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  • Which materials can you machine, and which ones don't you work with?
    We work with metals such as aluminum, steels, stainless steels, copper, and brass. We also machine various types of plastics including Delrin, Peek, and HDPE. However, we do not machine woods, G10, carbon fiber, foam, or graphite.
  • Am I allowed to supply my own material for a project?
    As part of our workflow and quality control, we cannot accept externally supplied materials. The choice of material affects many factors such as workholding style and machining process, which are critical to the quality and efficiency of our services.
  • I have a new invention or idea. Can you help me design my product?
    While we're thrilled to be part of your creative process, we don't engage in design or engineering work. However, we're more than happy to review your drawings and CAD files to provide feedback that could help reduce machining costs.
  • What quality control procedures do you have in place?
    We employ advanced production management software coupled with state-of-the-art measurement equipment. All our processes are in strict adherence to the AS9100 standards, ensuring the utmost precision and quality in every part we produce.
  • Do you offer any finishes or post-processing services?
    Certainly. In-house, we provide Type II clear and Type III black anodizing. For finishes beyond these, we collaborate with reputable external vendors to ensure your parts meet the desired specifications.
  • What information is needed to quote a custom part?
    To provide a quote for a custom part, we primarily need a CAD file; STEP files are preferred as they are the least prone to scaling issues. Drawings specifying threaded holes, tolerances, or special features like engraving locations are also required.
  • Do you provide prototypes?
    Absolutely! We're enthusiastic about prototypes. It allows us to collaborate closely with clients to refine and perfect a design. Once the prototype meets both our quality standards and the client's specifications, we can confidently move forward with production orders.
  • What is your standard turnaround time?
    Our standard lead time for projects is approximately 4 weeks. This period allows us to ensure that your parts are made to the highest quality standards. However, the timeframe may vary depending on the complexity and volume of the order.
  • Can you accommodate rush orders?
    We strive to meet our customers' needs and will consider rush orders on a case-by-case basis. Please understand that this depends on our current workload and the availability of required materials. Contact us directly to discuss your urgent requirements.
  • Is there a minimum order quantity?
    We pride ourselves on flexibility. There's no minimum order quantity with us, whether you need just one part or thousands, we're here to serve your machining needs.
  • Can you modify my car part, such as rims or brakes?
    Unfortunately, we don't modify customer-supplied parts, including those produced by other shops. This policy is due to liability considerations and because our services are best suited to creating new parts rather than modifying existing ones.

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