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CNC Turning
High Tech does Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Turning for both metal and plastics. Simple operations, such as grooving, parting, boring, reaming, or threading are handled with ease and accuracy with High Tech's advanced CNC machines. These CNC turning machines are equipped with multi-axis abilities as well as milling capabilities. With both standard and custom tooling, High Tech is also able to work with clients for advanced CNC machining needs. See below for some examples of parts that have been turned on High Tech's CNC machines.

CNC Milling
High Tech has several CNC horizontal and CNC vertical machining centers that are capable of extreme precision and fast cycle times. CNC milling is the most accurate way to handle slot and keyway cutting, planing, drilling, diesinking, rebating, routing, relief cuts, and many more types of cutting and shaping. Several of High Tech's CNC machines are capable of changing their own tooling, which dramatically improves cycle times. To see some examples of the parts High Tech has manufactured using CNC vertical and horizontal machining centers, please see the images below.

CNC Swiss Turning
CNC Swiss machines offer a higher level of accuracy and flexibility than traditional CNC turning machines. When extreme precision is needed, CNC Swiss machines are capable of maintaining extremely small tolerances on cuts, grooves, threading, and much more. Some examples of just a few of the parts turned on High Tech Swiss CNC machines can be seen below.

Wire EDM
Wire Electrical Discharge Machining, or Wire EDM, is a CNC machining process that is typically used to cut plates, make tooling, form molds, or create dies out of durable, hard metals. Often referred to as wire cutting, Wire EDM machines use electrical discharges to make cuts into metal, and is widely used in the machining industry. See below for examples of work done on High Tech's Wire EDM machine.

Laser Welding and Laser Marking
Laser welding is a highly accurate and quick way to weld a variety of metals. The advantages of laser welding include: higher precision, fast cycle times, deep weld penetration, cleaner welds, and extremely controlled heating and cooling zones. Due to the very precise nature of laser welding, it's a preferred method for smaller parts, thin metals, and welds that have complex lines.

Laser Marking is a fast and permanent way to mark a variety of metals, plastics, and composite materials with part numbers, lot numbers, business logos, personalized messages, bar codes, or with any other type of text message or simple 2D image. By choosing to mark your parts with a laser marker, you can ensure uniform quality and placement for each and every part.

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