CNC Parts Gallery
High-precision machined parts for small and large volume runs
Looking for high-qualtiy machined parts? Our CNC (Computer Numerical Control) parts gallery features parts machined using the lastest technology to meet high-precision requirements. We offer a full line of 3, 4, and 5 axis machining centers equipped with automation to handle both small and large volume runs.
Machined parts size and complexity
See our Size and Complexity capabilities. CNC parts are machined with standard tolerances of +/-0.005”. Tighter tolerances may be specified but may affect pricing and delivery. Secondary operations such as tapping, marking, and surface treatments are available upon request for an additional charge.
Featured CNC Machined Parts Gallery
Please browse our CNC parts gallery and let us know how we can help with your CNC machining needs. You can also check out our cost-effective CNC machining services. Please contact Xcentric with questions at email@example.com.
This CNC machined part was produced using a 5 axis CNC machine. It is made of aircraft aluminum which allows the customer to reduce weight in the assembly.
This pinion was produced on a CNC lathe with multi tool capabilities to produce the through hole. This process is great for high volumes as it can be automated.
This part was made using a CNC Thread Grinder.
This is an example of a typical 3 axis application for an aluminum bracket.
This locating pin was machined using a CNC Lathe. Although it can also be made on a 3 axis vertical machine center as well.
This bushing is made using 3 axis techniques with a 5th axis to complete the small holes in the side.
This is a 5 axis stainless steel application. Although if larger volumes are required then casting may be a better option.
This is a steel application that was polished. Although Chrome plating can also be an option for higher volume.
Many brackets can be machined from solid blocks.
Gears often require EDM such as wire or conventional. However, some gears if large enough can be machined with small cutters as small as .020″
5 axis hubs like this one, require many set ups in order to machine from 6 sides.