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CNC Machining & Fabrication

Precision machining produces both large and small objects that impact our everyday lives. We build parts that are integral to our existence, all shaped and formed for their specific function. From pieces inside automobiles, surgical devices, smaller parts that hold together large structures and equipment, and even firearms require high precision machining. Every machine and object constructed needs pieces. Precision machining is involved in every industry.

What makes manufacturing of parts precision machining?

Many machines can cut or mold parts. When we talk about precision cutting, our equipment repeats the process on a detailed machined part with a variance of + or – .005 of an inch. For reference, a human hair measures approximately .0025 of an inch. Precision machining technology keeps these precise metrics during the entire run of production. Machine parts that must operate under severe stress and ultimately high-performance use such elevated specifics.

For example, ever wonder who makes all the components that work together to propel a plane or the tiny parts that go inside human bodies during surgery? These parts all go through the precision manufacturing process to eliminate the variance of errors during multiple productions. In other words, precision machining is the repeat process of making a highly complex component or detailed components with minuscule variance in precise measurements. This task is often best accomplished with computer-aided assistance and the latest technology in machining.

Iron Fabrication

IRON FORMING

Iron fabrication is a forming process involving smelting iron to create heavy iron and steel products.

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Metal Cutting

METAL CUTTING

Metal cutting uses mechanized blades to cut metals into components in the manufacturing process.

About Metal Cutting
Welding Fabrication

METAL FABRICATION

Metal fabrication is creating metal structures by cutting, bending, and assembling various raw materials.

About Metal Fabrication
Welding

WELDING MANUFACTURING

Welding joins materials using high heat to melt the base material, often metal or thermoplastics, causing a fusion bond.

About Welding Manufacturing
Surface Treatment

SURFACE TREATMENT

Parts surfacing includes primer and painting. This department completes finishing applications for many materials.

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Plasma Cutting

CNC PLASMA CUTTING

Plasma cutting uses a concentrated beam of light to cut. Laser optics & CNC technology yields exact cutting methods.

About Plasma Cutting

Let’s take a look into the precision machining process.

From concept and development to prototype and construction – Proform American Manufacturing are your precision machining specialists start to finish.

Creative consulting involves sitting down with us to discuss your project details. We listen and bring your project to life. Similarly, if you have an idea and need help putting together the exact specifications, don’t worry. We do that too. Our fabrication and engineering experts are there to help you detail your project for the best performance and longest-lasting parts for your industry.

Engineering is developing the blueprints and detailed layout of your component. Complex blueprints provide project details, including size, but not limited to, length, width, height, diameter, shape, contour, and texture. Further details may include material, fabrication process, density, movement, pressure allowance, and finishes. Whereas project elements for machining can consist of specifics such as speed, rotation, and feed rate.

A prototype is a product in its testing phase. We run multiple tests for quality assurance against our client’s needs and specifications. As well as quality assurance that meets our industry standards and protocols. Quality checks ensure the finished product meets our client’s specifications and exceeds their desired expectations. Final prototypes then go to machining for processing. 

Fabrication is manufacturing large parts starting from a raw piece of material. Often large parts that require fabrication call for onsite measurements. Proform American Manufacturing does onsite measurements as needed for larger pieces and special projects. Engineers visit the site and detail the blueprints onsite to account for location-specific details or measurements on objects too large for transportation.

Precision Swiss machining is manufacturing tiny parts. This process also starts with raw material and works with the minor most variance of allowance. We produce small pieces cut to our client’s exact measurements and part specifications. Whether it be multiple small working complex components moving together or singular pieces. Our machine shop experts use Swiss CNC machining when the part is tiny.
Reverse engineering is working from a sample product. Sometimes clients have a product they need to be recreated but do not have access to a blueprint. In this case, we redesign the piece from the sample. Our skilled engineers build out detailed blueprints from a sample machined component when no blueprint is available. Hence, working product specifications in reverse – reverse engineering.
Project timelines are based on the task details. Using the latest CNC machining technology keeps us on schedule and able to produce quickly and efficiently. The newest CNC software and machines work multiple angles and cutting processes simultaneously. Together with the latest technology, we can deliver the highest quality parts at a fraction of the time traditional machining would require.

Why choose precision machining over traditional machining?

Accuracy is the first and foremost reason the industry has moved over to computer-aided machining. As we all know, computers can operate faster and more accurately than humans. For this reason, CNC machining manufactures large numbers of parts with precise accuracy each time. Additionally, we take human error out of the equation.

Another great reason to use precision machining over traditional methods is that it takes less staffing to get the same amount of work done. Manual operators take longer to do the job and may not do the job as efficiently as a computer. One person overseeing operations can do the equivalent of multiple operators on lathes, grinders, drill press, routers, milling machines, and cutting & sharpeners. Less workforce means less overhead and, therefore, lower prices.

Industries Served

Healthcare

Aerospace

Automobile & Transportation

Industrial

Structural

Electronics

Firearms

Military & Defense

Electronics

Agriculture & Farming

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CAD and CAM Manufacturing

Successful precision machining follows exact blueprints made by Computer-Aided Design (CAD) or Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) programs. This Computer Numerical Control (CNC) technology creates 3D diagrams used in manufacturing. CNC is a manufacturing process where computers control the movement of complex machinery to grind, turn, mill, cut, and shape prototypes. We use precision machining to build machines, objects, tools, and parts. Many industries need large amounts of metal and plastic parts. Often they need multiple machined components and complex shapes. Proform American Manufacturing makes parts for all industry needs.

Machine specialists who know our job. From specification to expectation, we get the job done.

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At Proform Manufacturing, we use the best materials and machines to create a product to your specifications and exceed your expectations. Fast deadlines and reliable service. At Proform American Manufacturing, our craftsmanship is our bond. We meticulously inspect your machined component from raw material to the final cut, monitoring every step of the process.

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