CNC machining materials
CNC machining in Inconel
CNC machining produces a complete and precise part that can is necessary for many industries. Inconel is a nickel alloy that is resistant to corrosion and is high-strength.
CNC Inconel Materials
Inconel is a strong, durable, and resistant material that is great for many industries and projects.
|Applications||Aerospace industries, mechanical projects, and technical parts|
|Lead Time||20 business days|
|Wall Thickness||1 mm|
|Tolerance||+\- .127 mm|
|Max table weight||113 kg|
Inconel is a sturdy material with high strength properties and corrosion resistance. It can be a cheaper option than titanium, but may involve more design restrictions and limitations. It can also electrically conductive since it is a nickle based alloy.
Inconel CNC machining services
Try out our CNC machining services and order your parts with our inconel material. You can choose from a number of different surface finishes as well. Please contact us if you have any issues with your ordering process by emailing [email protected]. Place your next order here.
FAQ 1: Do you offer CAD design work?
We have an in-house CAD file designer available to hire starting at $50/hour. Email [email protected] for more information.
FAQ 2: What CNC processes do you offer?
We have CNC milling machines and CNC turning lathes.
FAQ 3: What types of finishes do you offer for CNC parts?
We can leave your parts as-machined, or andonize, powder coat, bead blast, or hard coat andonize them. You can specify the finish you want when placing your order.
FAQ 4: What CNC material types do you offer?
We can produce CNC parts in a number of metals or plastics. View our whole list of materials here.
FAQ 5: Do you offer rush production?
Rush production is available for CNC orders. You can specifiy rush production when placing your order.
FAQ 6: What process is CNC considered to be?
CNC is considered to be a subtractive process, since it works by cutting away at a block of material to form the desired object.
FAQ 7: What does CNC stand for?
CNC means Computer Numerical Control. This refers to the manner in which a computer is programmed with numbers to create the part.