Industries where safety and reliability are paramount, tolerances are narrow and precision is high, Manufyn provides all types of machining solutions for parts ranging from small, medium to large sizes. From critical medical devices to aerospace applications, Manufyn delivers all precision machining components.

Manufyn has pool of skilled resources, precision machinery, and a deep understanding of cutting tools, materials, and tolerances. The choice of machining process depends on factors like the material being machined, the required accuracy, surface finish, and the complexity of the part. CNC (Computer Numerical Control) technology is often used to automate and control machining processes, ensuring consistent and precise results.

     1. Turning:

  • Turning is used to create cylindrical shapes by rotating the workpiece while a single-point cutting tool removes material.
  • Commonly used for creating shafts, rods, and other cylindrical components.

     2. Milling:

  • Milling involves rotating a multi-point cutting tool to remove material from the surface of the workpiece.
  • There are various types of milling, including face milling, peripheral milling, and end milling, each suited for specific tasks.

     3. Drilling:

  • Drilling creates holes in a workpiece using a rotating cutting tool.
  • Different types of drills are used, such as twist drills for general holes and specialized drills for specific applications.

     4. Boring:

  • Boring enlarges an existing hole or produces precise internal cylindrical shapes using a single-point cutting tool.
  • Often used to achieve accurate dimensions and tolerances in existing holes.

     5. Grinding:

  • Grinding uses abrasive wheels to remove small amounts of material and achieve high precision and surface quality.
  • Used for finishing surfaces, sharpening tools, and creating intricate shapes.

    6. Broaching:

  • Broaching uses a toothed tool, called a broach, to remove material in a linear motion, creating complex shapes or keyways.

     7. Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM):

  • EDM uses electrical sparks to remove material from the workpiece.
  • Suitable for machining hard materials and intricate shapes.

     8. Laser Cutting:

  • Laser cutting employs a high-energy laser beam to melt, vaporize, or blow away material, creating precise shapes.

     9. Waterjet Cutting:

  • Waterjet cutting uses a high-pressure stream of water mixed with abrasive material to cut through various materials, including metals, ceramics, and composites.

     10. Ultrasonic Machining:

  • Ultrasonic machining uses high-frequency vibrations combined with abrasive slurry to remove material, often for brittle materials.

     11. Honing:

  • Honing is used to improve the surface finish and dimensional accuracy of cylindrical holes.

     12. Thread Cutting:

  • Thread cutting creates screw threads on cylindrical surfaces using taps (internal threads) or dies (external threads).












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