CNC Turning Services
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During CNC turning, a piece of material is rotated on the lathe and a cutting tool is traversed along two axis of motion, transverse or longitudinal, to cut metal into a variety of shapes ranging from plain surface, taper ends, contour, and filter, to radius profiles and threaded surfaces.
United Scientific Inc’s CNC turning machines are operated by expert machinists and deliver turned parts quickly with optimum manufacturing accuracy. This allows us to efficiently produce small to large volumes of parts, cut to your exact specifications.
Our CNC turning services advantages are:
- a high level of uniform consistency
- optimum cycle times
- faster execution of larger volume orders.
Our Promise to You:
As an industry leader, we know what it takes to get the job done right – at the right price. Working from one of the largest automatic and general machining facilities in the Upper Midwest, we take great pride in delivering both top-quality parts and exceptional value for our customers. For nearly seven decades, our first and only job has been to ensure that our customers get the parts they need – along with the finest service in the industry – on time, on budget, and to their exact specifications.
United Scientific Inc has become an important supplier to leading companies including 3M, Tuff Torq Corp., Toro, Eaton and others, and has received an Outstanding Supplier award from 3M, a Supplier Certification award from Hiawatha Rubber, and a Supplier Recognition award from Par Aide.
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At United Scientific Inc, good enough is never good enough. Regardless of the type of product or service you need, or the size of your order, you have our word that the job will be completed and delivered to your exact specifications, on time and on budget. For nearly 70 years, that’s been business as usual at United Scientific Inc.