At Aztalan Engineering, we have been making high quality precision machined parts for more than thirty years, and our business continues to grow. Why? To put it simply, it’s because precision machining is the absolute best method in which to get top of the line products affordably and quickly. A wide range of industries trusts our machining services, including the medical, aerospace, defense, and energy markets. Keep reading to learn about some of the reasons why precision machined parts are the best way to go.
The best feature of parts made via precision machining is undoubtedly that they are typically error-free. First of all, machine production will always be more accurate than human production. More importantly, however, most CNC machines contain some sort of internal quality assurance detectors. The minute an error is detected during the manufacturing process, the machine will shut off to prevent making further mistakes. This saves you money on material that could have been wasted on unsatisfactory parts, as well as precious time.
Precision machined parts can be produced much faster than those by even the most skilled worker. The machines not only move faster, but also do so by simplifying the process and do in one step what workers would have to do in multiple steps. Since workers aren’t involved in the process, the whole timeline speeds up, since machines are able to work around the clock. With CNC machining, you’ll get your product in your hand as quickly as possible.
Precision and Less Waste
At Aztalan Engineering, our precise manufacturing method ensures that waste production is decreased, which means less ruined material headed to the dumpster. More so, with such a streamlined process, every last piece of material is utilized, meaning that no scraps go to waste.
A lot of CNC machines come with built in assembly features, meaning that we take care of another step for you! Without manual assembly, the time between when you place your order and when you receive your finished product are significantly reduced. You’ll be able to tackle larger, harder projects now!