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Custom Online CNC Machining Services for rapid prototyping, small-batch machining, and high-volume production using metals, plastics, and composites.

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Quick & Reliable Delivery

Redesign parts quickly and accelerate product improvement with quick-turn parts. Our autmoated design analysis will help correct any challenging machining features before your design is sent to the manufacturing floor and save you from expensive reworks further down the product development phase.

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Eliminate waiting for parts to be quoted, when you upload your 3D CAD file for an instant quote, we’ll analyze your part geometry to detect any characteristics that may be difficult to machine. Within 45 seconds you have a reliable quote.

Materials Options

We carry more than 15 types and grades of metal and plastic materials that are appropriate for serveral part functions and industries. Raw materials range from plastics like nylon, ABS, polycarbonate, acetal, and PEEK to aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, and copper.

Our Machine Shop capabilities

Jawstec Machine Shop provides a Real-time online CNC machining quote to engineers, product developers, creators, and more. We can make custom designs, simple or complex. We offer rapid prototyping, small-batch machining, and high-volume production. Upload a CAD file to the JawsTec Real-time Online Quote to get a price, lead time, and feedback on your custom CNC parts. With Milling and Lathe turning our CNC machining capabilities include services for metals, plastics, and composites. For projects outside the scope of CNC machining, view our 3D Printing Service.

CNC milling

The JawsTec Machine Shop has industrial mills like the HAAS DM-2 and HAAS EC400 to manufacture high-quality parts according to the exact specifications of your design.

CNC lathe turning

Our Machine Shop also has lathes like the HAAS SL-30 and Trak 1840 to machine parts for your large quantity orders or prototypes.

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Materials for CNC machining

Choosing the right material is a critical step for your project. We offer a wide range of materials because the correct choice is highly dependent upon the intended use of your part and its stage in the development process. Materials will vary according to cost, durability, conductivity, appearance, and many other factors. In addition to choice of materials, the surface finish will also alter the properties of parts produced in our CNC Machine Shop. Below is a list of materials we offer:



Stainless steel

Mild steel



Alloy steel

Tool steel





POM (Delrin/Acetal)




PTFE (Teflon)




PMMA (Acrylic)





Surface finishes

After your part is machined, a surface finish can be applied that will change its appearance, roughness, hardness, and chemical resistance. Outlined below is a quick look at some of the most common finishes used for parts in our Machine Shop. View our 3D Printing and Fabrication Services for more details on all the services JawsTec provides.

As machined

Parts with their surface left “as machined” have the tightest tolerances of any available surface finish, for the simple reason that nothing more is done to the surface of the part after it is manufactured. However, the surface will still have visible marks from the cutting tool. The standard surface roughness of parts left “as machined” is 3.2 μm (125 μin). This can be brought down further to 0.4 μm (16 μin) with additional operations from a finer end mill.


-Tightest dimensional tolerances

-No extra cost (standard finish)


-Noticeable tool marks


Anodizing is an electrochemical process that transforms the naturally occurring oxide surface of aluminum and titanium. It thickens into a still relatively thin, hard, non-conductive ceramic coating. It reduces corrosion and wear and has widespread industry applications. Our Machine Shop can mask critical areas as well to retain tight tolerances. Finally, different color dyes are available to create a smooth, aesthetically satisfying appearance.


-Durable, visually pleasing coating

-Can be applied to internal cavities

-Can be colored to any Pantone tone


-More brittle than powder coating

-Only compatible with aluminum and titanium

Powder coating

Powder coating is a process that electrostatically adds a dry polymer powder to the surface of a material. It is more durable than traditional liquid paint and adds an aesthetically pleasing surface. Our Machine Shop offers many different colors of powder coating.


-Robust, wear and corrosion coating for functional applications

-Higher impact resistance than anodizing

-Compatible with all metal materials


-Can’t be applied to internal surfaces

-Less dimensional control compared to anodizing

-Not appropriate for small components

Bead blasting

Bead blasting creates a uniform satin or matte texture by blasting small media at an angle onto the surface of your part. Bead blasting is used mainly for visual purposes to remove all tool marks, and the resulting surface roughness may vary. Critical sections of the part can be covered and left unblasted if a higher level of smoothness is required.


-Aesthetic pleasing matte or satin finish

-Low-cost surface finish

-Available in different stages of coarseness

Hard coat anodizing

Hard coat anodizing creates a thicker coating that is even more resistant to corrosion and abrasion than standard anodizing. This highly durable coat has low conductivity and can be used to achieve high levels of wear resistance. This is an appropriate finish for functional engineering applications. The typical thickness of a coat is 50 μm and typically, no additional color is added. In order to retain tight tolerances, critical areas can be masked.


-High wear resistance coat for top-end engineering applications

-Can be applied to internal cavities

-Good dimensional contral


-More brittle than powder coating

-Only compatible with aluminum & titanium

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