible machining demands, Owens is the answer. Our precision CNC capabilities set us apart from other medical machining services, allowing us to machine medical-grade materials like titanium and stainless steel with peak efficiency and accuracy. We are trustworthy partners in contract manufacturing of surgical instrumentationmedical equipment (CT scanner and OR table parts); and cardiovascular, endovascular, and orthopedic implants. Engineers and manufacturers of metal products for health care, dentistry, optometry, and veterinarian services will find exactly what they’re looking for at Owens Industries. Precision medical machining is our specialty, and we have a long history and strong reputation for spearheading the CNC of innovative technology.

Components we've built using Precision Machining

Part Application Industry Material Specific Feature
Thruster Body Satellite Propulsion Satellite Component 6Al-4v Grade 5 Titanium EDM Nozzle Micro Taper Vectored Thru-Hole
Hemisphere Ink Jet Nozzle Industrial Printing AISI 316 Stainless Steel Polished 8 Micro Finish on 0.120" Diameter
Body, Column, Housing Optics Research AISI 304 Stainless Steel 2 Micron Tolerance Over 10.0" Length
Check Valve Brake Fluid Flow Control Aerospace 18-8 Stainless Steel Cond B 32 Microfinish on all Surfaces
Communication Component Pressure Regulation Oil & Gas Inconel 625 113 Min KSI Yield Acquiring Polished Finish with Turn
Equalizing Plunger Pressure Valve Oil & Gas Stellite 6B 0.0004" OD Tolerance on Cobalt Alloy Part
Hoop Constraint Shaft Control Cap Oil & Gas 4330 V Mod Steel 40-44 HRc Holding 0.0002" Tolerance for Nickel Plating
Transducer Ring Magnetic Control Ring Spindle Control Manufacturing C250 Maraging Steel Turn ID Taper within 0.0002"

Precision Machining Company: CNC Machinist Opportunities

Based out of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, Owens Industries is the best ultra-precision machining company for any CNC machinist, programmer, or operator to work with. If you are an experienced and talented individual who knows his or her way around a CNC machine shop, this may be the job opportunity you’ve been waiting for. With positions for workers who understand the complicated operations of precision CNC machines and the various industries we serve, we hire employees who go on to work alongside the most knowledgeable CNC machinists and programmers in the nation. We are primarily looking for individuals who have experience with:

Programming Softwares

  • PowerMILL
  • Delcam
  • Esprit
  • Featurecam
  • Mastercam
  • Surfcam

Machine Control Systems

  • Heidenhein
  • Fanuc
  • Okuma
  • Agietron

Whether you are looking for a CNC turning, 5-axis machinist, or milling operator job, give us a call! We look forward to meeting qualified candidates who would add value to our services and the ultra-precision machining we provide for our customers around the world.

Apply for a precision machining job with Owens Industries today!

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