At Midwest Automatic Products, Inc., we know there are other companies that can meet your machining needs, which is why we go the extra mile to produce superior grade products with quick turnaround times. When it comes to CNC machining, it’s important to choose a company that has a proven track record. With over 85 years of combined experience, the Midwest team is knowledgeable in working with a variety of CNC machines.
What is CNC Machining?
CNC Machining (or Computer Numerical Controlled Machining) is a manufacturing process in which a computer program determines how parts are machined. This process enables us to produce components that are of the highest quality or with exacting tolerances, often from materials that are particularly difficult to work with.
2 EA PUMA 200, 2 Axis, 2 ½” spindle bore and bar feed
1 EA PUMA 250, 2 Axis, 3” spindle bore
1 EA PUMA 280, 2 Axis, 3” spindle bore and bar feed
1 EA Lynx 200B, 2 Axis, 2” spindle bore and bar feed
2 EA Lynx 210A, 2 Axis, 1 ¾” spindle bore
Chucking Capacity: 13” Diameter
1 EA Samsung SL2000 BSY
1 EA Brother TCS-2A High Speed Drilling & Tapping Center
1 EA Daewoo DMV 4020 Vertical Milling Center
1 EA Bridgeport Mill with digital read-out
1 EA NMV 106A Vertical Milling Center
1 EA Amada 2500 Automatic Saw – Bar cutting to 13” Diameter
1 EA Cosen C-420NC Automatic Saw – Bar cutting to 16.5″ Diameter